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The school also offers Masters and Doctoral programs in areas such as Counseling, Electrical Engineering, Naturopathic Medicine, and Education.UB also has adult and continuing education/distance learning programs on their main campus, as well as their Stamford and Waterbury branch campuses, with a total of 125 different programs of study.Accordingly, you should confirm the accuracy and completeness of all posted information before making any decision related to any data presented on this site.The information on this web site is made available solely to protect the public.Enrollment declined in the 1970s and 1980s after the waves of baby boom and Vietnam era veterans eligible for the G. More than a third of the 50 campus buildings were empty.To cut costs, the university decided to terminate 50 tenured faculty, and asked the other faculty to accept a 30% wage cut.This led to the longest faculty strike in the history of American higher education. Greenwood, the president at the time, quit abruptly, and around 1,000 students left the school, contributing to the cash crisis.
In the upper right quadrant of the seal, the tree of life is shown, symbolizing personal and institutional growth.The lower left shows Bridgeport's seascape, illustrating the university's campus on Long Island Sound.The lower right quadrant shows the Perry Arch, representing tradition, solid foundations, and performance.The University is also accredited by the Board of Governors of the Connecticut Department of Higher Education.Academic programs range from associate degrees in areas such as Business Administration and Dental Hygiene, to Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, and Bachelor of Science degrees in areas such as Accounting, Psychology, Graphic Design, Computer Science, Mathematics, Biology, Music, Computer Engineering, and International Business.
Problems continued to plague the University; enrollment fell to 1,300 in 1991. Serious plans to merge the university with Sacred Heart fell through in 1992; the law school instead wanted to associate with Quinnipiac University, but Sacred Heart maintained that any takeover would have to include the Law School. A two-year faculty strike, started in the midst of the university's financial troubles, intensified when the trustees gave control to the PWPA.