- Charter College offers a variety of degree and certificate programs.
- Charter College also awards an Honors degree for Bachelor's students.
- How charter colleges might operate is unclear, since there are no formal proposals yet.
- In 1918, it was one of the eight charter colleges of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
- Charter College offers career-focused education in Business, Criminal Justice, Health Care, Information Technology, and Construction Management.
- It's difficult to find charter college in a sentence. 用charter college造句挺難的
- For-profit schools include Evergreen Team Concepts, Charter College, Lean Leadership Institute, Washington Engineering Institute and Washington Technology Institute.
- "' Charter College "'is a for-profit college founded in Washington, as well as an online campus.
- "' Grand Canyon Preparatory Academy "'is a public charter college preparatory school in Tempe, Arizona, United States.
- "At least at City University, I don't think the idea of charter colleges is in any way relevant ."
- With charter schools _ public schools managed by private entities _ firmly established and multiplying, some of their advocates are floating a new idea : charter colleges.
- Still, charter college proponents like Stephen H . Balch, president of the National Association of Scholars, would like to try the concept on some other campuses.
- While SUNY's trustees have made some progress in increasing administrative autonomy and accountability for their campuses, he said, charter colleges may help further those goals.
- In 1993, the CSU Chancellor and Trustees approved development of Cal State LA's Charter College of Education, creating the first such college of higher education in the nation.
- The example cited most often as evidence that charter colleges can work is St . Mary's College in Maryland, a small, public honors college that operates separately from the University of Maryland.
- But the idea is alarming to some administrators and professors at CUNY . Both CUNY's chancellor, Matthew Goldstein, and its chairman, Herman Badillo, rejected the idea of charter colleges for CUNY.