- 4 Year
- WEST HARTFORD, CT
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- Academicsgrade B minus
- Valuegrade A minus
- Diversitygrade A minus
- Campusgrade B minus
- Athleticsgrade B minus
- Party Scenegrade C
- Professorsgrade B minus
- Locationgrade A
- Dormsgrade B minus
- Campus Foodgrade B
- Student Lifegrade B minus
- Safetygrade A minus
The University of Saint Joseph in Connecticut engages students with a rigorous professional education based on a proven track record of empowering students to succeed and lead. You can select from an array of dynamic majors and minors, dual degree programs, and concentrations, and then proceed to realize your ambitions. Experiential learning is incorporated across the curriculum and faculty prepare students for meaningful professional careers. Seamless degree programs save time and money, and build the foundation for a great career as many degree programs lead to professional licenses.
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Most Popular Majors
- Nursing73 Graduates
- Social Work and Youth Services26 Graduates
- Psychology21 Graduates
- Biology20 Graduates
- Public Health19 Graduates
- Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies14 Graduates
- Chemistry7 Graduates
- Accounting5 Graduates
- Special Education and Teaching5 Graduates
- Art History2 Graduates
Digital Media and Communication, B.A.
As a USJ Digital Media and Communication major, you’ll receive a solid academic foundation that will prepare you to be a leader in today's highly innovative and fast-paced media industry.
- Mix of Online and on Campus31%
- On Campus69%
- To themselves20%
- Home away from home6%
University of Saint Joseph Reviews
I don't like to whine or to sound greedy but for a student who is a first generational nursing student who is at or below average in financial income, this school is, I am sorry to say, incompetent for students with greater financial needs.
Don't get me wrong, the programs such as the nursing program here is fantastic! All of the renovations done to this school is top-notch (such as McGovern hall) and the professors here...gosh I couldn't ask for better professors :) (Shout-out to Dr. Crandall, Dr. Dilek, Dr. Zito, and Prof. Alevras for their fantastic teaching methods that has helped me grown!)
Although this school is beyond beautiful and holds several professors that actually LOVE their job, there are some cons to the school that I feel that must be addressed. All in all, I see it as a great school for nursing majors! :)