Founded in 1881, Dakota State University (DSU) prides itself as the first teacher-education institute in the Dakota Territory. In addition, DSU provides quality instruction in a myriad of fields, such as business, computer information systems, electronic data processing, and more. The school also offers certificate, undergraduate and graduate programs online to reach a broader audience, including courses in business management, computer programming, health care administration, professional communication, and other careers to open avenues to a successful, rewarding career.
specializes in healthcare, and wellness programs designed to help students attain greater success in their desired career field and enhance their marketability in today's workforce. With over 30 years' experience in instructing adult learners, the school now offers the same quality education online, designed to give each student the ability to learn at his or her convenience.
For 80 years, has been providing education that prepares students for the real challenges they will face in the working place by brining the real world into the classroom. Its five colleges focus on today's more relevant areas of study, offering associate, bachelor's, and master's programs that cover 34 different career fields. The school understands the difficulty faced by many adult students, that they have a job, a family, a life to plan their education around. To that end, DeVry offers online programs to facilitate earning a degree despite enrollees' hectic schedule.
online offers a series of Masters in Education programs designed for working teachers who wish to advance their careers and increase their pay. The programs offered are MAED's in Elementary Education, English as a Second Language and Reading. The Master's programs can be taken whenever and wherever the students want to, so long as an Internet connection is available.
Located in Springfield, Missouri, Drury University is a private liberal arts college offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Since its founding in 1873, the college has grown to offer over 70 college majors and programs. The college currently has a student body of just over 1,600 traditional day students and 4,000 graduate and continuing studies students. Drury offers many online associate's, bachelor's, and master's degrees in both liberal arts and career-oriented fields.