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Why a bachelor’s degree?

Career growth

Workers with a bachelor’s degree, on average, can earn a median salary up to $21,500 higher than those who have not completed their degree.¹

Online flexibility

Using innovative technology, our programs transform the undergraduate learning experience, offering flexibility and community online.

Collaborative connections

All online programs allow you to collaborate with peers and faculty while exploring your passions and developing in-demand skills.

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Earn your bachelor’s online from a leading university

Whether you have some college experience or are just beginning your journey, our online Bachelor’s programs offer you the opportunity to earn your degree in a high-demand field from a respected, recognized university. All programs are fully accredited and are designed and delivered by university faculty. As a student, you will complete self-paced, weekly coursework and join a global community of your peers in live, online classes. You will also have access to comprehensive support from an admissions counselor, an academic advisor, and career services.
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Frequently asked questions

To enroll in a Bachelor’s program, select your program of interest and complete the form or begin an application. You will be contacted by an admissions counselor, who can answer any questions and help you with the process.

Typically our Bachelor’s programs require minimum earned credits and GPA demonstrating previous satisfactory academic performance. Some programs also consider work and life experience when evaluating candidates . Each program has its own set of requirements, so please contact your selected program of interest directly.

A high-quality online education includes both engaging, face-to-face classes and opportunities to explore course topics independently, all under the guidance of expert faculty. Self-paced, interactive coursework includes video lectures, collaborative discussion, and question-and-answer boards.

¹ Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved Nov. 5, 2021, from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics