Misericordia University, a reputable Catholic college in upper east Pennsylvania, was established by the Sisters of Mercy. More than 2,500 individuals saw the commitment of College Misericordia whose name signifies “Heart of Mercy”. In September of 1924, 37 students started to study here. Misericordia was established as and keeps on being, an expansive broad-based liberal arts and pre-professional studies university. The university has been co-educational since the 1970s.
Misericordia gives students a choice of 37-degree programs in three academic colleges, namely The College of Arts and Sciences, The College of Health Sciences and Education, and The College of Business. presently it has more than 2,600 students, including full-time and part-time undergraduate and graduate students. Classroom size is also carefully maintained to ensure personalized attention, the student-to-faculty ratio is approximately 11:1, allowing instructors to identify individual students’ needs and develop a partnership for academic success.
The university provides a progressive student-focused environment fostered by its 138 full-time faculty. This group of distinguished professors is dedicated to providing excellence in education. In fact, 78 percent of the school’s faculty hold a Ph.D. or other terminal degree. The university offers a BA to MA in English, which is a five-year program. Here students complete a four-year Bachelor of Arts degree in English at Misericordia and a one-year Master of Arts degree in English Language and Literature at the University of Reading in the United Kingdom. Students may pursue an MA in Children’s Literature or English, Renaissance Studies, Victorian Literature, and Culture or Modern and Contemporary Writing.
Its Guaranteed Placement Program (GPP) is an advancement program relating to a student’s education. Launched in 1999, GPP helps students entering the workforce or a graduate school after completing a bachelor’s. The university also helps with internship opportunities to students in their chosen field. The Internship Program at Misericordia University encourages student learning outside the classroom. Internships offer experience-based learning that upgrades students’ academic and career objectives.
Financial aid is additionally a significant part of the transfer process. Nearly 99% of Misericordia students get financial aid on the basis of merit and need. Along with the federal and state aid, the university considers all full-time students from other schools for academic scholarship awards.
Some of the notable graduates include Karen Boback – a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Mike Dunleavy – the Governor of Alaska and Dave Kern – a professional soccer player.
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