University of Hartford

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The University is located in a residential area near (7km) the City of Hartford, Connecticut.
Hartford is located equidistant
(150km) from the cities of Boston
and New York.
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University of Hartford

  1. 1. Welcome!<br />
  2. 2. Beautiful Location<br />The University is located in a residential area near (7km) the City of Hartford, Connecticut. <br />Hartford is located equidistant <br />(150km) from the cities of Boston <br />and New York.<br />
  3. 3. I<br />Quick Facts<br />Location: West Hartford, CT, two hour drive from Boston to the <br /> North and New York City to the South. 7km from the <br /> city of Hartford, Connecticut.<br />Size of Campus: 300 Acres<br />Type of School: Private, Residential (85% of students living on Campus) <br />Student Population:6800 / 4700 Undergraduate Students<br />International Students:380 / 65+ countries<br />
  4. 4. Nationally & Internationally Recognized<br />Our degree programs hold the highest levels of accreditation available in the US, such as the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET) and the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business (ACSB)<br />
  5. 5. The Right Size<br />4700 Undergraduate (Bachelor Degree) <br />and 2000 Graduate (Master/Doctoral Degree) students.<br />Average class size at the University is 25 <br />students. Students come from 40 of the <br />U.S. states and 65 countries around the world.<br />
  6. 6. Rewarding Talent<br />Undergraduate students will be considered for Scholarships that range from $2000 to Full Tuition in selected programs: Music, Art, Dance, and Athletics<br />
  7. 7. Professors who understand where you are coming from<br />of the teaching faculty hold <br />the highest degree available <br />in their academic discipline<br />80%<br />of our full time faculty have <br />studied, taught or conducted <br />research in a county other <br />than the United States. <br />70%<br />
  8. 8. Leading programs<br />Architecture / through the Master’s Degree<br />Business / through the MBA<br />Engineering / through the Master’s of Engineering<br />Music / through the PhD<br />Art / through the Master’s in Fine Arts<br />Communication / through the Master’s Degree<br />
  9. 9. Barney School of Business<br />Internationally recognized & Accredited<br />Undergraduate Programs: Accounting, Economics and Finance, <br /> Entrepreneurial Studies, Insurance and Finance, <br /> Management, & Marketing<br />Graduate Programs:Master of Business Administration (MBA), Executive <br /> Master of Business Administration for Health Care <br /> Professionals (EMBA-HCP)<br /> Master of Science in Accounting and Taxation, <br /> Master of Engineering & Master of Business <br /> Administration Dual Degree<br />
  10. 10. College of Engineering, Technology & ArchitectureABET Accredited / Project based learning<br />Undergraduate Majors/Programs: <br /> Biomedical Engineering<br /> Civil Engineering<br /> Computer Engineering<br /> Electrical Engineering <br /> Mechanical Engineering<br /> Acoustics & Music <br /> Environmental Engineering<br /> Architectural Engineering Technology<br /> Audio Engineering Technology<br /> Mechanical Engineering Technology<br />Graduate Majors/Programs:<br />Electrical Engineering,<br /> Mechanical Engineering, <br /> Civil Engineering,<br /> Environmental Engineering, <br /> Master of Engineering & Master of Business Administration (Dual Degree in Engineering and Business (E2M).<br />
  11. 11. The Hartt School<br />Conservatory of Music & Theater & Dance<br />Audition required<br />Undergraduate Majors/ ProgramsMusic Performance <br /> Music Education (Instrumental or Vocal).<br /> Composition<br /> Music Theory<br /> Music History<br /> Jazz Studies<br /> Music Production and Technology<br /> Music Management<br /> Performing Arts Management<br /> Dance-Performance Emphasis & Teaching<br /> Music Theatre<br /> Actor Training<br /> Acoustics and Music (Engineering Degree)<br />Graduate Majors/ProgramsMaster of Music<br /> Master of Music Education<br /> Doctor of Musical Arts<br /> Doctor of Philosophy in Music Education<br />
  12. 12. Hartford Art School<br />Art Portfolio Required<br />Bachelor of Fine Arts Program<br /><ul><li>Ceramics
  13. 13. Graphic design
  14. 14. Illustration
  15. 15. Painting/drawing
  16. 16. Photography
  17. 17. Printmaking
  18. 18. Sculpture
  19. 19. Video</li></ul>Master of Fine Arts Programs<br /><ul><li>Painting
  20. 20. Photography
  21. 21. Printmaking
  22. 22. Sculpture</li></li></ul><li>College of Arts & Sciences<br />Undergraduate Programs<br />African American Studies Drama Politics & Government<br />Art History English Mathematics<br />Biology History Sociology <br />Chemistry International Studies<br />Cinema Judaic Studies<br />Communication Philosophy<br />Computer Science Physics <br />Criminal Justice. <br />Languages & Cultures <br />(French, German, Italian, Spanish)<br />
  23. 23. College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions<br />Teaching Degree Programs:<br /><ul><li>Early Childhood Education
  24. 24. Elementary Education
  25. 25. Elementary Education and Special Education
  26. 26. Secondary Education Teaching English & Math</li></ul>Nursing & Health Professions Programs:<br /><ul><li>Pre-Chiropractic
  27. 27. Pre-Dental
  28. 28. Pre-Medical studies
  29. 29. Pre-Optometry
  30. 30. Pre-Podiatry
  31. 31. Radiological Technology
  32. 32. Respiratory Care/Respiratory Therapy,
  33. 33. Physical Therapy BS/MS
  34. 34. Prosthetics and Orthotics B.S / M.S.P.O
  35. 35. Health Science
