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Carver Western is an online university development project that is bringing a new paradigm and
Reinventing Online Learning
Students develop critical thinking, systems thinking skills and problem solving along with interpersonal
A New Paradigm
Online degree programs are situated within a simulated project oriented framework.
Foundations for Learning
We believe that strong academic foundations contribute to student success.
Welcome to Carver Western University
Carver Western is a new online university, which began in 2010 that is bringing a new paradigm and new technology for online learning. By the Fall term 2014, Carver Western University will be offering courses leading to certificates, associate and bachelor degrees.
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