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17+
from 52 000 $ / 2 semesters

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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 (IAP)): IELTS 6.5 (no less than 6.0 by sections), TOEFL 80, Pearson Versant 69
  • Academic Accelerator Program (AAP): IELTS 5.5 (not less than 5.0 in sections), TOEFL 68, Pearson Versant 50
  • Extended Program (Extended Accelerator Program (EAP)): IELTS 5.0 (no less than 4.5 by sections), TOEFL 60, Pearson Versant 45

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

6. Language of instruction: English.

International Year One or Undergraduate accelerator is a special course for foreign citizens entering the Bachelor's Department. The main feature of the course is that students do not lose time, and after graduation they immediately go to the second course of the bachelor's degree. The program consists of a whole body of academic disciplines, seminars on adaptation and learning English (classes in English are not conducted for an integrated course). The ultimate goal of the program is to bring the level of knowledge to the requirements of the university and to adapt to the learning process and lifestyle in the university and country. Students choose one of three proposed options, based on the level of English and academic indicators:

  • Integrated Program (Integrated Accelerator Program (IAP)) (2 semesters)
  • Academic Accelerator Program (AAP)) (2 semesters)
  • Extended Program (Extended Accelerator Program (EAP)) (3 semesters).

Each of the three programs has three specialization options, which are also chosen by the student, based on their preferences:

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

Participants have the right to choose the priority areas of education and development, concentrating on what is really interesting to them. Classes are held in groups with a small number of people, which allows teachers to give each student individual time. Classes are conducted exclusively by professionals in their field, with a wealth of experience in research and working with foreigners. Students receive effective help and support at all stages of the program. The director and counselors for student services conduct consultations about the cultural, personal and social aspects of life on campus and in the US as a whole. This includes such issues as: accommodation, food, integration into student life and problems related to adaptation. Academic Director, international instructors and teachers offer academic support and counseling. Academic staff helps students with English language skills and general academic questions.

Students undergo a special course "To Live, Learn, Grow", whose goal is to acquire the social, professional and academic skills necessary for living in another country. Much attention is paid to the involvement of students in American culture and life, the clarification of certain rules of behavior and traditions for an easier process of integration into society and, as a result, achievement of professional success. All students participate in special seminars on developing career skills and job placement skills. Participants in academic and extended programs also receive classes in English.

Education in all three types of International Year One (Undergraduate accelerator) is counted as the standard first year of the university. Graduates pass to the second course of the chosen baccalaureate specialty and successfully continue their education.

Types of programs and sample curriculum:

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

A course for students who have a high level of English and knowledge, but who want to receive academic, cultural, professional and linguistic support before moving to the basic undergraduate program. It has a more flexible structure and the ability to choose exclusive subjects / disciplines for study, as well as more extensive support from mentors, consultants and teachers. During the course, students earn at least 24 credits.

Sample plan:

1. Semester 1:

  • Adaptation courses "To live, learn, grow"
  • Mathematics
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Pacific Workshop (Level 1)
  • Elective Course

2. Semester 2:

  • Adaptation course "To live, learn, grow"
  • Thematic seminars
  • Global Studies or US Studies
  • Individual / interpersonal behavior
  • Elective course.

Academic Accelerator Program (AAP)) (2 semesters).

A course for students who need support in the study and development of language skills. Includes all the necessary disciplines and seminars, English classes and adaptation activities. For 2 semesters, students must earn at least 24 credits.

Sample curriculum:

1. Semester 1:

  • "To live, learn, grow" (level 1)
  • English for Academic Purposes
  • Individual and interpersonal behavior
  • Mathematics and formal logic
  • Visual and Performing Arts

2. Semester 2:

  • "To live, to learn, to grow" (level 2)
  • Seminar "Pacific Region"
  • Global Studies or US Studies
  • Natural Sciences
  • Elective course.

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

Special 3-semester course for those who need extensive language support. Characterized by intensive classes in English (both group and individual), active involvement in cultural experience and extensive academic support. Each student must earn at least 30 credits.

