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  • Academy of Art University Online

    With over 18,000 students, Academy of Art University, founded in 1929 by artists for artists, is the nation's largest accredited, private art and design university. The Academy guides students to creative professional futures. Alumni currently work at top companies such as Pixar, NBC, Apple, Nike and more.

  • Amberton University

    Amberton University is a non-profit, private Christian school originally founded in 1971 as an extension for Abilene Christian University. Since then Amberton has become an independent institution of higher learning with a plethora of bachelor's and master's degree programs. Given that Amberton has been providing distance learning designed to embrace "non-traditional" students from day one, the transition to online education was fluid, enabling the University to continue offering its trademark specialization of courses in Business Administration, Human Relations & Business, Human Resources & Training, and Professional Development to adult learners looking for a fulfilling educational experience and potentially rewarding future.

  • American Sentinel University

    is focused on more than just positioning you for success in your career today--we're committed to preparing you for tomorrow. We offer accredited associate, bachelor's, master's and doctorate programs in high-demand fields, and we design our curriculums to be forward thinking and market-relevant so that students can add value to their current and future organizations. With flexible delivery, outstanding student support services, and affordable tuition, we make the pursuit of your career dreams possible.

  • Anderson University

    Located in Anderson, South Carolina, Anderson University began as a female undergraduate institution, founded with ties to the Southern Baptist Convention. The college transitioned to become a coeducational junior college in 1929, and later transitioned to become a four-year university in subsequent years. In 2005, Anderson began offering graduate degrees. Today, the college offers undergraduate and graduate programs in liberal arts & sciences, Christian studies, business, education, interior design, music education, and visual & performing arts. AU currently offers seven online bachelor's and master's degrees.

  • Arizona State University

    provides distance learning options to students via ASU Online. Bachelor degrees in Liberal Studies and Interdisciplinary Studies are available entirely online. Students receive the same high-quality instruction as students attending physical campuses through ASU, but through flexible online learning from anywhere.

  • Ashworth College

    Founded in 1987, is a career-oriented online education institution providing training in business, healthcare, and criminal justice fields. Students may also develop specialized vocational skills or earn their high school diploma. Individually-guided study and flexible schedules enable busy adults to receive a quality education and prepare for a new career.

  • Azusa Pacific University

    is a career university focused on organizational leadership training with a Christian ethical foundation. Students may earn an Associate of Arts or Bachelor of Arts in Management.

  • Baker College Online

    Founded in 1911, provides career education via online teaching methods. Students receive professional training in Business, Computer Science, and Design. Programs include Certificate, Associate, Bachelor, and Master Degrees without ever entering a classroom and from the comfort of home.

  • Bay State College Online

    Opened in 1946 to provide career education and training for only the airlines industry, now offers Bachelor's degrees in Business, Fashion, and Entertainment Management, more than 60 years after its founding. Intending to provide students with a quality education that prepares them for professional careers and increasing levels of higher education, the school now brings the aim online, establishing a distant-learning environment where teaching excellence and student services are blended to support the uniqueness of individual students that rivals its physical campus.

  • Bismarck State College

    Created in 1939, Bismarck State College is a community college that offers associate's degrees and workforce training in the form of technical certificates and diplomas. Unlike other community colleges, Bismarck State College also offers full bachelor's degrees: approximately 20 bachelor's degree and several graduate degrees are offered on campus through the college's collaboration with other institutions in the University of North Dakota University System. The college also has a robust online program. Online students can choose from 16 online programs, including the Bachelor of Applied Science in Energy Management.