University of the Potomac
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Potomac Gives You More Ways to Get Ahead
When everything counts – time, career, convenience, cost, lifestyle, education, dreams – we are counting on you! Take charge of your future! University of the Potomac (formerly Potomac College) will help you dream it and redeem it with affordable, real world, education to land the career you deserve. University of the Potomac is passionate about your future, your dreams, your goals, your convenience, your career, your pocketbook, and your time. We guide you to your future. We celebrate your success!
Why University of the Potomac?
Competitive Job Market Skills: Potomac teaches students to master professional and technical skills needed to compete in today’s job markets
Market Driven Curriculum: Potomac has partnered with local businesses to deliver relevant curricula to ensure graduates thrive in the real world.
Theoretical Applications Project (TAP) Honors Program: Through a series of projects and a mentorship, students gain an advanced practical understanding of the workplace, while boosting their resume and earning college credit.
Multiple types of financing options and scholarships available to those who qualify
Military student friendly: reduced tuition rates available for all military students, veterans, their spouses or dependents
Flexible Learning Format: classes available at Online
Degree Programs that Inspire Success
Potomac teaches students to master professional and technical skills needed to compete in today’s highly competitive job markets.
Bachelor of Science Degree Programs
Associate of Science Degree Programs
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University of the Potomac is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104; (267) 284-5000. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.