Everglades University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about our accreditation.
Welcome to Everglades University!
Everglades University is an accredited, private not-for-profit university offering bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. We offer undergraduate degrees in Alternative and Renewable Energy Management, Environmental Policy and Management, Construction Management, Land and Energy Management, Surveying Management for Construction and Roadway, International Business, Alternative Medicine, Aviation/Aerospace, Hospitality Management, Business Administration, and Crisis & Disaster Management. In addition, we offer graduate degrees in Public Health Administration, Business Administration, Aviation Science, and Entrepreneurship. Concentrations are available. With small class sizes, innovative degree programs, and convenient scheduling to accommodate working students and adult learners, our university is committed to student success. Everglades University has partnered with USGBC and Pearson to deliver a structured curriculum to support education in; sustainability, alternative & renewable energy, alternative medicine & promoting wellness and building green (via the LEEDS certification in Construction Management) because we believe it is critical not only to future generations and sustaining business models, but also to protecting and sustaining our planet.
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What is Hospitality Management? If you’ve ever been on a cruise, stayed in a hotel, or dined in an upscale restaurant, chances are, a hospitality manager was behind the scenes, making sure things were running smoothly. A hospitality manager is a person on a hotel, casino or cruise ship who…
If you’re like many students considering a career in environmental policy or management, you have a clear sense of purpose. You want to conserve natural resources for future generations while also meeting the needs of today’s society. While the issues are challenging and complex, it’s a critically important role that’s…
It’s clear that the future of the construction industry is going green. Sustainability is becoming increasingly relevant in new building and construction projects around the world. In fact, the International Labor Organization estimates that green construction projects will create more than 6.5 million jobs by 2030. If you’re considering a…