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Us undergraduate dual admission school rankings and key professional recommendations

2018-03-28 19:12:04

The United States undergraduate double admission is through the "double admission", students can get the admission notice of American famous universities without language scores. After studying preparatory courses or language courses, they are successfully promoted to university to study professional courses.

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1, Syracuse University ☆ Ranked 53rd in the United States ☆ Key majors: Department of Public Affairs, Information Archival Systems, Digital Library, Educational Psychology, Department of Public Communication ☆ Syracuse University is partially connected to the College of Environmental Science and Forestry at the State University of New York. Not only do the two schools share all facilities and campuses with each other, but even some courses are open to students from both schools to choose from

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2, Miami University, Oxford ☆ ranked 66th in the United States ☆MU is praised for being able to provide a private university educational environment, has the reputation of "Public Ivy University" ☆ Key majors: Finance and Economics, Law, Textiles and Clothing, Engineering Technology, Science, Environment, Architecture, Education, Science, Tourism, Agriculture and Forestry, Humanities and Arts, Social Sciences, Biology, Sports, Journalism and Communication, Information Science, Medicine, Languages, Natural Sciences, etc.

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3, the University of Iowa ☆ Ranked 66 in the United States ☆ The United States is among the best because of its great achievements in the arts, sciences, and humanities and enjoys an international reputation. The University of Iowa consists of 11 colleges. The Business school of the University of Iowa is a key school of the school and has been named one of the top 50 business schools in the world by BusinessWeek and the Financial Times. The MBA program at the University of Iowa's Business School is ranked 29th in the world by U.S. News & World Report. Ranked by The Economist as one of the top 25 MBA programs in the United States.

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4, University of Delaware ☆ Ranked 75 in the United States in 2008 chemical industry ranked 10th ☆ Key majors: The best chemical engineering and mechanical engineering, history and education are also good, followed by social sciences, business science, education, health sciences, Engineering. The University of Delaware has full scholarships, 80% of full-time graduate students can get scholarships

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5. American University ☆ Ranked 79th in the United States ☆ Key Majors: Business Science, International Relations and Affairs, Political Science and Administration ☆ The campus of American University is only four miles away from the White House, and it is convenient for many political figures to be invited to speak at the school ☆ provides a number of scholarships

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5. American University ☆ Ranked 79th in the United States ☆ Key Majors: Business Science, International Relations and Affairs, Political Science and Administration ☆ The campus of American University is only four miles away from the White House, and it is convenient for many political figures to be invited to speak at the school ☆ provides a number of scholarships

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7. University of Denver ☆ Ranked 86th in the United States ☆ Key majors: The Department of Engineering at the University of Denver is accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET), The Daniel School of Business at the University of Denver is one of the eight oldest university business schools in the United States, and was recently selected as one of the best business schools in the world in 2004, along with Washington, D.C., Harvard, Yale, and Dartmouth. The University of Denver offers 65 subjects for students to study, with small classes, with no more than 20 students per class, and fewer graduate schools, so that professors can better understand and stimulate the potential of students.

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8. Iowa State University ranked 94 in the United States ☆ Major setting: in the field of physics and physics research in the world's leading position. The University of Iowa is also a leader among universities in translating research and technological achievements into real productivity. In recent years, the University of Iowa has carried out bold new translational research in important areas such as agricultural biotechnology, plant and animal genetic engineering, bioinformation engineering, agricultural products and market development, human nutrition, human computer functions, bioreuse and food safety.

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9. University of Tulsa ☆ Ranked 93 in the United States ☆ Major Settings: Finance and Economics, Law, Textile and Clothing, Engineering Technology, Science, Environment, Architecture, Education, Science, Tourism, Agriculture and Forestry, Humanities and Arts, Social Sciences, Biology, Sports, Journalism and Communication, Information Science, Medicine, Language, Natural Science. The best university is business science, which has 25% of students, in addition to chemical engineering and petroleum engineering are good

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10. University of Kansas ☆ Ranked 104 in the United States ☆ Key majors: Biology, Business, Psychology, English, Foreign languages, Chemistry, philosophy, Architecture and Urban design, journalism, health sciences, Pharmacy, Education and Engineering ☆ Offers a number of scholarships

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11. University of Nebraska-Lincoln ranked 104 in the United States and 65 in Civil Engineering. Key majors: Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, teacher education, Journalism, insurance, Climatology, musicology, etc. In addition, food science and technology, agriculture, animal science and business were all well received. The most popular subjects were business science (22 percent), education (17 percent), engineering (10 percent), agriculture (8 percent), and home economics (7 percent).

