Founded in 1957 in the Hayward Hills, California State University East Bay has grown to become a leader in higher education in the eastern San Francisco Bay Area. The university continues to be a mirror of the Bay Area's multicultural population, with just under 13,000 undergraduate and graduate students. CSU East Bay now offers many online degrees and certificate programs, to further achieve its mission of being a high-access educational option for those in the Bay Area and nationwide.
Campbellsville University is a private Christian college located in Campbellsville Kentucky, with a student body of approximately 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The university offers programs at every level, from the pre-professional certificate to the doctoral degree. Associated with the Southern Baptist Convention, this relatively small college welcomes students of all denominations and possesses a strong national and international presence in its student population. The school now offers certificates, associate's, bachelor's, and master's degrees through online and blended learning, in ministry, education, and social science areas.
Founded in 1991, offers online degree learning in Public Safety, Business, and Technology. Over 30,000 students earn degrees while preparing for professional entry-level and advanced career opportunities - all without entering a classroom.
Capitol College is a private college with the aim of combining high quality academics with career-focused training. The college was founded in 1927 in Lauren, Maryland, and offers undergraduate and graduate programs in computer science, engineering, business, and information technology areas. The college structures its programs so that graduates demonstrate employability, communication skills, intellectual grounding, and professionalism. Capitol College currently offers over a dozen master's degrees and certificates online in several technical focuses.
offers online career education for those wishing to study health care and renewable energy. These courses offer students who are unable to attend Carrington College California's campuses, because of geographic, scheduling or other restrictions, the opportunity to earn a degree from the institution. The format of the interactive technology used in the degree programs allows students to maintain interaction with faculty and peers. Professors of these online classes are provided with specialized instruction which ensures that students learning in this medium are provided high quality education.
Founded in 1884, Central Christian College (CCC) has been providing quality education from a Christian worldview for more than 125 years from its campus at McPherson, Kansas. This 4-year evangelical Christian college offers more than 20 degree programs in science, business, ministry, and arts, featuring three Bachelor's Degree Completion Degree Programs in Healthcare Administration. The academic process seeks to prepare students to be academically competent, socially responsible, professionally astute, service oriented, and spiritually mature in their faith in Jesus Christ.
Formerly the Washington State Normal School founded in 1891, Central Washington University (CWU) is a comprehensive university boasting more than 100 majors. CWU launched the "Finish Line" online campus in 2011 and currently offers baccalaureate and graduate degrees in fields including liberal studies, information technology, instructional leadership, and paramedicine. The effort to make quality higher education accessible has attracted more students to Finish Line than any Distance Learning program offered by other universities in Washington.
Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Chatham University encompasses three distinct colleges: Chatham College for Women, The College for Graduate Studies, and the College for Continuing and Professional Studies. The women's college offers undergraduate education, while the graduate and professional studies programs offer master's degrees, doctoral degrees, and professional certificates. Chatham is a relatively small college, with 2,200 students enrolled. The College for Continuing and Professional Studies currently offers 10 online degree programs.
Founded in 1867, Clarion University offers undergraduate and graduate programs through its campus in Clarion, Pennsylvania and online. The college enrolls approximately 7,000 students in certificate programs and associate's, bachelor's, and master's degree programs. Clarion has a faculty-student ratio of 1:19 and an average class size of 26 students. The college's student body represents 45 U.S. states and 31 countries. The university offers over a dozen online programs, including certificates and degrees in professional and liberal arts disciplines.
The College of Southern Nevada is a junior college offering career-oriented training and transfer degree programs. With campuses throughout southern Nevada, CSN serves the most ethnically diverse student body of any Nevada college. The college offers over 200 academic programs, including 30 totally online degrees and certificates. CSN offers academic programs through schools of advanced & applied technologies; arts & letters; business, hospitality, & public services; education, behavioral, & social sciences; health sciences, science & mathematics; workforce & economic development; and apprenticeship studies.