Apollos University

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Apollos University
Apollos University Logo.png
Motto The Gateway to Your Future
Type Private, For-profit college
Established 2004
President Dr. Paul Eidson
Location Huntington Beach, California, United States
33°42′54″N 117°59′22″W / 33.71500°N 117.98944°W / 33.71500; -117.98944Coordinates: 33°42′54″N 117°59′22″W / 33.71500°N 117.98944°W / 33.71500; -117.98944
Website www.apollos.edu

Apollos University, headquartered in Huntington Beach, California is an American privately owned distance education university. The university offers accredited [1] Doctoral degree, Master's degree, Bachelor's degree and Associate's degree programs in Business Administration and Management.[2][3]

The university was originally founded in August 2004 as a non-profit university. However, it closed the non-profit corporation and reopened as a for-profit corporation in May, 2005.[4] The new corporation was named Apollos University of California with a “doing business as” name of Apollos University.

Apollos University received its approval from the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education [5] (BPPVE) in July 2005 and enrolled its first student in September 2005. The University held its first graduation ceremony in July 2007.[6]

Apollos University (AU) is an accredited member of the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC).[7] The U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) recognizes the DETC as a National Institutional Accreditation Agency.[8][9]

Apollos University has a global staff and faculty. The university has students located in four different continents: North America, Africa, Asia and Europe.[10]

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