Sample curriculum:

1. Semester 1:

  • "To live, learn, grow" (level 1)
  • Pacific region in the global context
  • Academic English (level 1)
  • Mathematics and formal logic

2. Semester 2:

  • "To live, to learn, to grow" (level 2)
  • Academic English (level 2)
  • Individual and interpersonal behavior (with the practice of English)
  • Mathematics and formal logic
  • Natural Sciences (with the practice of English)

3. Semester 3:

  • "To live, learn, grow" (level 3)
  • Seminar on the Pacific
  • Global research or research in the US
  • Visual and performing arts (with the practice of English)
  • Natural Sciences.

Tuition fee on the International Year One programs is:

  • Integrated Program (Integrated Accelerator Program (IAP)) (2 semesters) = 47330 $
  • Academic Accelerator Program (AAP)) (2 semesters) = 49164 $
  • Extended program (Extended Accelerator Program (EAP)) (3 semesters) = 52808 $.
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Program name
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Age
Cost
Annual
17+
from 52 000 $ / 2 semesters

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 (IAP)): IELTS 6.5 (no less than 6.0 by sections), TOEFL 80, Pearson Versant 69
  • Academic Accelerator Program (AAP): IELTS 5.5 (not less than 5.0 in sections), TOEFL 68, Pearson Versant 50
  • Extended Program (Extended Accelerator Program (EAP)): IELTS 5.0 (no less than 4.5 by sections), TOEFL 60, Pearson Versant 45

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

6. Language of instruction: English.

International Year One or Undergraduate accelerator is a special course for foreign citizens entering the Bachelor's Department. The main feature of the course is that students do not lose time, and after graduation they immediately go to the second course of the bachelor's degree. The program consists of a whole body of academic disciplines, seminars on adaptation and learning English (classes in English are not conducted for an integrated course). The ultimate goal of the program is to bring the level of knowledge to the requirements of the university and to adapt to the learning process and lifestyle in the university and country. Students choose one of three proposed options, based on the level of English and academic indicators:

  • Integrated Program (Integrated Accelerator Program (IAP)) (2 semesters)
  • Academic Accelerator Program (AAP)) (2 semesters)
  • Extended Program (Extended Accelerator Program (EAP)) (3 semesters).

Each of the three programs has three specialization options, which are also chosen by the student, based on their preferences:

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

Participants have the right to choose the priority areas of education and development, concentrating on what is really interesting to them. Classes are held in groups with a small number of people, which allows teachers to give each student individual time. Classes are conducted exclusively by professionals in their field, with a wealth of experience in research and working with foreigners. Students receive effective help and support at all stages of the program. The director and counselors for student services conduct consultations about the cultural, personal and social aspects of life on campus and in the US as a whole. This includes such issues as: accommodation, food, integration into student life and problems related to adaptation. Academic Director, international instructors and teachers offer academic support and counseling. Academic staff helps students with English language skills and general academic questions.

Students undergo a special course "To Live, Learn, Grow", whose goal is to acquire the social, professional and academic skills necessary for living in another country. Much attention is paid to the involvement of students in American culture and life, the clarification of certain rules of behavior and traditions for an easier process of integration into society and, as a result, achievement of professional success. All students participate in special seminars on developing career skills and job placement skills. Participants in academic and extended programs also receive classes in English.

Education in all three types of International Year One (Undergraduate accelerator) is counted as the standard first year of the university. Graduates pass to the second course of the chosen baccalaureate specialty and successfully continue their education.

Types of programs and sample curriculum:

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

A course for students who have a high level of English and knowledge, but who want to receive academic, cultural, professional and linguistic support before moving to the basic undergraduate program. It has a more flexible structure and the ability to choose exclusive subjects / disciplines for study, as well as more extensive support from mentors, consultants and teachers. During the course, students earn at least 24 credits.

