20064 620 Michigan Ave., N.E.
The Catholic University of America was founded in 1887 in the name of the Catholic Church in the United States by Pope Leo XIII and the bishops of this country as a national institution of learning. Today the private and coeducational campus has approximately 3,470 undergraduate and 3,240 graduate students from all 50 states and 97 countries enrolled in 12 schools of architecture and planning, arts and sciences, canon law, engineering, law, library and information science, Metropolitan College, music, nursing, philosophy, social service, and theology and religious studies. Eighty-eight percent of undergraduates and 61 percent of graduate students are Catholic.
The Intensive English Program (IEP) was established in 1983 for undergraduate and graduate international students whose application to an academic program needs the support of further training in English. The school offers nine-week session during the summer and a concurrent six-week session. Instruction is at least 20 hours per week.
Nine- week session - $ 1,980 per course.
Six- week session - $1,485 per course.