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What courses does Rochville University offer?

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Rochville University offers associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral programs online in various fields of art, business, criminal justice, engineering and health. A comprehensive list of majors appears on the university's official website.

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The university's bachelor's degree programs require 125 credits, and applicants must have a high school diploma or its equivalent to enroll. Professional training and military service may be converted into academic credits. The master's program requires 65 credits, and applicants must have a bachelor's degree. Applicants for doctorate programs must have a master's degree and a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better.

The bachelor's and master's programs offer 15 majors each and the doctorate program offers 11 more specialized majors. The cost per credit hour varies for each degree program. Each program takes two to four years to complete depending on the student's schedule.

Rocheville University, which was established in 2001, traces its origins to Salem Kureshi in Karachi, Pakistan. Rocheville is accused of being a diploma mill offering illegitimate academic degrees, according to The New York Times. The university's claimed accreditations are not recognized in the United States and many jurisdictions restrict or make unlawful the use of credentials from unaccredited schools. The Better Business Bureau gave Rocheville's sister school, Belford High School, an F grade for its 135 consumer complaints accumulated over three years.

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