GOALS

To maintain an excellent online educational process by continuously reviewing and improving the quality standards with the implementation of an organizational evaluation system.

To apply a systematic design of instruction that guarantees the effectiveness of the instructional process by writing an instructional design handbook and training faculty in the application of the handbook’s content.

To assure a high quality teaching process by maintaining a faculty with the highest qualifications. To constantly improve our technological resources with modern hardware, software and communications equipment.

To foster online learning communities with the delivery of academic and social forums and other communication tools.

To instill in our instructors that human concerns need to be recognized in the classroom and should be dealt with.

To promote scientific research by organizing specific fields within the academic programs.

To promote educational projects for different populations that contribute to the acquisition of the new academic, technical or professional skills.

To prepare our students for a competitive global market by developing a critical and free­thinking leadership training.

To offer affordable programs in accordance with our commitment of recognizing accessibility to all socioeconomic groups.

UNAD Florida is authorized by the Commission for Independent Education of the State of Florida under license #2900, to offer bachelor, master, and doctorate programs and grant the respective diplomas.  However, UNAD Florida is not accredited. 
 
Accreditation is a private, optional, and impartial process that promotes quality standards and maintains strict anonymity until completion. Accrediting organizations are private, non-governmental institutions that analyze specific criteria and have no bearing on the legality of an educational institution. Therefore, accreditation neither validates nor questions the legality of an educational institution. 
 
Accreditation does not guarantee credit recognition by other institutions or ensure graduate acceptance by employers, as stated on the US Department of Education website. Acceptance is always the responsibility of the receiving organization or employer. 
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