Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Miami Dade County Universities
The Miami Dade County is placed at the South-East of Florida, where Miami city and its next touristic zones are located. It is the most populous Florida’s county, therefore, you can find many public services such as bus lines, airports, police stations, fire rescue stations, hospitals, malls, beaches, restaurants, hotels, roads for every destiny, schools and universities, among many other services a modern and big city requires.
Regarding universities, since there is a huge local population in the Miami Dade County (not to talk about visitors from other counties, states or foreign tourists), it is expected to find a big supply of places where to get superior studies for the young people and the adults that want to improve or increase their knowledge. It is worth remembering that 245 000 is the total number of college or univers
ity student enrollment in Miami-Dade County in 2006. This is considered one of the largest number for university students in the United States. To we could mention some of them such as:
Known as UM or U Miami, is a private nonsectarian university placed in Coral Gables. It currently has around 15,000 students in 12 separated colleges. One of its main features is that “research” is a core component for every academic division, which means around u$340 million a year for sponsored research grants. Extra academic activities as sports, fraternities and a student newspaper and radio station.
It is the largest enrollment public university in South Florida, well known for its research works by the Carnegie Foundation. It was awarded with the oldest academic honor society “Phi Beta Kappa” despite the fact of being the youngest university. It currently has around 50,000 students that tend to increase because it is a good public university, and every year more students (even foreign ones) apply there. Arts and Sciences is the most popular College.
It is located in Miami Gardens, Florida. Part of the United Negro College Fund that has 39 members, and a historically Black, Baptist-related institution. It is recognized by many reputable associations, for example: The university is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS); the programs for business are accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs; The Music Department is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). Its athletic teams are known as the Lions, and are accredited by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).
It is focused as a For-Profit institution that is part of The Art Institutes (A well know corporate system with more than 40 members in America). Their courses have arts and design as their target, providing the students tools and knowledge to be able to enter work with competitive skills. It is placed in the Downtown Miami. The Southern Association of Colleges and Scholls has accredited it.
These are some samples of the universities you can find in Miami Dade, but there are more. For example, if you look for a religious teaching, you may visit the Barry University (Catholic), the St. Thomas University (Catholic), or the Talmudic University (Jewish). In addition, since there are many latinoamerican people in Miami, a spanish native student could feel more comfortable in the Carlos Albizu University which is from Puerto Rico. In this sense, the offer of universities is wide enough to fit the necessities for many students (These pictures come from these universities Fan Pages in Facebook).
Title: Miami Dade County UniversitiesAuthor: Transmiami
Description: The Miami Dade County is placed at the South-East of Florida, where Miami city and its next touristic zones are located.