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12, University of Missouri-Columbia ☆ Ranked 94 in the United States ☆ Key majors: Pre-university, Law, Engineering, Environment, Computer Science, Architecture, Education, Tourism, Agriculture and Forestry, Humanities and Arts, Biology, Sports, Journalism and Communication, Medicine, Secondary School, Natural Sciences and Business, Media/Journalism ☆ Offers a number of scholarships

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13, The University of Alabama fostered ranking 79 in 2008 to an American University Biomedical/Bioengineering biological engineering 37th nurture key professional: Bioengineering, Music, Finance and Economics, Law, Textiles and Clothing, Engineering Technology, Science, Environment, Architecture, Education, Science, Tourism, Agriculture and Forestry, Humanities and Arts, Social Sciences, Biology, Sports, journalism and Communication, Information Science, Medicine, Language, Natural Science ☆ Offers a number of scholarships

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14, University of Arizona ☆ Ranked 120 in the United States ☆ Key majors: nursing, law School, Business School, astronomy, journalism ☆ provides a number of scholarship sponsorship

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15, University of Nebraska Lincoln ☆ Ranked 94 in the United States ☆ Key majors: Electrical engineering, Chemical engineering, teacher education, journalism, insurance, Climatology, Musicology ☆ provides a number of scholarship sponsorship

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16, University of Dayton ☆ Ranked 99 in the United States ☆ Key majors: Law, Textile and Clothing, Engineering Technology, Science, Environment, Accounting, Computer Science, Architecture, Education, Finance, Economics, Science, Tourism, Agriculture and Forestry, Business, Sports, Journalism and Communication, Information Science, Natural Science

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17, University of Oregon ☆ Ranked 111 in the United States ☆ Key majors: The School of Education was ranked sixth among public universities, and the Department of special education ranked fifth. In addition, environmental law programs are ranked in the top 10 in the United States. The School of Journalism and Communication is ranked in the top 25 in the United States. Writing, English, finance, international economics, historic preservation, interior design, landscape architecture, mathematics, molecular biology, neurology, psychology, sports marketing, etc. ranked first in Oregon and top 20 in the United States.

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18, University of Tennessee ☆ Ranked 104 in the United States ☆ Key majors: College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Sciences, Allied Health Sciences, School of Architecture and Design, School of Arts, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Health Sciences, School of Business, School of Communication and Information, School of Dentistry, School of Education, Health and Human Sciences, School of Engineering, School of Law, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Pharmacy, School of Social Work, School of Veterinary Medicine, School of Space Research. ☆ A number of scholarships are available

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19, Ohio University ☆ Ranked 124th in the United States ☆ School of Arts and Sciences, School of Business, School of Communication, School of Education, School of Technology and Engineering, School of Art, School of Human Health

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20, Kansas State University ☆ US ranking: 132 ☆ Leading schools: School of Architecture: ranked third in the United States, graduated from the master and obtained the national architectural designer qualification Aviation Technology College: The largest flight pilot and mechanical maintenance school in the United States, eligible to obtain the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certificate after graduation School of Engineering: Ranked 10th in the United States (U.S. News & World Report) School of Food Science and Technology: The United States leader in food technology application, teaching and training ☆ Undergraduate College Settings: College of Arts and Sciences, School of Computer Engineering, School of Mechanical Engineering, School of Economics and Science, School of Education, School of Agriculture, School of Human Ecology, School of Architecture and Design, School of Technology and Aviation (located in Salina, Kansas).

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