Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1866 as a public institution based in rural Kutztown that provides a liberal arts and sciences education. The admissions process is rated as “selective.” A majority of students choose to study business administration and management, psychology, or criminal justice and safety studies. The university operates several facilities, including a TV production studio, planetarium, observatory, and cartography lab, as well as the Wallops Island marine science consortium in Virginia.
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