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The internet has revolutionized many parts of our economy. You can shop, meet people online and, now, you can take college courses for credit. Five schools are influencing "distance learning" like no others before them. Let's take a look at online education providers asoffered by these leading schools.

The University of Phoenix was among the first accredited universities to provide college degree programs via the internet. Founded in 1976, the university began to offer internet degree programs in 1989. The program has grown to where 150,000 students are in the process of pursuing degrees on the Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral level at any given time. Programs in Technology, Business, Education, Nursing, and Management are offered and The University of Phoenix has now become the largest private university in the US.

DeVry University offers business and technology degrees on the undergraduate and graduate level. In addition, the school offers graduate level certificate programs. Headquartered in Illinois, the school allows students to work on their degree while online, at a local campus, or both. Indeed, campuses can now be found in 21 states as well as in Alberta, Canada.

Westwood College traces its roots to Denver, Colorado where it was founded in 1953 as the Denver Institute of Technology. Fifteen campuses in California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, and Texas comprise the physical campus with the internet opening up the school to students around the world. Westwood offers programs in Aviation, Business, Criminal Justice, Design, Technology, Health Sciences, and Industrial Sciences.

Kaplan University is a wholly owned company of The Washington Post Company, a publisher of one the nation's leading newspapers, The Washington Post. Kaplan's offerings include degrees in Arts and Science, Business, Criminal Justice, Education, Technology and Design, Nursing and Health Care, Paralegal Studies, and Financial Planning. The school offers students degrees on the Associates, Bachelors, and Masters levels as well as certificates for certain programs.

Founded in Naples, Florida in 1970 by a couple who wanted to offer a way for working adults to pursue doctoral degrees, Walden University has evolved into a large, online university offering students degrees on the Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral level. Now headquartered in Minneapolis, the university features five distinct schools: School of Education, School of Management, School of Health and Human Services, School of Psychology, and the NTU School of Engineering and Applied Science.

Online education is not for everyone and that is why the first three universities give to their students the option to study on campus, while the last two are strictly internet based. However, all five schools offer to students something that traditional programs do not have: the opportunity to pursue a degree at a pace the student determines and at a place [your computer] that is appealing to many. Unquestionably, online education has arrived as a viable alternative for degree-seeking students around the world.

A liberal art college located in Huntington, Indiana in United States; Huntington University is a Christian university committed to develop the whole person as well as assisting students to appreciate multiple areas of human knowledge from the Christian perspective. Conviction of the university is that all truth is God's truth.

Brief History

With a strong history as well as ongoing relationship with the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, one of the evangelical denominations that has it's headquarter in Huntington Indiana, the university has been under strong Christian spiritual influence since its inception. Formerly known as the Central College and also as the Huntington College, the institution earned the status of university in the year 2005.


Programs Offered

Approximately 70 academic concentrations are covered by the associate, bachelor's and master's degrees offered by the university. Principally an undergraduate institution, the university is now offering all higher programs as well with introduction of master's degree in counseling, education, and ministry. However in 2008, the master's degree in counseling ministry was replaced with a new counseling program.

Special Programs

Master of Education degree is offered for the teachers. Concentrations are M.Ed in Elementary Curriculum and Instructions, in Elementary Reading, in Early Adolescent Education, and Young Adult Education. Some other special discipline is the pastoral leadership diploma program and the continuing education for the pastors. Combination of on campus and distance education courses resulted in Youth Ministry Leadership programs for which online degree is also available. However the stand out program is the accelerated degree program for adult students.


Sufficient prominence is given to athletic programs. Both women and men students are involved in multiple competitive games like baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis, and track and field, basketball, cross country, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field, and volleyball.


Specific norms for admission to graduate and undergraduate courses can be seen on the website of the university. Transfer students are not overlooked. In addition the university also offers excel programs for adults facilitating their admission in the university.

Financial Aids

While the regular Federal and State Grants, loans, and scholarships including institutional financial aids are available for the students in Huntington University, a couple of special scholarships are awarded also. Special scholarships include those for the Youth for Christ and the Young Life student's leaders. One could check out the details of Horizon leadership program offered by the university on their website.

For over 200 years, Jesuit colleges and universities around the United States have been teaching their students the Jesuit Vision of Education- an extraordinary call to human excellence- implementing a rigorous academic structure to challenge and develop every human quality. Each individual trait and talent is taught to be the absolute best it can be. Jesuit philosophy also implies that students learn how to be critical, examine attitudes, challenge assumptions and analyze motives, for this is the key to be able to

make heart-felt, faith-filled decisions throughout all aspects of a student’s life.

