University of San Diego

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University of San Diego

  • San Diego
  • California
  • USA

The University of San Diego (USD), a private Roman Catholic university in California, United States, originally opened its doors in 1949 and started as a college for women in 1952. Two years later, San Diego College for Men and the School of Law opened. In 1972, the previous colleges and others got emerged and formed into what is now the University of San Diego; however, it has been fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges since 1956. The students of USD are the future leaders who have been well-prepared to challenge the world, through their educational processes within nine various colleges and schools, 42 baccalaureate degrees, and several degrees in the master's and doctorate programs. The beautiful 16th century architectural style, and beaches, mountains, downtown and the Mexican border of the universities’ campus is what makes it even more unique.

University of San Diego: is accredited from the following countries (based on major)

  • Oman Oman
  • Jordan Jordan
  • Syria Syria
  • Palestine Palestine
  • Lebanon Lebanon
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  • Egypt Egypt
  • Sudan Sudan
  • Libya Libya
  • Algeria Algeria
  • Morocco Morocco
  • Yemen Yemen
  • About location of University of San Diego

  • LOCATIONCity: San Diego          Population: 1356000

San Diego is an American coastal city located in southern California. It is not only the second largest city in USA, but also one of the most popular coastal cities in America. The city is known for its temperate spring climate and numerous beaches such as Pacific Beach, Moonlight, and Cornado. This beautiful city has many attractions, including the Baroque bridge that links the city's two halves, Balboa Park (one of the famous historical tourist sites), the San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, USS Midway Museum, and the port village, which offers many large shopping centers and restaurants that serve delicious seafood. The city has a network of electric trains and organized buses, including San Diego International Airport, and receives millions of tourists, visitors and students every year.