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Profile: Now in its fourth year, William Paterson's full-time undergraduate program enrolls more than 50 full-time students. Among the school's attractions are its proximity to New York City, and the fact that it resides in a business school accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Besides the bachelor's degree, the university offers a certificate program for working executives. Another advantage, according to the program's founder, Lukas Dean, is "that we have added professional sales training into [the] curriculum." The school said three of its students took the CFP exams in 2011; two passed.

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