Things are a little upside-down at Johnson & Wales University, and that's just the way the school likes it. The private, not-for-profit, accredited institution provides what it calls an upside-down curriculum, allowing students to take courses in their major during the first year, so they learn right away if their career choice is right for them. At the end of two years of study, students earn an associate's degree and the opportunity to go on to earn a bachelor's degree. Founded in 1914, the school enrolls more than 14,000 graduate, undergraduate and online students across its four campuses in Colorado, Florida, North Carolina, and Rhode Island instructed by more than 600 faculty members.
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