Sample plan:

1. Semester 1:

  • Adaptation courses "To live, learn, grow"
  • Mathematics
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Pacific Workshop (Level 1)
  • Elective Course

2. Semester 2:

  • Adaptation course "To live, learn, grow"
  • Thematic seminars
  • Global Studies or US Studies
  • Individual / interpersonal behavior
  • Elective course.

Academic Accelerator Program (AAP)) (2 semesters).

A course for students who need support in the study and development of language skills. Includes all the necessary disciplines and seminars, English classes and adaptation activities. For 2 semesters, students must earn at least 24 credits.

Sample curriculum:

1. Semester 1:

  • "To live, learn, grow" (level 1)
  • English for Academic Purposes
  • Individual and interpersonal behavior
  • Mathematics and formal logic
  • Visual and Performing Arts

2. Semester 2:

  • "To live, to learn, to grow" (level 2)
  • Seminar "Pacific Region"
  • Global Studies or US Studies
  • Natural Sciences
  • Elective course.

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

Special 3-semester course for those who need extensive language support. Characterized by intensive classes in English (both group and individual), active involvement in cultural experience and extensive academic support. Each student must earn at least 30 credits.

Sample curriculum:

1. Semester 1:

  • "To live, learn, grow" (level 1)
  • Pacific region in the global context
  • Academic English (level 1)
  • Mathematics and formal logic

2. Semester 2:

  • "To live, to learn, to grow" (level 2)
  • Academic English (level 2)
  • Individual and interpersonal behavior (with the practice of English)
  • Mathematics and formal logic
  • Natural Sciences (with the practice of English)

3. Semester 3:

  • "To live, learn, grow" (level 3)
  • Seminar on the Pacific
  • Global research or research in the US
  • Visual and performing arts (with the practice of English)
  • Natural Sciences.

Tuition fee on the International Year One programs is:

  • Integrated Program (Integrated Accelerator Program (IAP)) (2 semesters) = 47330 $
  • Academic Accelerator Program (AAP)) (2 semesters) = 49164 $
  • Extended program (Extended Accelerator Program (EAP)) (3 semesters) = 52808 $.

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 80, Pearson Versant 69

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.

    The University offers students from all over the world a quality education in bachelor's specialties. Foreign students can enroll in the International Year One (Undergraduate accelerator) and after graduation, go to the second course of the main educational program of the chosen specialty. Education includes specialties from the following areas:

  • Architecture, art and design
  • Business, finance and economics
  • Education
  • Engineering and this
  • Law, international relations and politics
  • Liberal Arts
  • Music, theater and art
  • Real estate, health, care and sociology
  • Biological
  • Sports, fitness and food.
  • Training lasts 4 years, each year (course) students must earn a certain number of credits - credit units, which determine the student's academic performance. Students have the right to choose priority courses and disciplines and independently vary the content of their training, which is done to develop responsibility and interest, helps them better understand their needs and preferences within the chosen specialty. Teachers strive to give students a maximum of knowledge and skills in each discipline, at all courses of instruction they try to support and direct students, teach them creative, logical and critical thinking. Due to the small size of the classes, each student is guaranteed to receive individual attention. In the course of work, classes of various types are held:

  • Lectures
  • Seminars
  • Extended workshops
  • Interactive lectures
  • Work in groups, mini-groups and independent work
  • Laboratory work.
  • Much attention is paid to the development of students' skills of independent work, as the basis of university education. Students, under the wise guidance of mentors, perform a variety of tasks, set goals and achieve them. A lot of time is spent on developing the skills of preparing and presenting quality presentations. To control the progress of various types of verification work:

  • Exams and invisible exams
  • Screening tests
  • Writing essays and extended essays
  • Laboratory experiments and work
  • Preparation and presentation of presentations
  • Course and written work.
  • After successful completion of the training, the graduate is awarded a bachelor's degree in the relevant field of science and he can either continue his studies or start working. The university diploma is very prestigious and in demand, and its owners can count on a highly paid position and career development.

