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Bachelor's program

1. Age of participants: from 17 years

2. Duration of the programs: 4 years

3. Level of English: IELTS 6.5 (not lower than 6.0 in all sections), TOEFL 79, Pearson's Test of English 59

4. Classes start: January, September

5. Level of education (one of the options):

  • Diploma of Secondary Education (Certificate of Secondary Education)
  • Diploma of secondary vocational education (Diploma of Intermediate Vocational Education)
  • Diploma of the Secondary Specialized School
  • Diploma of Pedagogical School (Pedagogical School)
  • 6. Language of instruction: English.

    Undergraduate university offers students a wide variety of specialties, among which everyone can choose for themselves suitable. For admission it is necessary to have a certain level of education and English, foreign students can undergo a special 2-3 semester training (without losing time). Directions of bachelor's programs of the University of Louisiana:

  • Agriculture, forestry and wildlife
  • Architecture, art and design
  • Business, finance and economics
  • Education
  • Engineering and Information Technologies
  • Fashion, design and production
  • Law, international relations and politics
  • Liberal Arts
  • Music, theater and art
  • Care, Health, Care and Sociology
  • The science
  • Sports, fitness and food.
  • All specialties are carefully designed and have a well-organized structure. Students have the right to focus attention on those sections of science that are most interesting to them and to choose disciplines from the "Major" and "Minor" lists. The university employs and teaches excellent specialists, real masters of their craft, who seek to help each student in solving all complex issues and reveal the educational and research potential. Various types of classes are conducted so that students can switch attention and not lose concentration. Types of classes include:

  • Lectures
  • Interactive lectures
  • Seminars
  • Extended and "included" seminars
  • Independent work
  • Working in mini-groups and groups
  • Projects and laboratory work.
  • For four years of study, students receive comprehensive knowledge on all aspects of the chosen specialty, and become extremely professional professionals. For each successfully passed discipline, so-called credits are charged; for the transition to each next course the student must recruit a certain number of credits. This system helps to better assess the progress of students and monitor what issues / topics need further elaboration. During the training a lot of time is spent on independent work, development of responsibility / professional qualities. Special seminars on the preparation for professional work prepare students for adulthood, help determine the choice of a place of work and be able to competently and efficiently "submit" themselves.

    After successful completion of the training, students are awarded a "bachelor" degree in the relevant field of science and they can either start working or continue their education.

    Bachelor's specialties, which are recommended for admission to foreign students:

    1) Agriculture, forestry and wildlife:

  • Plants and soil systems (directions: crop, farm science, landscape management, soil science, sustainable production equipment, landscape management, turfgrass management, urban entomology)
  • Agricultural business
  • Agricultural business (directions: finance of agro-industry, management of food industry, international business, agricultural development)
  • Agricultural business: without concentration
  • Animals, dairy products and poultry (directions: animal science, dairy technology, dairy products, poultry, pre-veterinary medicine, science and technology)
  • Ecology and management of natural resources (directions: conservation biology, ecological restoration, fisheries and aquaculture, forest enterprise, management of forest resources, preliminary veterinary medicine, wildlife ecology, conservation of living species, enforcement of animal protection legislation).
  • 2) Architecture, art and design:

  • Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Landscape architecture.
  • 3) Business, finance and economics:

  • Accounting
  • Economics (empirical economic analysis)
  • Economy (without concentration)
  • Finance
  • General business
  • Human Resources Education: Human Resources Development and Leadership
  • Information systems and solutions of science (directions: business intelligence, information technology)
  • International trade and finance (directions: empirical economic analysis, without concentration)
  • Management (directions: entrepreneurship, human resources management, management)
  • Marketing: professional sales.
  • 4) Education:

  • Agricultural Education
  • Agriculture and Advanced Education
  • Double certificate in the field of general / special education (grades 1-5)
  • Elementary education
  • French
  • History
  • Kinesiology
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Spanish.
  • 5) Engineering and information technology:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Oilfield
  • Biological engineering
  • Chemical engineering (directions: bio-molecular science, environment, materials)
  • Chemical technology (without concentration)
  • Civil engineering
  • Computer engineering
  • Computer science (directions: computing and networks, computer science and the second discipline, science and data analytics, common systems and network, software)
  • Construction management.
  • 6) Fashion, design and manufacture

