The History of Broadview University
Broadview University was founded in 1977 as the Bryman School. Originally located in downtown Salt Lake City, the school’s initial focus was on medical assisting. Over the years, the school expanded and added new programs to reflect the changing job market and to meet students’ needs. With the expansion came a new school name: Utah Career College. As Utah Career College, the school was granted permission to award Associate of Applied Science degrees in 1995 and in 2006 began awarding Bachelor of Science degrees.
Expansion of Utah Career College
In 2000, Utah Career College moved to its current location in West Jordan, expanding in 2005 to occupy three buildings at its West 7800 South address. In 2007, a second campus opened in Layton; and a third campus was established in Orem in 2008.
Transition to Broadview University and continued growth
In June 2010, Utah Career College changed its name to Broadview University to better reflect the educational opportunities provided to its students. In addition to a wide range of diploma, associate of applied science and bachelor of science degree programs currently offered, Broadview University added four bachelor of fine arts degree programs in entertainment arts and its first graduate degree program, a master of science in management.
Broadview University returned to Salt Lake City in 2010, as it opened a fourth campus, BEAU which offers students degree programs in entertainment arts.
In 2011, Broadview University expanded across state lines, with a campus in Boise, ID.
View a full list of degree and diploma programs offered at Broadview University.
For more information
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