Inter American University of Puerto Rico-Aguadilla

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Highest Degree Offered: Masters

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Semester

State: Puerto Rico

Description

The Aguadilla Campus of Inter American University has as its most fundamental undertaking the holistic formation of its students through an education of excellence at the undergraduate and graduate levels. In order to achieve this objective- all academic areas are strengthened by giving special attention to an interdisciplinary education and the integration of technology in all areas of knowledge. These areas are developed in accordance with political- economic- sociological- and cultural changes withing a global context.Campus efforts are directed toward the formation of a highly competent professional with scientific- humanistic- and technical expertise. All efforts are concentrated on developing self-motivated- creative- and receptive professionals who engage in both personal and professional development and whose command of bodies of knowledge enable them to adapt to change. Graduates are expected to meet workplace needs and by doing so serve society in many capacities.

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Total Students: 4467
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Faculty: 76

Total Student/Faculty Ratio: 59:1
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Address:
Barrio Corrales Sector Calero
Aguadilla Puerto Rico 602

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Main Phone: 787-891-0925 ext 2100

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