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Top Ranked Schools 2010 - Best Colleges

US News and World Report recently published their annual -- and annually contentious -- rankings of the top colleges and universities in the country.
The usual suspects were present on the list of top universities: Harvard, Princeton, and Yale (in that order); as well at the liberal arts schools: Williams, Amherst, and Swarthmore (in that… | Read More

Best Rated Colleges 2010 - Highest Rankings

US News and World Report's annual college ranking survey breaks schools into several academic divisions - National Schools, which are schools with doctoral and research programs, medical schools, and law schools; schools that offer up to a masters' degree; and schools that offer only baccalaureates. To further complicate things, a couple of these… | Read More

Top 10 Ranked Interior Design Schools - Best Colleges

Some fine arts academies have interior design schools, and conversely some design schools also are among the top fine art institutes. US News and World Report's annual college rankings recognizes four institutions as outstanding choices for an interior design degree.
Pratt Institute in New York offers Bachelors in Fine Arts (BFA) for interior design. Rhode… | Read More

Best Value Public Colleges 2010

Investment publication Kiplinger's puts out an annual list of the best value among public universities. The definition of value for this and other ranking systems incorporates the school's overall academic ranking, cost for both in-state and out of state students, availability of financial aid, average debt at graduation, and acceptance rate. Value doesn't… | Read More

Top 10 Ranked Art & Design Schools

1.Rhode Island School of Design is well known for its interior architecture, sculpting, painting and seventeen other undergraduate degrees.
2.Yale University's School of Art offers an undergraduate degree that goes into fine arts in depth, preparing the student for graduate work in a specialty.
3.The Art Institute of Chicago is housed in one of the… | Read More

Top University Rankings 2010 - Public + Private

US News and World Report's annual college and university rankings slices and dices the nation's schools into a number of categories. The top ten "national" universities, which are schools with substantial masters' degrees and doctoral programs, include the legendary colleges like Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Duke - wealthy, established schools best along with a… | Read More

Top 10 Culinary Schools, Colleges & Universities in US

The top ten culinary schools in the U.S. according to credible listing sources:
Institute of Culinary Education, NYC: founded in 1975, the school's career division offers an intensive culinary education geared for adults at least 20 years old.
Texas Culinary Academy: fifteen years' experience and over 73,000 square feet in their teaching facility.
California… | Read More

Top University Rankings 2010

US News and World Report's annual college and university rankings slices and dices the nation's schools into a number of categories. The top ten "national" universities, which are schools with substantial masters' degrees and doctoral programs, include the legendary colleges like Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Duke - wealthy, established schools best along with a… | Read More

Best Undergraduate Business Schools in US 2010

The US News and World Report's annual ranking of higher education institutions is the longest established, most thorough and arguably the most respected survey of higher education institutions. The top ten undergraduate business schools in this year's rankings include eleven institutions, due to a tie. Those schools are:
University of Pennsylvania MIT University of… | Read More

Nationally Accredited Online Colleges and Universities

There are dozens of accrediting bodies for schools of higher learning. These institutions, in turn, are accredited by one or both of two organizations that provide oversight for the accrediting process: the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
Both organizations recognize the Distance Education and Training Council… | Read More

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