A: Caroline University offers programs at our campus. And some programs are offered through online format.
A: Yes. Caroline University is currently accredited by the national accreditation agency, TRACS, that is recognized by both USDOE and
CHEA. Therefore, once you complete your program at Caroline, your degree is validated and recognized by the university and colleges
that accepts degree or credits from an accredited institution. And your degree will be honored at various colleges and universities if
you prepare your career for teaching and research. We want to let you know that many of our alumni are already employed by various
universities and colleges as teaching faculty and/or research scholars all over the world
A: Caroline University typically assigns faculty to a student at the time of registration and/or during the dissertation process. It is to
help and support our students in an academic matter and it is also to help and guide their dissertation writing process to complete
it within the timeframe. Faculty advising may be arranged in each semester on a regular basis or can be arranged at a specified
day and time. Students ought to meet with faculty for advising. However, if needed, advising session is feasible through zoom
session with prior arrangement.
A: A full-time student pays about $5,000 per semester. Master program is consisted of three or four semesters whereas doctoral
program is consisted of six semesters.
A: Caroline University offers different scholarships depending on the different needs and qualification of students. Such includes
but is not limited to president's scholarship, dean's scholarship, merit scholarship, etc.
A: Residency requirement is a minimum requirement for students to take credit units to earn degree at Caroline University.
Typically, our master program requires at least 3 or 4 semesters residency requirement and doctoral program requires
at least 6 semesters residency requirement.