Information about Bedford University
Bedford University (BU), based in the United Kingdom, was first established in 1982 as a correspondence learning center. In 1997, the center expanded to become one of the first internationally recognized distance-learning universities. Bedford University has an average annual enrollment ranging from 20,000-30,000 students and offers a diverse array of degree programs.
All BU programs are administered online and thus students from anywhere in the world can enroll in courses. Student support services at Bedford include financial aid programs and 24-hour online study support, as well as message board services for posting questions and contacting professors during set operating hours.
Bedford University Degree Programs
Associate's Degree Programs
Associate's degrees offered by BU fall into the major areas of business, science and technology. All students must have earned a high school degree or equivalent to enroll in an associate's program. A total of 66 credits are required to earn an associate's degree at BU. Most students take 1-3 years to earn the degree.
Bachelor's Degree Programs
Students enrolling in bachelor's degree programs at Bedford University should have a high school degree or at least two years work experience. Majors offered at the bachelor's level include biochemistry, business administration, criminal justice, education, exercise, fine arts, management information systems, marketing, communication, nursing and philosophy. Students typically complete the required 132 credits in 2-4 years.
Master's Degree Programs
Master's degree programs available from BU are in subjects such as economics, business administration, engineering, computer engineering, human resource management and finance. Students entering any of these master's programs must have earned a bachelor's degree or equivalent and have 2-5 years work experience. Master's programs consist of 66-99 credits, depending on the subject. Most students complete their program within 1-4 years.
Students entering a doctoral program at BU are required to have a 3.5 undergraduate grade point average and hold a master's degree. The doctoral program is for working professionals who want to further their careers in subject areas such as aerospace engineering, applied linguistics, applied mathematics, business and organizational security management or computer network engineering, to name a few.
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