Metropolitan State University700 E 7th St, St Paul, United States
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About Metropolitan State University
Based in the Twin Cities of Minnesota, United States, Metropolitan State University is a public university founded in 1971. Also popularly referred to as Metro State, the institution offers a flexible and innovative curriculum designed to prepare learners for real-world experiences in their careers and communities.
Over the years, the university has earned a national reputation for high-demand programs that ultimately add clout to graduates' resumes. Their flexible schedules allow students with busy lifestyles to schedule courses appropriately and complete what they started with convenience. Their programs feature day, evening, weekend, online and combination classroom/online courses.
Metropolitan State University is fully accredited by The Higher Learning Commission based on strict set of standards and guiding values. It is also a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. Metro State has historically recorded a near 100% acceptance rate. So far, the University has helped thousands of graduates to jumpstart their careers and transform their lives.
What makes Metro State University even more distinct is its traditional format adopted in the 1990s. However, the institution has a College of Individualized Studies (CIS). The CIS gives students the freedom to customize their own individualized and/or interdisciplinary majors (commonly referred to as 'focuses') and curriculums. Individualized degrees are a preferred option for students not interested in traditional 'structured' degrees. Commitment to excellence, diversity and integrity, and creating an open, respectful and non-repressive climate where everyone can thrive makes it the best choice for students from across the globe.
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