  • Textile / ramp / production (directions: clothing design, trade, textile science).
  • 7) Law, international relations and politics

  • Political science (without concentration)
  • International studies (directions: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, environment and development, global cultures, global diplomacy, global research)
  • Political science (without concentration)
  • Political science (directions: US government and politics, election campaigns and elections, comparative government and politics, international politics and law, law and legal systems, political analysis, political theory, public policy).
  • 8) Liberal Arts:

  • Liberal arts (directions: cinema and media art, women's and gender studies)
  • Mass communication (directions: digital advertising, journalism, political communication, public relations
  • Philosophy (directions: law, ethics and social justice, religious studies)
  • Philosophy (without concentration)
  • Psychology
  • Spanish
  • Anthropology
  • Communication Research
  • English: creative writing
  • English literature
  • English: Rhetoric, Writing and Culture
  • French
  • Geography
  • Geography (directions: science and disaster management, geographic information science)
  • History (without concentration)
  • Interdisciplinary research (directions: health, individualized research, leadership and society, research in organizations, writing and the use of arts)
  • Liberal arts (directions: African and African-American studies, historiography, classical civilization, science and disaster management).
  • 9) Music, theater and art

  • Studio art (directions: digital art, graphic design, painting and drawing, photography, printing, sculpture)
  • Theater (directions: administration of arts, design / technology, film and television, performance, physical theater, theater research)
  • Music (13 destinations)
  • Studio art
  • Studio art (ceramics).
  • 10) Care, Health, Care and Sociology:

  • Health (pre-vocational education) (directions: clinical laboratory - medical technology, dental hygiene, dental laboratory technician, doctor's assistant, preliminary medical technology, pre-care, preliminary professional therapy, preliminary pharmacy, pre-medical therapy)
  • Children and Family Studies
  • Communication disorders.
  • 11) Science:

  • Physics (directions: astronomy, medical physics, physics and the second discipline)
  • Physics (without concentration)
  • Sociology: Criminology
  • Sociology (without concentration)
  • Biological Sciences (without concentration)
  • Chemistry (directions: biological chemistry, chemical physics, chemistry and the second discipline, ecological chemistry, materials, polymers, preliminary professional chemistry)
  • Chemistry (without concentration)
  • Coastal ecological science (directions: applied natural ecological science, ecological science and research)
  • Environmental management systems (areas: environmental analysis and risk management, policy analysis, conservation of resources)
  • Geology (directions: ecological geology, geophysics)
  • Geology (without concentration)
  • Mathematics (directions: actuarial science, applied / discrete mathematics, computational mathematics, mathematical statistics)
  • Mathematics (without concentration)
  • Microbiology
  • Biochemistry
  • Biological Sciences: Marine Biology.
  • 12) Sport, Fitness and Nutrition:

  • Athletic training
  • Kinesiology (directions: fitness research, the science of human movement, sports research)
  • Nutrition and food sciences (directions: dietology, food science and technology, nutrition, health and society, nutrition science / advanced medicine)
  • Sports management: sports commerce
  • Sports management: sport-leadership.
  • The cost of training for undergraduate programs is from $ 9000 / year.

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    The program International Year One (Undergraduate accelerator)

    1. Age of participants: from 17 years

    2. Duration of the programs: 2 semesters (9 months), 3 semesters (12 months)

    3. Classes start: January, May, August

    4. Level of English:

    • Integrated Program (Integrated Accelerator Program): IELTS 6.5 (indicators in all sections not below 6.0), TOEFL 79, Pearson's Test of English 59
    • The academic program (Academic Accelerator Program): IELTS 5.5 (indicators in all sections no lower than 5.0), TOEFL 68, Pearson's Test of English 46
    • Extended Accelerator Program: IELTS 5.0 (indicators in all sections no lower than 4.5), TOEFL 60, Pearson's Test of English 40

    5. Educational level: certificate of secondary (complete) general education

    6. Language of instruction: English.

    The university has special courses for foreign students, designed to help adapt to the education system and the requirements of the university. The programs last 2 or 3 semesters, and begin in January, May or August. There are three different types:

    • Integrated Accelerator Program (2 semesters)
    • Academic Accelerator Program (2 semesters)
    • Extended program (Extended Accelerator Program) (3 semesters).

    The education combines classes in academic disciplines, adaptation and development courses and additional support on a variety of issues. Each program includes three areas, of which the student chooses the most preferable:

    • Humanities and Social Science
    • Science and engineering science
    • Business and economics.

