Oklahoma State University is the only university in the U.S. that offers a bachelor's degree in sports media. Oklahoma State also has links to universities around the world that offer courses in sports journalism. A handful of universities offer a course in sports journalism, including Penn State, Texas and Indiana.
You can obtain this information by going to www.collegeboard.com/splash/ and using the sites College MatchMaker search engine, or you can also click on the related links below which will take you directly to the site. You can research colleges and universities by name, or by programs of study, or by geographical location, size, or combinations of part or all of them etc. The site will provide you with a list of institutions based on your request. It will give you the schools background, accreditation, degree offerings, programs of study, entrance requirements, tuition and fees, room and board, athletic programs etc. and a link to each institutions official web page. Make sure the college or university has a regional accreditation (most important). Practice navigating this site. It will be well worth the time and effort.
For colleges and universities within the United States and its territories, you can obtain this information by clicking on the related links section (College Board) indicated at the bottom of this answer section and using the College Board site College MatchMaker search engine. You can research colleges and universities by name, or by programs of study, or by geographical location, size, or combinations of part or all of them. The site will provide you with a list of institutions based on your request. It will give you the schools background, accreditation,degree offerings, programs of study (majors), entrance requirements, tuition and fees, financial assistance, room and board, athletic programs, school activities, etc., and a link to each institutions official web page. Practice navigating this site. It will be well worth the time and effort.
When choosing a college or university within the United States, make sure the institution has a regional accreditation. With a regional accreditation you can be assured the coursework and degree you complete will be recognized by all other colleges and universities as well as employers. Below I have listed the six regional accrediting agencies and their geographical areas of responsibility. I am disclosing the below so you do not become a victim of educational scams, institutions that are nothing more than diploma mills, or that do not have the best accreditation, and are eager to take your money for a degree that is worthless. Make sure the institution is accredited by one of following responsible agencies.
Regional Accreditation Agencies
Â· Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools - Educational institutions in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands, as well as schools for American children in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.
Â· New England Association of Schools and Colleges - Educational institutions in the six New England states (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont).
Â· North Central Association of Colleges and Schools - Educational institutions in Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, New Mexico, South Dakota, Wisconsin, West Virginia, and Wyoming.
Â· Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities - Postsecondary institutions (colleges and universities) in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington.
Â· Western Association of Schools and Colleges - Educational institutions in California, Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa, Micronesia, Palau, and Northern Marianas Islands.
Â· Southern Association of Colleges and Schools - Educational institutions in Virginia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee and Texas.
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The university does not offer sports broadcasting specifically, but does offer communications and journalism.
That depends on what college you are talking about. Many colleges offer CNA classes on line. You can do a search for CNA classes on line to find what colleges offer this.
Colleges definitely offer risk management classes if they offer a finance or a business major. Most major universities and college have these sorts of classes.
Yes some colleges do offer classes for security. Now a lot of colleges are even offering classes for degrees in homeland security. To find out what college is best for you research the colleges and what they offer so you can get the best out of your college experience and education.
Yes, a lot of community colleges offer classes that can teach you how to get out a debt. Personal finance classes are great.
There are many colleges that offer respiratory therapist classes. Simply contact your local colleges for possible classes and enrollment schedules. You can also access most colleges websites and review such information.
Many colleges offer human resource classes. The University of Kansas, the University of Florida, the University of North Carolina, and the University of Iowa all offer human resource classes.
Community colleges do offer a full range of ESL classes; languages depend on your region and the college. Most of the classes do involve some online participation.
Most colleges now offer online classes in math. Start by going to your local community colleges website as they typically offer classes at a cheaper rate.
There are many colleges that do have very flexible classes to fit the needs of people. Some colleges even offer courses at night. I suggest you contact some of the local colleges in your area to see what classes they offer and when.
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None of them