Kaplan University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Aside from the university’s accreditation, it is as a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and was licenses by the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education. The university’s online program and online classes offer certified online degrees and online courses that are known for its reviews and rankings on how each values student-centered service. Online degrees include Master’s Degrees in Teaching, Health Care Administration, Public and Business Administration, Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Communication, Criminal Justice and Business Administration, Associate of Applied Science in Accounting, Health Information Technology, and Information Technology, Professional Certificates, Advanced Start Bachelor’s Degrees and Law Degrees.
Admissions Requirements differ on Undergraduate programs and Graduate programs. Undergraduate Programs require one being a high school graduate, a General Education Development Certificate and transcript while Graduate Programs requirements are unofficial transcript and additional documentation for basis of qualification. Tuition in the University varies per program but it is a guarantee that the college offers education at a competitive price. Those who are in need of financial assistance could apply for financial aid or scholarships which are as well available to non-US Citizens. Scholarships take into consideration certain qualification requirements which include academic record and work experience. Applying for a financial aid involves five steps. First is to get a pin which would be used to process one’s application then fill out an application for Federal Student Aid. Once the application is completed, one would receive an estimated award letter. The next thing to do is take the Loan Entrance Counseling Quiz and lastly, submit a Master Promissory Note.