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1. Charles Sturt University Study Centres, Sydney & Melbourne
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Calling US students! Would you consider studying abroad in beautiful Australia? Charles Sturt University (CSU) is a progressive and award-winning Australian university that has an international reputation for excellence through its innovative approach to higher education. We provide a range of undergraduate and post-graduate diploma and degree courses to international students at our CSU Study Centres in Sydney, NSW and Melbourne, Victoria. CSU Study Centres are operated in conjunction with Study Group Australia, a global leader in international education and training across five countries.

We offer diploma and bachelor's degree programs in the fields of business and information technology as well as graduate diploma and degree courses, including our Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. There are three intakes per year: February, July and November. We provide generous credit for previous academic study and work experience.

Charles Sturt University: CRICOS 00005F (NSW), 01947G (VIC) and 02960B (ACT); Study Group Australia Pty Limited Provider Codes: 01682E (NSW), 01755D (QLD), 03079G (VIC).
- Diploma of Business
- Diploma of Information Technology
- Associate Degree in Business Studies
- Associate Degree in Information Technology
- Bachelor of Business (Specialise in Accounting, Management or Marketing)
- Bachelor of Business Studies
- Bachelor of IT
- Graduate Diplomas in IT; Accounting; Business
- Master of Business
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- Master of Professional Accounting
- Master of IT
2. Indiana University, Department of Telecommunications
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The Department of Telecommunications of Indiana University (IU) located in Bloomington, Indiana, offers a cutting-edge technological education in a friendly atmosphere. The program includes courses in promotional and marketing strategies, multimedia design, radio and television production, processes and effects, and industry and management.

The Department of Telecommunications is part of the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University. The curriculum offers all the benefits of a liberal arts education, along with flexible major requirements.
- MA Telecommunications
- PhD Mass Communications
- MS Telecommunications
- Certificate in New Media & Interactive Storytelling
- Certificate in Game Studies
and many more ...
3. Valparaiso University
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Study for a Bachelor Degree in Data Science at the accredited Valparaiso University in Northern Indiana!

Situated in Porter County IN, just one hour south-east of Chicago, Valparaiso University is a selective, independent Lutheran institution. We offer more than 70 majors in five undergraduate colleges - including the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Data Science.

Mathematics and statistics programs hone quantitative analysis skills that can be applied to any number of fields — or pursued simply for the expansion of human knowledge.
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Data Science:

- Minimum of 40 credit hours required

Course modules include:
- Introduction to Data Science
- Data Mining and Applications
- Data Science Colloquium
- Data Science Capstone
- Computational Linear Algebra
- Scientific Visualization
- Advanced Topics in Data Science
- Applied Data Science
4. Purdue University Calumet Instructional Technology Graduate Programs
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Purdue University Calumet is an accredited regional campus of Purdue University located in Hammond, Indiana (25 minutes from Chicago), offering a Master of Science and post baccalaureate certification programs in Instructional Technology. Purdue Calumet's School of Education graduates more teachers, principals, and school counselors than any program in Northern Indiana. The School of Education is an NCATE accredited school. Our programs received particular praise from NCATE examiners for the faculty and staff’s commitment to diversity, including students with special needs.
- Master of Science in Education, Instructional Technology
(online or hybrid/traditional; 33 credit hours)

- Certificate in Instructional Technology
(15 credit hours)

- Master of Science in Education
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