Learning online doesn’t mean learning alone
Maybe you’re working a full-time job. Maybe you’re a full-time parent. Maybe even both. Whatever your reason is, you need a degree that is flexible and allows you to attend class on your own time. But, you don’t like the idea of doing it alone. At Southern Wesleyan University, you won’t have to.
At some institutions earning a degree online means spending hours alone trying to navigate a maze of courses, assignments, and exams with no little or no help. But not at SWU.
We understand that returning to school is one of the biggest decisions you’ll over make, and that it can sometimes feel a bit overwhelming. Whether you have questions or just need some spiritual support, SWU is devoted to ensuring that you do not feel alone while earning your degree online.
Here, you’ll be part of a supportive, online community of students and staff. You’ll be assigned a dedicated advisor to help you succeed every step of the way, and you’ll be able to interact with your classmates through chat rooms, forums, email and virtual study sessions. Your professors will provide you with one-on-one feedback, and they’ll make themselves available through email, phone calls, messaging and video conferencing.
Whether balancing parenthood, a career, or both, we’re here to help you earn your degree every step of the way. At SWU, online does not mean alone.
Click on one of our online degree programs below to learn more. Applying online takes just 15 minutes.
Explore the flexible, online degree programs offered at SWU below:
Master of Business Administration (MBA) (Learn More)
Career-focused concentrations available. Designed for professionals tasked with ensuring success in today's business operations.
M.S. in Management and Leadership (Learn More)
Career-focused concentrations available. Focuses on key areas of management integrated with the best leadership practices.
M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision (Learn More)
Designed for South Carolina educators who plan to become principals at the building level and supervisors at the building and district level.
M.Ed. in Classroom Leadership (Learn More)
Endorsement coursework available for: Teacher Leader, Read to Succeed Literacy, Learning Disabilities, Gifted and Talented, Early Childhood Special Education.
Ed.D. in Curriculum and Assessment (Learn More)
Designed for professionals aspiring to be assessment and institutional effectiveness experts in education or nonprofit organizations.
RN to BS in Nursing (Learn More)
Intended for RN nurses looking to complete their bachelor's degree for greater career advancement opportunities.
B.S. in Business Administration (Learn More)
Concentrations available in: Accounting, Economics & Finance, General Business, Human Resources, Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management.
B.S. in 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. in Human Services (Learn More)
Intended for individuals seeking more advanced work in the human services field.
A.A. in General Studies (Learn More)
Take core classes in English, science, technology, communication and history to further your career.