Whether you just completed your undergraduate program, in the middle of a master’s degree, or contemplating a doctorate degree, where you live is an important factor in life. Going back and forth between home and campus is a lot easier when you live less than 10 minutes away. That’s why our Highlands apartments in Louisville are perfect for anyone who works or studies at the University of Louisville.
Highland Station sits less than 4 miles away from campus where they offer a multitude of graduate programs for those that are wishing to continue their education. From a Master’s of Science in Nursing to a Doctor of Education, the University of Louisville has an expansive list of graduate programs to choose from.
Here’s a closer look at the university and some of the graduate and professional programs they have to offer – just minutes away from our apartments in Highlands Louisville.
What is the University of Louisville all about?
The University of Louisville provides undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs to develop engaged citizens, scholars, and leaders. It is a state-supported research school that joined the university system in 1970, however, it was originally established in 1798. The University has three campuses, with the largest 287-acre Belknap Campus located just outside of downtown Louisville.
A Few Stats
- Approximate total student body: 22,459
- Faculty members: 6,872
- Mascot: Cardinal
- Athletic conference: Atlantic Coast Conference
- Alumni: More than 148,000
- 98% of graduates employed within 6 months
The University of Louisville offers a long list of graduate programs for students interested in pursuing a Master’s or Doctoral program. Through their graduate courses, the University of Louisville advances preparation for those who are planning on becoming teachers and leaders in sciences and humanities.
For those interested in earning a Ph.D., the university offers dozens of programs. Biology, chemistry, nursing, and social work are just a few of the many PhDs students can earn. If a Masters of Science is more your speed, look into the school’s MS in criminal justice, geography, or pharmacology. Are you more on the creative side? The University of Lousiville provides numerous Masters of Arts programs including art, art history, English, Spanish, and Women’s Studies.
In addition to their Ph.D.programs, students can participate in earning an AuD (Doctor of Audiology), DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice), EdD (Doctor of Education), or EdS (Specialist in Education).
School of Medicine
The University of Louisville School of Medicine opened as the Louisville Medical Institute in 1837. It’s one of the oldest medical schools in North America and the 9th oldest in the country. Researchers at the University’s School of Medicine were the first to implant an artificial heart, complete the first successful hand transplant in the world, and provided the first proof that adult nasal stem cells can grow to become other cells.
The well-known and accomplished School of Medicine offers dual-degree programs including MD/MS, MD/MA, MD/MBA, MD/MPH, and MD/Ph.D. degrees where students can be a part of the school’s many new and exciting innovations in health and medicine. Learn more about the University of Louisville School of Medicine and their many Masters and Doctoral programs on their website.
School of Dentistry
Another advanced education program offered near our Highlands apartments in Louisville is the dentistry program at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry (ULSD). The school provides education through state-of-the-art technology and simulation. ULSD exposes their students to biomedical research to help enhance their educational experience and gives them the knowledge and skills they need to become a dental professional. There is even an on-campus dental clinic where the public is provided with general dental treatments by students.
The ULSD program is accredited by The Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association. Learn more about their School of Dentistry program here.
Louis D. Brandeis School of Law
Established in 1846, the U of L Brandeis School of Law is the oldest law school in the state of Kentucky and the fifth oldest in the United States under continuous operation. Much like the School of Medicine, the School of Law offers numerous dual-degree programs that allow students to earn an MBA, MSW, MA in humanities, M.Div., MA in political science, and MUP in urban planning while attaining their J.D.
The school offers students a to chance gain experience on moot court teams, working at the law clinic, in competitions, and working on law journals. According to the University’s 2017 ABA-required disclosures, 95% of the Class of 2017 was employed within just nine months of graduation. More information on the U of L’s Louis D. Brandeis School of Law can be found on their website.
World-Class Graduate Programs Minutes from Our Highlands Apartments
Living close to campus is important when you have a rigorous work or academic schedule. That’s why Highland Station is the ideal choice for students and faculty of the University of Louisville. Make sure to book your tour of our Highlands apartments in Louisville today to see the convenience and luxury offered at Highland Station for yourself.