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Catholic University of America

Washington, DC

Academics Summary

Catholic University of America has a graduation rate of 74% and offers 91 majors. Its student-to-faculty ratio is 9:1.


Academics Stats

Graduation Rate

74%

Retention Rate

88%

Students-to-Faculty Ratio

9:1


AP Credit Policy

The undergraduate programs in all Schools of the University give academic credit for Advanced Placement courses taken in high school according to the following criteria: 1. The AP course and credit must be in an area approved by the appropriate faculty at CUA. 2. The AP score must be approved by the CUA faculty. 3. The AP credit must fit into the student's overall academic program at CUA. 4. The AP course with out the AP test, but graded on an official transcript from a college or university, will not be transferred to CUA 5. The official report of the AP scores from the College Board must be sent directly to CUA.

  • Offers credits

    Yes

  • Offers placement into advanced courses

    Yes


Study Options


Majors and Degrees

The college offers the following degrees: Certificate, Associate, Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral

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Special Academics Program

  • Accelerated Study
  • Cross-Registration
  • Distance Learning
  • Double Major
  • Dual Enrollment of High School Students
  • English as a Second Language
  • Honors Program
  • Independent Study
  • Internships
  • ROTC, Air Force
  • ROTC, Army
  • ROTC, Navy
  • Study Abroad
  • Teacher Certification

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