    Eduaction is characterized by a number of features:

    • Flexibility of the course. With the academic model adopted in the US, students can vary their priorities, study what is really interesting. The choice makes the learning process more meaningful and interesting
    • Individual guidance. Personal consultants help students with every step of the learning process at all levels
    • Personal support. New students receive support on all issues, both academic and personal (and also in such matters as transfer from the airport, opening a bank account, purchasing and registering a SIM card)
    • Small class sizes, individual attention and support
    • Involvement in American cultural experience. Special seminars "Living, learning, growing" develop social, professional and academic qualities and help students adapt to life in the United States. Students take part in various events that help interpenetrate cultures and traditions
    • Development of career skills. In the process, great attention is paid to developing skills that students are called upon to help in the difficult process of choosing the future profession and type of activity and building a successful career. Students receive exhaustive recommendations on CV preparation, interviewing and other aspects of employment. Career education helps students overcome fear of finding a job and realize themselves professionally.

    Participants in academic and advanced programs are intensively learning English, the integrated program is designed for students with a high level of English and does not include individual language classes. All students develop active language skills, such as: university teaching skills, research and proper use of terms, clear and clear written and oral presentation skills. Moreover, all pupils are accustomed to using language not only in school, but also in everyday life.

    Successful passing of the program is equated with the first year of undergraduate studies (students also receive loans for items). Graduates continue their studies, moving to the second course of the chosen specialty from the list of available.

    Types of programs and sample curriculum:

    Integrated program (Integrated Accelerator Program) (2 semesters).

    The course is designed for students who have a high level of English and deep knowledge of the disciplines. Two semesters are continuing and includes academic, cultural and professional support, as well as an advanced component of counseling and mentoring. Students have priority access to exclusive subjects. Features of the integrated program:

    • Priority access to the selection of courses, the list of which is compiled by an academic adviser in accordance with the interests and career goals of each student
    • International learning environment
    • Extended eduaction for a career
    • The possibility of teaching programming.

    Depending on the choice of bachelor's specialty, students choose one of the three areas of the integrated program:

    • Humanities and Social Sciences
    • Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and Information Science
    • Business, finance and economics.

    Sample curriculum:

    1. Semester 1:

    • Special course "To live, learn, grow" (level 1)
    • Introduction to Environmental Science
    • Cultural Anthropology
    • Algebra and Computations
    • Louisiana in a global context

    2. Semester 2:

    • Special course "To live, learn, grow" (level 2)
    • Views on the American landscape
    • general chemistry
    • General requirements for bachelor's studies
    • American pop music.

    Academic program (Academic Accelerator Program).

    A standard course of study, which includes, in addition to academic disciplines and professional support, classes in English. Education lasts 2 semesters, in each semester loans are earned. Students are actively engaged in the development of the English language, the study of academic disciplines, and receive all the necessary assistance and advice. The course includes three areas, each student chooses a priority:

    • The humanities, social sciences
    • Science and Engineering (including Technology and Informatics)
    • Business and economics.

    The curriculum consists of the following disciplines (example):

    1. Semester 1:

    • "To live, learn, grow" (level 1)
    • English for foreign students (level 1)
    • Introduction to environmental science
    • Cultural Anthropology
    • Algebra and Computations
    • Louisiana in a global context.

    2. Semester 2:

    • "To live, to learn, to grow" (level 2)
    • English for International Students (Level 2)
    • A look at American landscapes
    • Chemistry
    • Requirements for study at a bachelor's degree
    • American pop music.

    Extended program (Extended Accelerator Program) (3 semesters).

    Special 3-semester course for students who need extensive education in English. Students intensively study the language and the body of disciplines, adapt to the education system and the way of life in the country. Education has three different directions, the student chooses for himself the priority:

    • Humanities and Social Science
    • Engineering and Science
    • Business and economics.

    The sample curriculum includes the following disciplines:

    1. Semester 1:

    • The course "To live, learn, grow" (level 1)
    • English for Academic Purposes (Level 1)
    • Louisiana in a global context
    • University mathematics (level 1).

    2. Semester 2:

    • The course "To live, learn, grow" (level 2)
    • English for International Students (Level 1)
    • Cultural Anthropology
    • Algebra and Computing (Level 2)
    • Chemistry.

