Western Connecticut State University is located in Danbury, Connecticut. It is a four-year state university offering degrees ranging from associate degrees to the doctorate. It was founded in the city of Danbury in 1903. It is known for its security and law enforcement degree programs and enrolls about 6,200 students.
The campus of Western Connecticut State University is located on over three hundred and ninety acres of land. Nearly all of Western Connecticut State students are enrolled as full time students. There are four schools under Connecticut college accreditation. The four schools under Connecticut State include Ancell School of Business, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Visual and Performing Arts, School of Professional Studies, and Division of Graduate Studies.
The most common degree programs at Western Connecticut State University are Education and Teaching, Business and Management, Liberal Arts, Security and Law Enforcement, Therapy and Counseling, Media, Nursing and Emergency Medicine, Family and Social Work, Art Studies, Nursing, Science, Medical Administration, Mathematics, Fine Arts, Computer Science Engineering, Drama and Performing Arts, Medical Support and Technology, and Medicine.