|University Motto||Enter to learn, go forth to serve|
|President||Kevin J. Worthen|
|Year of establishment||October 16, 1875|
|Address||Brigham Young University Provo, UT 84602|
Brigham Young University
Many students (88 percent of men, 33 percent of women) either delay enrollment or take a hiatus from their studies to serve as LDS missionaries.
The Brigham Young University is a Private university located in Provo.
The Brigham Young University was founded in October 16, 1875.
The current president of Brigham Young University is Kevin J. Worthen.
According to verified online sources, the Brigham Young University enrolls a total of 29582 students.
According to the main website, the Brigham Young University has a total student population of 26674 undergraduate students and 2908 graduate students.
For graduate school, you will find here 92 master’s degrees combining online and on-campus programs.
The Brigham Young University business school provides management education through programs designed to equip future leaders with the tools for success in both corporate and public positions.
The Brigham Young University offers a wide variety of business degrees, including, among others, the Bachelor of Business Administration and Management and the Bachelor of Business and Commerce. Click here to see all Brigham Young University Business Programs
Brigham Young University is aware that registered nurses are the backbone of the medical field, that's why Brigham Young University offers nurses accredited nursing programs to earn a diploma or associates degree.
The Brigham Young University also offers the highly demanded Bachelor of Science in Nursing to registered nurses (RN to BSN), a program that will open up even more job opportunities to practicing nurses.
Nurses holding a BSN degree can take leadership roles within a hospital or medical practice, and even hold management positions. Click here to see all Brigham Young University Nursing Programs
The Brigham Young University is aware of the importance of technical education since the University opened in October 16, 1875.
The school offers programs combining both theoretical and hands-on classes.
You will find 16 engineering degrees listed here, including their Bachelor of Chemical Engineering and their Bachelor of Civil Engineering. These are just two among a variety of engineering programs in Brigham Young University. Click here to see all Brigham Young University Engineering
Health Related Progams are available throughout Brigham Young University’s health colleges and schools.
From undergraduate programs to residencies and fellowships, Brigham Young University’s combination of classroom and hands-on medical training make Brigham Young University’s health programs some of the most competitive in the country. Click here to see all Brigham Young University Health Related Progams
Degrees in public administration provide a background for those interested in pursuing careers in governmental agencies, non-governmental organizations and management in public institutions. The Brigham Young University offers 5 programs for all students aspiring for careers in public service. Programs such as Bachelor of Public Relations and Image Management or Bachelor of Public Health Education and Promotion have been developed by experienced leaders for professional careers in public service. Click here to see all Brigham Young University Public Administration Programs