University of the Potomac Academics
University of the Potomac offers students the opportunity to learn from knowledgeable faculty members, many of whom have years of real world experience. This allows students to learn both practically and theoretically, while preparing for successful careers in business and technology fields that are in high demand.
The curriculum in our bachelor’s degree and associate’s degree programs are continually assessed and revised to ensure their applicability to the current market trends. We offer a multitude of programs and specializations. We offer associates and bachelor’s degrees in:
- Business management
- International business
- Information systems management
- Network security management
Potomac also offers an MBA program which covers a wide range of relevant business topics and gives students a competitive edge in the marketplace. The MBA program is also built on a flexible platform to allow students to complete their classes on their own schedule. University of the Potomac faculty and staff work individually with each of student to choose an academic pathway that best satisfies their career goals.
University of the Potomac realizes the competitive nature of the current job market and the need for job seeking professionals to differentiate themselves. This is why we currently offer concentrations in accounting, cyber security, general management, government contract management, healthcare management, international business, marketing and information systems management.
Further realizing the need for students to set themselves apart from competition, University of the Potomac offers students the opportunity to apply for the Theoretical Applications Project (TAP) Honors program. Qualified students are selected for admission into the program by academic and departmental chairs. The following are criteria for admission into the TAP Honors programs:
- A minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 by the end of an associate degree program.
- Employment with a college-approved mentor.
- A workplace visit and site approval by a TAP Chairperson or faculty member.