    3. Semester 3:

    • The course "To live, learn, grow" (level 3)
    • English for International Students (Level 2)
    • American landscape
    • Mathematics
    • Requirements for undergraduate studies
    • American pop music.

    Tuition fee on the International Year One programs is:

    • Integrated Program (Integrated Semester) (2 semesters) = from $ 22,250 to $ 28,500
    • Academic Accelerator Program (2 semesters) = 28500 $
    • Extended program (Extended Accelerator Program) (3 semesters) = 34300 $.

    Bachelor's program

    1. Age of participants: from 17 years

    2. Duration of the programs: 4 years

    3. Level of English: IELTS 6.5 (not lower than 6.0 in all sections), TOEFL 79, Pearson's Test of English 59

    4. Classes start: January, September

    5. Level of education (one of the options):

  • Diploma of Secondary Education (Certificate of Secondary Education)
  • Diploma of secondary vocational education (Diploma of Intermediate Vocational Education)
  • Diploma of the Secondary Specialized School
  • Diploma of Pedagogical School (Pedagogical School)
  • 6. Language of instruction: English.

    Undergraduate university offers students a wide variety of specialties, among which everyone can choose for themselves suitable. For admission it is necessary to have a certain level of education and English, foreign students can undergo a special 2-3 semester training (without losing time). Directions of bachelor's programs of the University of Louisiana:

  • Agriculture, forestry and wildlife
  • Architecture, art and design
  • Business, finance and economics
  • Education
  • Engineering and Information Technologies
  • Fashion, design and production
  • Law, international relations and politics
  • Liberal Arts
  • Music, theater and art
  • Care, Health, Care and Sociology
  • The science
  • Sports, fitness and food.
  • All specialties are carefully designed and have a well-organized structure. Students have the right to focus attention on those sections of science that are most interesting to them and to choose disciplines from the "Major" and "Minor" lists. The university employs and teaches excellent specialists, real masters of their craft, who seek to help each student in solving all complex issues and reveal the educational and research potential. Various types of classes are conducted so that students can switch attention and not lose concentration. Types of classes include:

  • Lectures
  • Interactive lectures
  • Seminars
  • Extended and "included" seminars
  • Independent work
  • Working in mini-groups and groups
  • Projects and laboratory work.
  • For four years of study, students receive comprehensive knowledge on all aspects of the chosen specialty, and become extremely professional professionals. For each successfully passed discipline, so-called credits are charged; for the transition to each next course the student must recruit a certain number of credits. This system helps to better assess the progress of students and monitor what issues / topics need further elaboration. During the training a lot of time is spent on independent work, development of responsibility / professional qualities. Special seminars on the preparation for professional work prepare students for adulthood, help determine the choice of a place of work and be able to competently and efficiently "submit" themselves.

    After successful completion of the training, students are awarded a "bachelor" degree in the relevant field of science and they can either start working or continue their education.

    Bachelor's specialties, which are recommended for admission to foreign students:

    1) Agriculture, forestry and wildlife:

  • Plants and soil systems (directions: crop, farm science, landscape management, soil science, sustainable production equipment, landscape management, turfgrass management, urban entomology)
  • Agricultural business
  • Agricultural business (directions: finance of agro-industry, management of food industry, international business, agricultural development)
  • Agricultural business: without concentration
  • Animals, dairy products and poultry (directions: animal science, dairy technology, dairy products, poultry, pre-veterinary medicine, science and technology)
  • Ecology and management of natural resources (directions: conservation biology, ecological restoration, fisheries and aquaculture, forest enterprise, management of forest resources, preliminary veterinary medicine, wildlife ecology, conservation of living species, enforcement of animal protection legislation).
  • 2) Architecture, art and design:

  • Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Landscape architecture.
  • 3) Business, finance and economics:

  • Accounting
  • Economics (empirical economic analysis)
  • Economy (without concentration)
  • Finance
  • General business
  • Human Resources Education: Human Resources Development and Leadership
  • Information systems and solutions of science (directions: business intelligence, information technology)
  • International trade and finance (directions: empirical economic analysis, without concentration)
  • Management (directions: entrepreneurship, human resources management, management)
  • Marketing: professional sales.
  • 4) Education:

