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American International College
Place / State :Massachusetts
Address :Dean of Admissions, American International College, 1000state street, Spring field, MA-01109-3189
Contact : E-Mail - 1
Website :http://www.aic.edu 
Degree Awarded :,Associate,Bachelor's,Master's, Doctoral,
Area of Specialization :

Accounting, Adult and Continuing Education, Biochemistry, Biology/Biological Sciences, Business Administration/ Commerce/ Management, Bussiness Economics, Business Education, Chemistry, Communication, Computer Information System, Criminal Justice, (Pre)Dentistry Sequence, Early Childhood Education, Economics, Education, Elementary Education, English, Finance/Banking, History, Human Resources, Human Services, International Business, International Studies, Law Enforcement/Police Sciences, (Pre)Law Sequence, Liberal Arts/General Studies, Management Information System, Marketing/ Retailing/ Merchandising, Mathematics, Medical Technology, (Pre)Medicine Sequence, Middle School Education, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Philosophy, Physical Therapy, Political Science/Government, Psychology, Public Administration, Secondary Education, Social Science, Sociology, Spanish, Special Education, (Pre)Veterinary Medicine Sequence,

Institution Details :Founded in 1885, 58acre urban campus.
Student body:Coeducational
Institutional control :Independent


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  • Most Difficult: Out of the applicants, about 30% or fewer of the applicants were accepted who were in the top 10% of their high school class and scored over 1250 (1310 recentered ) on SATI (verbal and mathematical combined )or over 29 on the ACT (composite). 
  • Very Difficult: Out of the applicants, about 60% or fewer of the applicants were accepted who were in the top 10% of their high school class and scored over 1150 (1230) recentered) on the SAT I or over 26 on the ACT. 
  • Moderately Difficult: Out of the applicants, about 85% or fewer of the applicants were accepted who were in the top half of their high school class and scored over 900 (1010 recentered) on the SAT I or over 18 on the ACT. 
  • Minimally Difficult: Out of the applicants, up to 95% of the applicants were accepted who were not in the top half of their high school class and scored somewhat below 900(1010 recentered ) on the SAT I or below 19 on the ACT. 
  • Noncompetitive: Virtually all applicants were accepted regardless of high school rank or test scores.