Stanbridge University was founded in June of 1996 as Executive 2000. Our organization officially changed its name from Executive 2000, Inc. to Stanbridge College in August of 2004, then to Stanbridge University in January of 2017. We have operated from our present location since September 1997. Our curriculum began in 1996 with certificate programs in Information Technology and has since expanded to include programs in Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physical Therapist Assistant as well as associate and baccalaureate degrees in Information Technology and Nursing and master’s degrees in Nursing and Occupational Therapy.
Stanbridge University asserts that a high quality, accessible, and relevant education is the right of every individual. The central purpose of all programs and services offered by Stanbridge University is to prepare people for occupations and professions. As such, we are dedicated to meeting the learning needs of our students. To these ends, we offer and commit to the allocation of resources in support of a variety of programs. These programs are offered in ways that recognize the needs of a diverse, changing population. Stanbridge University’s programs provide an educational environment that allows students to meet their long-term learning needs. In a time of dynamic technological change, students are encouraged to address the impact of information systems on their academic and occupational planning.
Institutional Learning Outcomes
ILO1. Apply critical thinking skills to investigate issues or problems and use relevant and adequate support to reach conclusions.
ILO2. Demonstrate mastery in written communication skills by producing fluent, clear, and accurate writing assignments.
ILO3. Construct presentations that orally communicate a variety of messages using compelling language and support.
ILO4. Demonstrate information literacy and be able to apply information accurately and ethically to accomplish a specific purpose.
ILO5. Apply appropriate conclusions based on the quantitative analysis of data.
ILO6. Recognize, respect, and articulate the complexities of human diversity through professional, safe, and ethical professional practice.
ILO7. Value education, advocacy, and collaboration through leadership and a commitment to the public good.