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About the School:

Northern Kentucky University is a public four-year institution that is located in Highland Heights, Kentucky. It enrolls more than 16,000 students and has a campus size of 428-acres. NKU utilizes a semester-based academic calendar and offers a student-to-faculty ratio of 19:1. Its acceptance rate is 90%. On average, students who get enrolled here have an SAT score between 1020 to 1240 or an ACT score of 20 to 26.

The university offers 90 bachelor’s, 24 graduates, 2 associates, and a few doctoral degrees. The most popular bachelor’s degrees are nursing, social work, organizational leadership, and computer information technology. The cost of education in NKU is slightly higher than the national average. Tuition & fees for in-state students are approx. $10,300, and out-of-state students are charged approx. $20,400.

Online Presence:

NKU utilizes Canvas as its learning management system. It offers 30+ online academic programs that are provided at 16-weel, 7-week, and 5-week formats. To get the list of available programs, visit their online page.

Accreditation:

Northern Kentucky University has accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission.

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