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United States is home to 6,500+ private and public universities and colleges offering Business Administration, Nursing, Medical Assistance, General Studies, Accounting, Criminal Justice, Law, Finance and a plethora of other courses. Most institutes have both online and on-campus programs for students looking to go back to school, and have a wide array of degree levels to offer which include: Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Doctorate Degree (for research scholarship and professional practice), Master's Degree, as well as numerous other certificate courses.

The states with the most number of colleges are: California (with 688 universities and colleges), New York (with 460 universities and colleges), North Carolina (with 180 universities and colleges), Texas (with 428 universities and colleges) and Florida (with 382 universities and colleges).


The Associate Degree is an academic degree at the undergraduate level that is awarded by institutions upon completion of a course of study that usually lasts two years.

The Bachelor’s degree is the most common degree that students pursue in the United States and across the world.

The Master’s degree is an advanced academic degree that is awarded to individuals who have undergone a course of study

The Doctor of Philosophy degree, or more commonly known as PhD, is a doctorate degree that is awarded in various fields of education.

A Diploma is a certificate issued by an educational institution that testifies the completion of a particular course of study by an individual.