Virginia College is a private post-secondary degree awarding institution headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, U.S. Ever since its inception in 1983, the school has been providing quality undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate degree qualifications through its wide network of campuses spread across the U.S. In addition, the career school also offers various specialist programs through its online distance-learning arm in areas such as legal studies, information technology, office management, health and medical studies and business management.
Virginia College has over 5000 students enrolled in various undergraduate, graduate, post-graduate, and specialist diploma programs offered via the school’s nationwide campuses and online distance-learning arm.
Degree Programs Offered
Virginia College offers worldwide recognized undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate level educational qualifications in areas ranging from criminal justice to healthcare reimbursement. The school currently offers some fifty nationally accredited degree programs in areas like computer imaging and animation, nursing, business, culinary art, criminal justice and administration, paralegal studies, and various streams of medical and health sciences. Some of the most popular areas of study among prospective students include qualifications in career oriented fields such as:
- Medical Billing and Coding
- Criminal Justice
- Culinary Arts
- 3D Imaging and Design
- Golf Management
- Business Administration
Virginia College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to administer and award associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and diploma qualifications in the U.S. Furthermore, the school is recognized by the United States Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
Virginia College runs over eighteen full-fledged academic facilities including its main campus located in Birmingham, Alabama. The school currently has campuses in the following cities across America:
- Huntsville, Mobile, Birmingham and Montgomery in the state of Alabama
- Jackson and Biloxi in the state of Mississippi
- Pensacola and Jacksonville in the state of Florida
- Greenville, Charleston, Columbia and Spartanburg in the state of South Carolina
- Macon and August in the state of Georgia
- Richmond in the state of Virginia
- Baton Rouge in the state of Louisiana
- Austin in the state of Texas
- Chattanooga in the state of Tennessee