About the University of Newcastle, Delaware, USA. Registration No.3562575. Accredited, online, American university.

University of Newcastle’s mission is to provide high-quality, innovative degree and certificate programs that enable students to enhance their professional and civic lives. Its online programs are focused exclusively on healthcare with national and programmatically accredited degrees at the Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral levels. its Law Practitioner program is approved in most states.

The university has been established in the State of Delaware. The USA committed to creating innovative ways to help students succeed with the guiding principles of quality outcomes and exceptional service. The University provides students with a dedicated success advisor, and a personalized dashboard that offers 24/7, one-click access to classrooms, library and all other student services.

The Empowered Classroom™ is University of Newcastle’s learning ecosystem, curated by faculty, facilitated by advanced technologies, empowering individual student pathways to learn and outcomes by developing competencies that create confidence for professional and civic leadership.

The University offers a unique, semester-based bachelor’s program. With a focus on keeping tuition low and student satisfaction, outcomes and completions high, the University has a graduation rate of 81 percent (88 percent bachelors), 95+ percent student satisfaction for many years, while more than 60 per cent of its students graduate debt-free.

The University of Newcastle was founded in 2006 when three nationally accredited institutions merged: the Graduate School of Management, University of Newcastle (Wilmington, Delaware), and the Newcastle Law School was formed as part of the External Law programs offered worldwide. University Chancellor fund supports the law school.

With its Learning and Examination Centers in Malaysia, Thailand, China, South American and South-East Asia Newcastle has some 180+ full-time and adjunct faculty members (more than 70 percent hold doctorates), and more than 90 academic administrators and staff.