King's College (Charlotte, North Carolina)
|President||Ms. Diane Ryon|
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King's College was a for-profit college in Charlotte, North Carolina. Founded in 1901, over half of students came from the Charlotte area. There was also on-campus housing for students. King's College awarded both diplomas and Associate's degrees.
The college closed in December 2018 due to low enrollment.
Student body, admissions, and outcomes
According to Peterson's and recent institutional publications, King's College had 1,024 applicants, of which 801 or 78% were admitted, producing an undergraduate population of 501. According to College Navigator, the most recent graduation/transfer out rate is 79%.
King's College provided career-focused courses to high school graduates. King's College's programs offered hands-on learning opportunities that prepare graduates to start working immediately. Some programs offered externships as well. Students could earn a diploma in 8–12 months. Associate degree programs could be completed in 16 months.
King's College offered ten major areas of study in three categories: Business, Technology, and Health care.
King's College was previously accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award diplomas and associate degrees. The Medical Assisting Program was accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP).
- ^ About King's College
- ^ Helms, Ann Doss. "Another for-profit college in Charlotte is closing. Here's why". WBTV. Retrieved 8 June 2018.
- ^ Peterson's
- ^ Programs
- ^ ACICS-accredited schools list[permanent dead link]
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