  36. 36. RN to BSN Completion Program</li></li></ul><li> Living on Campus<br />http://admission.hartford.edu/dorms/<br />
  37. 37. First Year Students<br />Residential Complexes<br />The rooms in these areas have phone, cable television, and high speed internet access.  The basements in each Complex have laundry facilities, study lounges, and multipurpose rooms for student use. <br />
  38. 38. First Year Students<br />Hawk Hall<br /> This residence is organized around theme communities where students live among others that share their interests in several Residential Learning Communities (RLC). These RLC’s include: Women in Science, Engineering and Technology (WISET), Wellness, Emerging Leaders, Community Service, Destinations, Environmental Awareness, Honors & Hawk Spirit. <br />
  39. 39. Second Year Students<br />Regents Park<br />Designed as a suite-style facility, each suite<br />includes a living room and snack/dining area.<br />There is wall to wall carpeting in all rooms.<br />Lounges for studying and social use as well as laundry facilities are available on the second floor.<br />
  40. 40. Third & Fourth Year Students<br />The Village Apartments<br />Grouped in clusters, each with its own<br />unique courtyard, the apartments <br />consist of one, two or three bedrooms,<br />accommodating two, four or six <br />students. Each apartment has a fully<br />equipped kitchen, a living room, and <br />one, two or three bedrooms. <br />Park River Apartments<br />Park River Apartments consists of apartment style living for 3rd or 4th year students. Each unit is complete with full size bathroom, kitchen including a refrigerator & dish washer. <br />
  41. 41. Applying to Hartford<br />
  42. 42. UNDERGRADUATE APPLICATION PROCEDURES<br />http://admission.hartford.edu/intl<br />Sure Admit Profile – Students presenting an academic record with grades of a, “B,” average or better, 85% out of 100, 3.0 out of 4.0 will be offered admission to the University.<br />==================================================================================<br />Step One: Application Form:Please complete the International student application. On line preferred<br />Step Two: Academic Transcripts: Transcripts presented in a language other than English it must be accompanied by an English translation. <br />Step Three: Proof of Financial Support:Please present a bank statement or letter indicating a balance equal to or greater than $46,372.00<br />
  43. 43. UNDERGRADUATE APPLICATION PROCEDUREShttp://admission.hartford.edu/intl<br />Step four: English Testing: <br /> TOEFL79 IBT, CBT 213, PB 550 / No Further ESL testing required<br />IELTS 6.0 Direct Admission / No Further ESL testing Required <br /> SAT: Optional Exam University average is 1100-1200 (W/out Critical Writing Score)<br />Music, Theater & Dance Applicants: A Music audition is required, Live or by video/CD<br />Fine Arts / The Hartford Art School – An art portfolio of 15 pieces of your art is required.<br />Processing Time: 10 -14 days once application becomes complete. Notification by email.<br />
  44. 44. Cost of Attendance 2011-2012<br />Undergraduate / Bachelor degree programs<br />Tuition and fees $ 30,754.00<br />Room and Meals $ 13,118.00<br />Direct Cost $ 43,872.00<br />Academic Expenses $ 2,500.00<br />*Total Required for I-20 *$ 46,372.00<br />*This figure is prior to any offer of International Grant of Talent Based Scholarship.<br />
  45. 45. GRADUATE APPLICATION PROCEDURES<br />Sure Admit Profile – Students presenting an academic record with grades of a, “B,” average or better, 85% out of 100, 3.0 out of 4.0 and the required test scores will be offered admission to the University.<br />===============================================================================<br />Step One: Application Form:Please complete the International student application. On line preferred<br />Step Two: Credential Evaluation by WES – Academic Records/Transcripts must be evaluated by WES on a course-by-course basis. <br />Step Three: Application fee: $45 application fee waived once WES evaluation received. Students applying The Hartt School are still responsible for a $35 audition fee.<br />
  46. 46. GRADUATE APPLICATION PROCEDURES<br />Step Four: English Testing (TOEFL or IELTS) For students who are not native speakers of the English Language:<br />Required Scores: TOEFL 80 IBT, 213 CBT, 550 PBT or IELTS: 6.5<br />Step Five: Proof of Financial Support:Please present a bank statement or letter indicating a balance equal to or greater than the cost of attendance for your program: <br />College of Arts & Sciences (MS & MA programs) $19,785.00<br />Barney School of Business $24,105.00<br />College of Ed. Nursing & Health Professions $20,235 - $22,215.00<br />The Hartt School (Music, Theatre and Dance) $25,145 - $30,700.00<br />The College of Engineering, Technology & Architecture $22,845 - $29,995.00<br />
  47. 47. GRADUATE APPLICATION PROCEDURES<br />Step Six Recommendations: Two recommendations from academic or professional sources. Please insure that your name and current address are clearly stated on the cover page of the letter.<br />Step Seven Letter of Intent: A one or two page typed letter describing your professional and career goals and how you expect graduate study to help you achieve these goals. <br />Step Eight Resume: Please note the length of time in your current position, the number of people you supervise(if applicable), and your current salary. This information will be used only to help profile our student body and will be kept in the strictest of confidence.<br />Processing Time: 4-5 weeks once application becomes complete. <br />
  48. 48. Thank you!<br />http://admission.hartford.edu/intl<br />

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