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From its campus in Reno, Nevada, University of Nevada-Reno awards degrees as a top school. The institution offers a variety of degrees and courses. The school offers academic and technical tracks to help students meet a variety of professional goals. Learners can earn an associate degree in two years, a bachelor's degree in four years, a master's degree in 1-2 years, or a doctoral degree in 3-7 years. Many schools no longer require admissions tests such as ACT or SAT scores. A waiver makes it easier to enroll. The admissions department can provide more information on the process. Learners also use financial aid to pay for their college degree. University of Nevada-Reno holds accreditation from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, an independent accrediting body.