Contact:
Susan Thompson
The University of
Nevada/Las Vegas

Box 451021
4505 Maryland Pkwy.
Las Vegas, NV 89154-1021
Tel (702) 895-3896 or
Fax (702) 895-4147
http://www.unlv.edu
University of Nevada - Las Vegas
Las Vegas, Nevada 89154-1021 USA

Application Fee: $55
Minimum TOEFL score: 550 (paper)

2002/2003 Expenses:
Tuition: $5,130
Room/Board:
$3,000

Number of International Students: 900
Number of Countries Represents: 75
Countries Most Represented: Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China, Indonesia

International Students Organization on Campus:
Asian Students Association
Association of Turkish Academics
Chinese Student and Scholar Association
English Language Center Club
Filipino American Student Association
German Club
Japanese Social Club
Korean American Student Association
League of United Latin American Citizens

Majors Offered: Accounting, Advanced Practice Nursing, Analytical Chemistry, Anthropology, Applied Mathematics, Architecture, Art/Fine Arts, Biological and Biomedical Sciences—General, Business Administration and Management—General, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Communication—General, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Counseling Psychology, Criminal Justice and Criminology, Curriculum and Instruction, Dance, Economics, Educational Administration, Educational Measurement and Evaluation, Educational Media/Instructional Technology, Educational Psychology, Education—General, Electrical Engineering, Elementary Education, Engineering and Applied Sciences—General, English, English as a Second Language, English Education, Environmental Biology, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Ethics, Exercise and Sports Science, French, Geosciences, Health Physics/Radiological Health, Higher Education, History, Hospitality Management, Kinesiology and Movement Studies, Leisure Studies, Marriage and Family Therapy, Mass Communication, Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Mechanical Engineering, Middle School Education, Music, Music Education, Nursing—General, Physical Therapy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology—General, Public Policy and Administration, Rehabilitation Counseling, School Psychology, Secondary Education, Social Work, Sociology, Spanish, Special Education, Statistics, Theater, Vocational and Technical Education, Water Resources, Writing