Lincoln University is a private non-profit university located in Oakland, California. It is a small institution, with around 400 students. The university was founded in 1926 and was named in honor of President Abraham Lincoln. The institution's first officers were Benjamin Lickey and Edward J. Silver. It was initially founded as a program for returning soldiers from World War I and other interested adults to pursue law classes on a part time basis. A few years later, the university began offering more courses, such as commerce, business administration, foreign trade and public speaking.
Currently, Lincoln University offers several degree programs: an Associate of Science in Diagnostic Imaging, a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, a Master of Business Administration and a Doctor of Business Administration. Lincoln also has certificate programs in medical assisting, ultrasound technology and an Intensive English Program (IEP).
As a small institution, Lincoln has about 50 staff members. This makes it attractive for those who want to work in academia but would rather work for a smaller, more tight knit institution. Employees get competitive salaries and a standard benefits package with paid holidays, vacation time, health insurance and a retirement savings plan.
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