Valdosta State University is a regional public university of the University System of Georgia. This large public college offers associate's through doctoral degrees through its College of Arts and Sciences, College of the Arts, Langdale College of Business Administration, James L. and Dorothy H. Dewar College of Education, College of Nursing, Division of Aerospace Programs, and Division of Social Work. In the schools' mission statement, Valdosta aims to "Expand the boundaries of current knowledge, and explore the practical applications of that knowledge, through excellence in scholarship and creative endeavors." The numerous online programs the university now offers are yet another way for Valdosta to achieve its mission and to serve more students.
Located outside of New York City and near LaGuardia Airport, Vaughn College is a small school specializing in aeronautics, management, engineering, and technology disciplines. Vaughn College currently offers certificates, associate's, bachelor's, and master's degree programs. The college is currently in the midst of a dramatic expansion; a new flight simulator lab, residence halls, academic facilities, and library have recently been built or are in development. The college has branched out to offer 7 programs online, including associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and certificates.
Founded in 1842 by Augustine Roman Catholic priests, maintains a tradition of professional education for students of all religious perspectives. Career-focused curriculum includes specialized degrees in Business, Contract Management, Six Sigma, Information Technology, and Project Management. Students may earn Certificate and Master Certificate credentials without ever entering a classroom.
is an extension of the twelve traditional campuses throughout the U.S. Since 1983, this private college has been offering education to help students launch into a new career or step up in their current field.
offers online courses in Business, Healthcare, Legal, and Computer Science. Through flexible schedules and experienced instructors, the institution strives to provide timely, cost-effective, career-enhancing education and practical experience students need in today's competitive workplace.
Webster University is a comprehensive private college located in Webster Groves, Missouri. The college offers undergraduate and graduate degrees through colleges of arts & sciences, fine arts, business & technology, communications, and education. The school focuses international education, which is reflected in its mission statement: "Our vision is to be a premier U.S- based international university setting a distinct standard for global education." The school serves approximately 22,000 traditional and online learners, with online programs available in undergraduate and graduate education, business & technology, and liberal arts and science areas.
has developed from a Morgantown school with an enrollment of six in 1867 to a large university with more than 35,000 students. In addition to the 191 bachelor's, master's, doctoral, and professional degree programs offered on campus, WVU complements its education with nearly 30 degrees online that meet the same rigorous standards as their on-campus counterparts. The Extended Learning format takes WVU courses around the state and around the globe through off-campus programming and distance technology in both graduate and undergraduate programs, fulfilling the school vision to promote a positive image of the University with effective programming, delivery of student services, and public service activities.
Founded in 1889, Western Carolina University educates more than 9,000 students. The university has a mission of providing quality education, preparing students to become responsible citizens, and expanding economic opportunities in the western region of North Carolina. The school has a diverse student body; students come from 32 countries and 38 states. The university also offers more than 220 undergraduate programs and more than 40 graduate-level programs, ranging from bachelor's degrees in the humanities to licensures in various education subjects. Prospective students not interested in traveling to the Cullowhee, NC campus can enroll in the university's distance education program, which provides both undergraduate and graduate degrees. The distance education undergraduate degrees are degree completion degrees (junior and senior level courses), which means that students must have already completed the minimum lower division coursework at regionally accredited institutions.
At ?a private, nonprofit, online university?your competence is the ultimate focus of every degree program. By emphasizing mastery of essential skills and knowledge as opposed to accumulating credit hours or seat time, WGU's innovative approach to online learning rewards focused, hard-working adult learners. Progress toward your degree is based on passing rigorous assessments (such as tests, projects, assignments, etc.) which measure your skills and knowledge in your field of study. We call it competency-based learning.
Founded in 1978, provides career education in Behavioral Science, Human Resources, Business, and Information Technology. With online learning flexibility, students can earn an Associate, Bachelor, or Master Degree from the comfort and convenience of mobile virtual classroom options. Post-Bachelor Certificates are also available in Accounting.