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The University of Scranton is a private Jesuit university in Scranton, Pennsylvania. It was established in 1888 by William O'Hara, the first Bishop of Scranton. The university grants undergraduate degrees (Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science) in 65 majors. The students may likewise use numerous pre-professional concentrations, such as pre-medical, pre-law, and pre-dental. The university additionally has an Honours Programme and the SJLA (Special Jesuit Liberal Arts) Programme in which selected students to complete courses in moral philosophy, ethics, theology, and the humanities in addition to their normal course. The university also allows graduate degrees in 29 fields, ranging from Accounting and Chemistry to Software Engineering and Theology. It also offers a Doctor of Physical Therapy program and Doctor of Nursing Practice. The Business Leadership Programme (BLDR), an honors program in the Kania School of Management (KSOM), teaches students the key segments of leadership. The program incorporates special sections of key business courses taught from the leadership perspective, leadership seminars, a mentor/internship program, and an independent leadership project. The program helps in preparing students' portfolios on the essence of leadership, as derived from participation in the program and defending their concepts of leadership before a faculty board. Financing education is a significant thought and the University of Scranton is sensitive to these difficulties. It is focused on furnishing the students and families with resources and options available to help meet educational expenses. The university gives extensive financial aid and scholarship program that incorporates grants, merit scholarships, loans, and work-study. Regularly scheduled payment and family tuition reduction plans are additionally accessible. Since its initiation in 2000, the Office of Fellowship Programs has prepared students to go after a wide scope of fellowships and scholarships, including the Goldwater, Truman, Udall, Rhodes, Marshall, Madison, and Ford Fellowships and the National Science Foundation and National Security Education Programme grants. In the program's 18 years of operation, 73 Scranton students have been named beneficiaries or finalists for some of the nation's most prestigious fellowships and scholarships.

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