Colleges and Universities in Overland Park, KS
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Johnson County Community College
Johnson County Community College enrolls more than 20,000 credit students and approximately 15,000 continuing education students each year. The Community College provides a full range of undergraduate credit courses, as well as more than 50 one- and two-year career and certificate programs. Johnson County is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Mid America Nazarene University
Mid America Nazarene University was founded in 1966 and enrolls about 1,750 students on its 105-acre campus. Mid America offers undergraduate majors in more than 40 fields in addition to graduate programs in education, nursing and business administration.
Baker University of Professional and Graduate Studies was chartered in 1858 and offers courses in fields including business and management, conflict management and liberal arts. Baker is accredited to confer degrees in numerous fields for associates, bachelor's and master's degrees. Military Advanced Education magazine recognized Baker on its list of America's Top Military-Friendly Colleges and Universities.
National American University
National American University provides courses in several areas including accounting, nursing and health-care management and awards both undergraduate and graduate degrees. The university's business program is accredited through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education.
University of Kansas
University of Kansas Edwards Campus opened in 1993 as a satellite campus of the University of Kansas. Since that time, the Edwards campus has led more than 8,000 students to earn advanced degrees, and it continues to educate about 2,000 students each semester. The Edwards campus offers several undergraduate and graduate degree programs and degrees.
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