CollegeAmerica

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CollegeAmerica
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Established 1964
Type Private, nonprofit
Location Arizona, Colorado and Wyoming, USA
Campus Main Campus, Denver, Colorado
Colors Red, White and Blue
Website CollegeAmerica

CollegeAmerica is a private college in the United States offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The college is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges.

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Campus Locations[edit]

Main and branch campuses offer a wide variety of programs and courses. CollegeAmerica has seven main and branch campus locations: Cheyenne, WY; Colorado Springs, CO; Denver, CO; Fort Collins, CO; Idaho Falls, ID; Flagstaff, AZ; and Phoenix, AZ.

Courses[edit]

CollegeAmerica offers Associates, Bachelors, and Masters degrees in a variety of programs, including healthcare, business, information technology, and graphic arts.

They offer a total of 41 degree programs: 9 Associates degrees, 25 Bachelors degrees, and 7 Masters degrees. There are a total of 15 healthcare degrees, 13 business degrees, 9 information technology degrees, and 4 graphic arts degrees.

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