Flexible Online Degrees for Busy Adults
Many of our adult and graduate programs are available in a fully online format, with all courses offered through a learning management system. As an online student, you maintain the flexibility to earn your degree at your own pace and receive the exact same degree as you would in a traditional classroom setting. We find that our online programs are most popular with busy adults who strive to find a balance between work, family and school.
All online courses are taught in a flexible, virtual environment that is designed to both engage and challenge students. Students taking online courses are given access to an incredible array of e-learning resources to help them succeed.
Click on the programs below to learn more about each degree and/or apply for enrollment.
Master of Business Administration (MBA) (Learn More)
Designed for professionals tasked with ensuring success in today's business operations
MBA with Health Care Administration Concentration (Learn More)
Intended for individuals seeking advanced leadership roles within the health care industry
M.S. Management and Leadership (Learn More)
Focuses on key areas of management integrated with the best leadership practices
M.Ed. Classroom Leadership (Learn More)
Concentrations available in: Literacy, Learning Disabilities, Gifted and Talented, Early Childhood Special Education
Ed.D. Curriculum and Assessment (Learn More)
Starting Fall 2018. This Ed.D. program is pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
RN to BS in Nursing (Learn More)
Intended for RN nurses looking to complete their bachelor's degree.
B.S. Business Administration (Learn More)
Concentrations available in: Human Resource Management, Management, Supply Chain Management
B.S. Early Childhood and Family Studies (Learn More)
Intended for individuals with a deep passion for influencing young lives in grades pre-K through third grade.
B.S. Human Services (Learn More)
Intended for individuals seeking more advanced work in the human services field
A.A. General Studies (Learn More)
Take core classes in English, science, technology, communication and history to further your career.