    Bachelor's programs, which are best adapted for foreign students:

    1) Pacific College:

  • Actuarial Science (BS)
  • Applied Mathematics (BS)
  • Art (Art, BA)
  • Asian Languages ​​and Studies (BA)
  • Biochemistry (Biochemistry, BS)
  • Biological Sciences (BA / BS)
  • Chemistry (Chemistry, BA / BS)
  • Communication (BA)
  • Dental hygiene (Dental Hygiene, BS)
  • Economics (Economics, BA / BS)
  • English (English, BA)
  • Environmental Studies (BA)
  • French (French, BA)
  • The science of environment and geology (Geological and Environmental Sciences, BA / BS)
  • Graphic Design (BFA)
  • Health, Exercise and Sport Sciences (BA)
  • History (History, BA)
  • Mathematics (Mathematics, BA / BS)
  • Media resources (Media X, BA)
  • Philosophy (BA)
  • Physics (Physics, BA / BS)
  • Political Science (BA)
  • Psychology (Psychology, BS)
  • Religious Studies (BA)
  • Social Sciences (Social Sciences, BA)
  • Sociology (Sociology, BA)
  • Spanish (Spanish, BA)
  • Studio art (Studio Art, BFA).

  • 2) The Music Conservatory:

  • Studies of Jazz (Jazz Studies, BM)
  • Music (Music, BA)
  • Music Composition (Music Composition BM)
  • Music Education (BM)
  • Music History (BM)
  • Studies of the music industry (Music Industry Studies, BS)
  • Music Management (BM)
  • Music Therapy (BM)
  • Drums and percussion (Performance: Brass & Percussion BM)
  • Piano (Performance: Piano BM)
  • String Instruments (Performance: Strings BM)
  • Vocals (Performance: Voice BM).
  • 3) School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences:

  • Pathology of language and speech (Speech-Language Pathology BS).
  • 4) Business School:

    Business administration with directions:

  • Accounting (BS)
  • Management in art and events (Arts & Entertainment Management BS)
  • Business Law (Business Law, BS)
  • Economics (BS)
  • Entrepreneurship (BS)
  • Finance (BS)
  • International Business (BS)
  • Management and Human Resources (Management & Human Resources, BS)
  • Management Information Systems (Management Information Systems, BS)
  • Marketing (Marketing, BS).
  • 5) School of Education:

  • Education (diversified) (Education (Diversified), BA).
  • 6) School of Engineering and Computer Science:

  • Bioengineering (BS)
  • Civil Engineering (BS)
  • Computer Engineering (BS)
  • Computer science (Computer Science, BS)
  • Electrical Engineering (Electrical Engineering, BS)
  • Engineering Management (BS)
  • Engineering Physics (BS)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BS).
  • 7) School of International Studies:

  • Global Studies (BA)
  • International Trade (International Affairs and Commerce. BA)
  • International relations (International Relations, BA).
  • The cost of studying for undergraduate programs is from $ 45,786 / year.

    Annual
    17+
    from 4 500 $ / semester

    Academic English (Academic English)

    1. Age of participants: from 17 years

    2. Duration: 16 weeks

    3. Classes start: January, May, August

    4. Level of English: lower than: IELTS 5.0, TOEFL 60, Pearson Versant 45

    5. Language of instruction: English

    6. Participants: applicants entering the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program).

    Courses are designed for foreign students whose English level is not enough for direct admission to International Year One. The course contains intensive English classes in all the necessary sections:

  • Grammar
  • Listening
  • Written speech
  • Oral speech
  • Academic writing and university teaching skills.
  • Professional language teachers help students solve all difficult topics, small groups allow individual work with each student and take into account all of his needs. Intensive work in groups active language communication promotes rapid growth and development. During 16 weeks of classes, students significantly improve their level of English, and transfer to the 3-semester course International Year One.

    The cost of English courses (Academic English) = 6800 $ / 16 weeks.

    Annual
    17+
    from 51 464 $ / 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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