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- Innovations in technology and information management are driving job growth in this fast-evolving field.
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- Graduate Certificate in Information Security
- Cisco Networks Postbaccalaureate Certificate
- Computer Forensics Postbaccalaureate Certificate
- Information Security Postbaccalaureate Certificate
- Linux System Administration Postbaccalaureate Certificate
- Microsoft Operating Systems Postbaccalaureate Certificate
- Multiplatform Software Development Postbaccalaureate Certificate
- Oracle Database Administration Postbaccalaureate Certificate
- Master of Science in Information Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
- Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology
- Information technology is integrated into all of today's workplaces. Kaplan will help you identify your skills and interests and turn them into valuable IT assets that employers are looking for. "The support that I got from teachers and advisors was tremendous. They were caring and seemed interested in what was going on."
Every Credit Counts Scholarship
Kaplan University has established the Every Credit Counts Scholarship for new students enrolling in Kaplan University’s undergraduate degree programs.
Pass the Torch Scholarship
Kaplan University has established the Pass the Torch Scholarship for new online students enrolling in Kaplan University’s bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.
Kaplan University has established the President’s Grant for new students enrolling in Kaplan University’s select undergraduate degree programs.
The funds you receive from outside scholarships could directly reduce the cost of your education. Kaplan University encourages you to seek out private sources for scholarship aid.
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- Experience learning that is both customized and flexible.
- Get personalized attention. Last year, the average class size was 22 for undergraduate courses and 17 for graduate-level courses, allowing faculty members to work individually with each student.
From a recent alumni survey, we learned that:
- 88 percent of respondents believe their educational program met their expectations.
- 85 percent would recommend Kaplan University to others.
- 86 percent reported that their education was relevant to their career goals.
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Average class size for the 2013–2014 academic year; The Year in Review: 2013–2014, Kaplan University Academic Report, winter 2015.
Nearly 13 percent of recent graduates completed the 2013–2014 Kaplan University Alumni Survey.
Students will be notified of a scholarship award upon receipt and verification of all official application materials. The scholarship cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other Kaplan University discount (including tuition rates for members of the military and veterans), voucher, grant, or scholarship. Scholarships may be combined with financial aid and outside scholarships not funded by Kaplan University. Scholarships granted shall be honored in their entirety according to the guidelines specified herein. Scholarships are limited to one per student. Please see the specific requirements noted above.
Kaplan University reserves the right to amend scholarship policies or awards, or to discontinue granting scholarships to additional students at any time.* Available only to first-time enrollees in undergraduate degree programs. Savings based on length of study, which varies by program and amount of transfer credits, if any, awarded. Scholarship applied at the end of each term, up to a maximum of 17 terms for bachelor's degree programs and 9 terms for associate’s degrees. Amount stated based on receiving the maximum scholarship per term ($500) for 17 terms. Students studying toward associate’s degrees or who receive transfer credit typically study for significantly fewer than 17 terms and do not qualify for maximum savings. Eligibility rules and other terms apply; consult an Admissions Advisor. Scholarships subject to change and/or discontinuation. Cannot be combined with other Kaplan University scholarships, discounts, or grants.