The abundant history of the Jesuits dates back to 1540, when Saint Ignatius of Loyola founded the Society of Jesus, referring to its members as “Jesuits”. With the highest level of excellence in morals as their primary focus, the Jesuits believed the best possible method of achieving this was through excellence in education. Therefore, the fundamentals of a Jesuit education are: “To produce students who can contribute intelligently and effectively to the welfare of society because they are competent and virtuous.”

Jesuits were among the first explorers and settlers of Louisiana at the very beginning of the eighteenth century, establishing their headquarters in New Orleans. In fact, the location of their headquarters for the mission was a plantation which is now the central business district of New Orleans, one of the most culturally diverse cities in the U.S. This area of the country is filled to the brim with Jesuit history, as well as one of the cultural and social centers in the south.

The Jesuits have managed to keep the two traits of excellence in morals and in education together with the founding of 28 colleges and universities which are currently teaching over 200,000 students in the United States alone. In fact, over 100 Jesuit universities worldwide have graduated over 1,000,000 students.

Choosing to attend a college is not a decision that should be made in haste. One must be prepared to carry the four basic principles of a quality education with you throughout your college career: Caring for the individual; giving one’s best in each and every effort; finding the role of faith in the world; fostering service to others. Knowledge should not be viewed as an end point, but rather valued as a gateway to wisdom.

Hubert L. Naimer founded Universal Avionics in 1981. Hubert L. Naimer had the vision of helping pilots guide them through their phases of flight and avoid collision between aircraft. Since 1976, Naimer had the vision of building cockpit displays and panel displays. In 1982, Hubert Naimer introduced the first Flight Management System to the corporate aircraft market. Ever since the introduction, Universal Avionics has made an impact on the aircraft market. Today they are headquartered in Tucson, Arizona in a 65,000 sq. ft. state of the art manufacturing facility. They also have customer support facilities located in Wichita, Kansas USA and Basel, Switzerland. The current CEO and president is Joachim L. Naimer, the Chief Operating Officer is Paul DeHerra, and the chief financial officer is Michael Delgado. At their headquarters, Universal Avionics focuses on market opportunities, regulatory issues, customer service, and manufacturing techniques. The company has 20 employees that all tenure over 20 years. Universal Avionics takes pride in being the first to introducing the world's very first "FMS", the UNS-1 in 1982. Universal Avionics provides products for business aircraft, advanced avionics equipment for special missions, advanced solutions for government/military, for airlines, and equipment for helicopters.

About Universal Avionics Aircraft Parts and Its Product Range:

Universal Avionics' product line consists of the following: flight management systems, integrated flat panel instrument displays, cockpit voice and flight data recorders, radio control units, cockpit-to-ground communications data link systems, synthetic vision system, terrain awareness and warning system, and electronic flight bags. The WAAS/SBAS is certified in over 50 aircraft types and the Vision-1 is certified on over 20 aircraft types. Over the course of the company, Universal Avionics has been able to provide 20,000 UNS systems and over 9,500 aircraft in over 150 different aircraft types in over 115 countries around the world. The WAAS/SBAS- flight management systems are all fully equipped to take advantage of the WAAS and EGNOS satellite systems that meet the requirements for PRNAV. Some advantages of the WAAS/SBAS-FMS family are: they provide navigation accuracy within.01nm with 99.999% availability when in the WAAS coverage are, enhanced integrity and accuracy monitoring removes the RAIM prediction requirement, they allow you to plan GPS approaches to your flight plan destination as well as an alternate, and etc. The WAAS flight management system line includes the following products: UNS-1LW, UNS-1FW, UNS-1EW, LP/LPV monitor, multi-missions management system, airdrop module, and FlexPerf. The integrated display product line consists of the following: EFI-890R, EFI-890H, EFI-640, and MFC-640.

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The situational awareness product line consists of the following: Vission-1 synthetic vision, TAWS, ASU, and UCDT III. These products are only intended for situational awareness and reference use only. Universal Avionics also carries the following accessories; solid-state data transfer unit that is used for data upload and download equipment for aircraft interfacing with other line replaceable units; air data converter unit that is used to convert analog air data inputs of altitude, SAT and TAS to an ARINC 429 digital format, radio tuning unit, and flight management system trainer.