  • Agricultural Education
  • Agriculture and Advanced Education
  • Double certificate in the field of general / special education (grades 1-5)
  • Elementary education
  • French
  • History
  • Kinesiology
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Spanish.
  • 5) Engineering and information technology:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Oilfield
  • Biological engineering
  • Chemical engineering (directions: bio-molecular science, environment, materials)
  • Chemical technology (without concentration)
  • Civil engineering
  • Computer engineering
  • Computer science (directions: computing and networks, computer science and the second discipline, science and data analytics, common systems and network, software)
  • Construction management.
  • 6) Fashion, design and manufacture

  • Textile / ramp / production (directions: clothing design, trade, textile science).
  • 7) Law, international relations and politics

  • Political science (without concentration)
  • International studies (directions: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, environment and development, global cultures, global diplomacy, global research)
  • Political science (without concentration)
  • Political science (directions: US government and politics, election campaigns and elections, comparative government and politics, international politics and law, law and legal systems, political analysis, political theory, public policy).
  • 8) Liberal Arts:

  • Liberal arts (directions: cinema and media art, women's and gender studies)
  • Mass communication (directions: digital advertising, journalism, political communication, public relations
  • Philosophy (directions: law, ethics and social justice, religious studies)
  • Philosophy (without concentration)
  • Psychology
  • Spanish
  • Anthropology
  • Communication Research
  • English: creative writing
  • English literature
  • English: Rhetoric, Writing and Culture
  • French
  • Geography
  • Geography (directions: science and disaster management, geographic information science)
  • History (without concentration)
  • Interdisciplinary research (directions: health, individualized research, leadership and society, research in organizations, writing and the use of arts)
  • Liberal arts (directions: African and African-American studies, historiography, classical civilization, science and disaster management).
  • 9) Music, theater and art

  • Studio art (directions: digital art, graphic design, painting and drawing, photography, printing, sculpture)
  • Theater (directions: administration of arts, design / technology, film and television, performance, physical theater, theater research)
  • Music (13 destinations)
  • Studio art
  • Studio art (ceramics).
  • 10) Care, Health, Care and Sociology:

  • Health (pre-vocational education) (directions: clinical laboratory - medical technology, dental hygiene, dental laboratory technician, doctor's assistant, preliminary medical technology, pre-care, preliminary professional therapy, preliminary pharmacy, pre-medical therapy)
  • Children and Family Studies
  • Communication disorders.
  • 11) Science:

  • Physics (directions: astronomy, medical physics, physics and the second discipline)
  • Physics (without concentration)
  • Sociology: Criminology
  • Sociology (without concentration)
  • Biological Sciences (without concentration)
  • Chemistry (directions: biological chemistry, chemical physics, chemistry and the second discipline, ecological chemistry, materials, polymers, preliminary professional chemistry)
  • Chemistry (without concentration)
  • Coastal ecological science (directions: applied natural ecological science, ecological science and research)
  • Environmental management systems (areas: environmental analysis and risk management, policy analysis, conservation of resources)
  • Geology (directions: ecological geology, geophysics)
  • Geology (without concentration)
  • Mathematics (directions: actuarial science, applied / discrete mathematics, computational mathematics, mathematical statistics)
  • Mathematics (without concentration)
  • Microbiology
  • Biochemistry
  • Biological Sciences: Marine Biology.
  • 12) Sport, Fitness and Nutrition:

  • Athletic training
  • Kinesiology (directions: fitness research, the science of human movement, sports research)
  • Nutrition and food sciences (directions: dietology, food science and technology, nutrition, health and society, nutrition science / advanced medicine)
  • Sports management: sports commerce
  • Sports management: sport-leadership.
  • The cost of training for undergraduate programs is from $ 9000 / year.

    Annual
    17+
    from 31 500 $ / year

    University Pathway Program

    • The minimum level of English is Advanced.

    The OHLA University Study Program allows international students to automatically enroll in multiple university programs throughout the United States. A team of experts prepares students for university studies, guides students towards successful admission.

    Pathway provides students with the opportunity to prepare for college by getting information, doing exercises that make academic requirements clear, and removing common barriers that can stunt student progress. Topics: resources, teaching methods, writing skills, critical thinking skills, motivation, self-efficacy. Particular attention is paid to group work, mutual learning.

    Training program:

    • Acquaintance with other students, staff and teachers, developed support network before starting training at CSM
    • Getting to know the campus and its valuable resources
    • Obtaining 1 college loan.
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