Since 1978, Century University has been offering occupationally related, self-paced, nonresident distance education in a wide range of disciplines, such as Business Administration, Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Food Marketing, Health Care Management and many more.
Century University strives to fulfill its mission to provide a quality higher education, which encourages an independent inquiry for individuals. Some of them wish to study in certificate courses and the others, already accomplished individuals, wish to obtain undergraduate, graduate or post graduate degrees.
CU pioneered off-campus, distance learning degree courses for working adults. Only Century University provides an ideal environment for deserving professionals to receive their due recognition and advancement. Since the late 1970's, CU has helped over twelve thousand professionals get ahead and find recognition through its distance learning degree programs.
The university's distance education programs are carefully designed to be convenient, relevant, and to build upon students' past experiences. That means the CU's dedication to a personal evaluation of the applicant's past academic accomplishments and experiences. A student progress is guided, one-on-one by a faculty advisor with a professional experience in the chosen field of study. As an expert, a faculty advisor will assist a student in developing a study plan, challenge him to learn, evaluate performance and keep on track for graduation.
Wherever applicable, study courses are work-related and individually designed to meet the needs of each participant. A student's job and workplace are a learning environment and facilitator for his program, and work goals are the course objectives: it helps Century University to understand the demands of the marketplace. CU courses meet the highest academic standards and are time tested in corporate workplaces and government agencies around the world. The proof lies with hundreds of employer tuition-paid courses and CU's thousands of successful graduates.
Academically eligible students have an opportunity to take individual course(s) in any of the offered Century University programs of study. Students will receive a full credit for the passed courses toward an appropriate degree programs.
CU's Associate Degree Programs are intended for individuals, in pursuit of a business, computer science, engineering and others careers at an entry level, which aspire to excel in their occupations. CU knows that for various reasons some candidates are unable to attend a day school for further studies and their current financial resources do not permit them to follow a Bachelor's degree program, even in a distance learning mode of delivery. Yet, they may wish to acquire a less expensive and less lengthy Associate degree in Business Administration, Computer Science, Engineering, Food Marketing, etc. CU will give them an opportunity to remain in their current employment and later enroll into a Bachelor Degree Program. CU offers Bachelor Degree in Business Administration, Food Marketing, Health Care, Occupational Safety and Health Management. It also provides Master and Doctorial Degree Programs.