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International Hispanic Online University Partners with Adams State College to Provide College Credit Courses Taught in Spanish

>PRWEB.COM Newswire

Springville, UT (PRWEB) August 09, 2011

The International Hispanic Online University, a provider of online college courses taught in Spanish, has partnered with Adams State College, a liberal arts college in Colorado, to offer online course content, taught in the Spanish language, modeled after university courses available in the United States.

“It’s my pleasure to announce that IHOU has signed an agreement with Adams State College to provide course credit to Spanish-speaking students who take courses in their native tongue," said IHOU’s President, Marvin Loflin. "Offering students the opportunity to take college courses in their native language will serve to increase the education attainment rate around the United States, thus helping higher education meet President Obama’s 2020 educational challenge.”

Students who choose to enroll in these courses will have the flexibility to study at times that fit into their busy lives, interact with Spanish speaking students around the world, and be able to take courses from the United States educational system in their native language. More information about this collaborate partnership can be found at http://www.ihou.org/asc.

About the International Hispanic Online University
The International Hispanic Online University, or IHOU, is an innovative provider of online education using Spanish as the language of instruction. IHOU is committed to providing students with the highest quality of online education and with the tools needed to complete their educational goals. For more information about IHOU, please visit http://www.ihou.org or call 1-800-379-9970.

About Adams State College
ASC was recently designated the Regional Education Provider for southern Colorado. Today, students can earn a bachelor's degree in any of 16 majors, with 28 minors and emphases. For more information visit their website, http://exstudies.adams.edu.

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