14 Locations in Florida
Keiser University: Hold on to your schooling
You go to school to learn and apply new knowledge to a future career. So wouldn't it be nice if you
could actually remember the stuff you study? What if you could go to school and really retain—even
use—the information you invest so much of your precious time trying to learn? Why pay for an education
that bombards you with information in a way that gives you no hope of recalling it when you need it?
One course at a time. That's how students at Keiser University do it. For more than 35 years, Keiser
has been a magnet for students in Florida seeking a hands-on learning experience that allows them to
focus in a way that course overload never will. The scheduling of just one course at a time (four to
five hours a day) ensures that you retain far more of the knowledge you're there to absorb. Plus, class
starts for all programs occur every month so there is never a lengthy wait for admission. Even better,
you choose which of Keiser's multiple campuses to attend.
- Associate degree, bachelor's degree, graduate certificate, and master's degree programs (varies by campus)
- Day, evening, and online classes
- Financial aid to those who qualify*
- Job placement assistance is available
- Military-friendly, Keiser University offers scholarships to qualified active duty personnel, retirees,
- SOC member and Yellow Ribbon program participant
- Approved for veterans training
Retain more of what you learn. One course at a time. Get started today!
Keiser University Locations
- Daytona Beach,
- Fort Lauderdale,
- Fort Myers, Florida
- Lakeland, Florida
- Melbourne, Florida
- Miami, Florida
- Orlando, Florida
- Pembroke Pines,
- Port St. Lucie,
- Sarasota, Florida
- Tampa, Florida
- West Palm
Keiser University Programs
Computers & Technology
Design & Drafting
Legal & Criminal Justice
More about Keiser University
Keiser University offers a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, and Management
Information Systems, and Associate Degree programs in Business, Computers, Technology, Health, and Culinary
careers which allow you to begin your new career in as little as 18 months.
A Career-First Curriculum
Keiser University's curriculum stresses career-oriented coursework that prepares graduates for success
in their chosen field.
Small Class Sizes
The small classes allow for increased interaction between faculty and students. At Keiser University,
students come first.
Personalized Financial Planning
Keiser University's financial aid associates will personally guide students through the process of funding
Graduate Employment Assistance
Upon graduation, Keiser University's Student Services Department will assist you with your job search
Keiser University Accreditation Information
*Certificate programs are not eligible for federal financial aid.