Sullivan University, Kentucky’s largest private university, is designed to provide an affordable quality college education that’s adaptable to any timeline. According to Sullivan University’s mission statement, the school offers “career focused curricula â€¦ to promote development of critical thinking, effective verbal and written communication, computer literacy, and teamwork, as well as an appreciation for lifelong learning, cultural diversity and the expression of professionalism in all activities.”
Sullivan provides a stair-step curricular progression through every level of certification. Contrary to traditional college coursework organization, Sullivan University schedules general education during the final months of the degree program. Through four locations â€“ Louisville, Lexington, Fort Knox, and online â€“ Sullivan University offers 21 certificate programs, 16 diploma programs, 21 Associate of Science degrees, and 14 Bachelor of Science degrees. Certificate programs include conflict management, healthcare, human resource management, IT management, sales management, justice and public safety, and sales management. Diploma programs include administrative accounting, information technology, medical administrative assistant, marketing management, and tourism specialist. Bachelor of Science degrees are available in accounting, finance, information technology, nursing, and paralegal studies.
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools has accredited Sullivan University since January 1979. The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education has accredited Sullivan University since June 2011.
Sullivan University requires applicants to participate in an interview with the Sullivan University Admissions Office, and submit a minimum ACT score of 17 or a minimum SAT score of 1365. Applicants must also submit a high school diploma or its equivalent, and a complete application for admission with an application fee. Sullivan University graduate admissions requires a baccalaureate degree and transcripts with a grade point average of at least 2.5 from an accredited institution, and a graduate school application and enrollment fee.