Queens University of Charlotte is a private, masters-level university located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Founded in 1857, the school is closely affiliated with the Presbyterian Church and was initially established as an educational institute for women. Following a series of name changes and various reorganizations, the university began accepting male students and became a co-educational school in 1987.

Today, the Queens University of Charlotte offers Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in 38 majors and over 66 concentrations. It grants six pre-professional programs and nine graduate programs through its academic colleges and schools; namely, the College of Arts and Sciences, McColl School of Business, School of Communication, Wayland H. Cato Jr. School of Education, Andrew Blair College of Health (includes Presbyterian School of Nursing), and Hayworth College for Adult Studies.

There are currently 2,600 students enrolled at Queens assisted by 109 fulltime faculty members, 78 of them holding a Ph.D. or the highest degree in their chosen field. With a student to faculty ratio of 12 to 1, students are assured of a focused, one-on-one interaction with their teachers.

Cost of attendance for fulltime undergraduate students registered for 12 or more credit hours and living on campus is US22,730 for tuition and fees and US$8,236 for room and board. Students enrolled in the graduate programs are charged tuition rates per credit hour which varies depending on the course and degree program chosen. Financial aid is extended in the form of loans, grants and scholarships to qualified students to help them pay for their cost of attendance.

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