University of North Carolina

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ("UNC") is the oldest state university in the United States, with a rich history of more than two centuries.  Carolina offers classes abroad, on campus or online. Carolina offers bachelor's, master's, doctoral and professional degrees in academic areas critical to North Carolina's future: business, dentistry, education, law, medicine, nursing, public health and social work, among others. Offerings include 77 bachelor’s, 109 master’s, 66 doctorate and six professional degree programs through 14 schools and the College of Arts and Sciences. The health sciences are well integrated with the liberal arts, basic sciences and high-tech programs. Patient outreach programs affiliated with Carolina and the UNC Health Care System serve citizens in all 100 North Carolina counties. Students learn from a full-time 3,221-member faculty. Many of those faculty members hold or have held major posts in virtually every national scholarly or professional organization and have earned election to the most prestigious academic academies and organizations. Carolina's academic community benefits from a library with 6.7 million volumes and 80,000 serial titles that perennially ranks among the best research libraries in North America.  Carolina's 274,167 alumni live in all 50 US states and more than 150 countries.