Dartmouth College

Dartmouth College, located in Hanover, New Hampshire, is one of eight prestigious Ivy League universities and one of nine Colonial Colleges that were established prior to the American Revolution. Dartmouth is divided into four academic colleges: the Thayer School of Engineering, th Tuck School of Business, the Geisel School of Medicine and College of Liberal Arts. It also offers 19 graduate degrees in the arts and sciences. Dartmouth has an annual enrollment of just over 6,000 students. Not only is Dartmouth the smallest Ivy League school, it was also the last to admit women. Dartmouth opened its doors to women in 1972.

Dartmouth's main campus is located on 269 acres in the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire near the Connecticut River. Dartmouth is known for its excellent academic programs, strong Greek system and participation intercollegiate athletics. In all, Dartmouth participates in over 34 varsity sports. It competes in the NCAA Divison I Ivy League conference.

Academics
Dartmouth is primarily an undergraduate liberal arts institution of higher learning. At the undergraduate level, Dartmouth awards the traditional Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree. I also offers a ABET-accredited Bachelor of Engineering degree. Through its 40 academic departments, the university provides students a selection of nearly 60 undergraduate majors to choose from. The most popular undergraduate degrees at Dartmouth include history, economics, psychology, government studies, English, engineering and biology. Dartmouth has been recognized as having the top-ranked bachelor degree program in economics in the world.

Undergraduate students are required to complete a total of 35 courses in order to graduate wit a bachelor's degree. Of these, about 30% are major courses. Other requirements for graduation include foreign language proficiency, "distributive requirements" in a variety of disciplines, and completion of a writing class.

Tuck School of Business
Founded in 1900, the Tuck School of Business was the first higher education institution to offer a master's degree in business administration. Tuck, like Dartmouth, is a relatively small school and is known for its tight-knit community, strong and loyal alumni base, and emphasis on the individual. In fact, one of the school's most salient characteristics is its dedication to personal development and fostering strong bonds between students, faculty and alumni. With an alumni donation rate of 70% (higher than any other business school), Tuck claims to have the strongest alumni network of any top ranked business graduate school.

Tuck offers just one program, a full-time MBA degree–and one of the best in the nation. During the first year of the program, students' studies will be dedicated to a general curriculum designed to develop the fundamental business management skills required to operate, manage and lead a successful business. During the second year, students are able to select elective courses and design a focused track of study that will prepare them for their specific career goals and endeavors.

Online Degrees
Through UMASS, Dartmouth College offers students, aspiring professionals and adults seeking personal development the opportunity to pursue a higher education online. Online learning at Dartmouth is offered at the undergraduate, graduate and certificate levels. Once accepted to Dartmouth, students have the option of taking classes on-campus or through a combination of online and campus-based learning. Many of Dartmouths undergraduate and graduate degrees are available in a hybrid (online/on-campus combo) format, but very few degrees, if any, can be completely entirely online.

Quick Facts
Phone Number: (603) 646-1110
Address: 207 Parkhurst Hall, Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-3529
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
Size: Medium ( 4,100+ undergrad, 1,900+ grad )
Award Levels: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral
In-State Tuition $ 38,502
Out-of-State Tuition $ 38,517
Online Degrees Offered: NO
Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 8 to 1
Website Address: www.dartmouth.edu
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