Lasell College, established in 1851, is one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in the Boston area and an innovator in education for over 150 years. It is a comprehensive coeducational college featuring more than 40 undergraduate and graduate academic programs as well as professionally oriented degrees. The school offers 100% online courses led by knowledgeable leaders and educators in their fields, enabling working professions to further their career or begin a brand new one.
A private Michigan university that features four on-site colleges (in Architecture, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Management), first launched its online programs in 2006, offering Master of Engineering Management, Master of Business Administration, and Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, in addition to certificate programs in Architecture Management, Nonprofit Management, and Project Management. The school has since expanded the online degree programs to include Educational Technology, Engineering Management, and Industrial Engineering in order to provide more educational opportunities for individuals seeking career or academic advancement in their field of interest.
As part of the world's largest evangelical university, is campus-based and has offered first-rate distance education since 1985. LU Online now has more than 50 degree programs and over 100 specializations in business, nursing, psychology, counseling, education, religion and more. See why over 65,000 students have chosen to study with Liberty University Online.
Initially founded as an industrial training institute to support the expanse of Louisiana in the early 20th century, has since grown to become a comprehensive university. The school is ranked as a Tier 1 institution by , and offers associate's, bachelor's, and master's degrees from five colleges. The university has a selective admissions process and some of the top retention and graduation rates among Louisiana public colleges.
was founded in 1961 by Dr. Robert G. Witty, who created the founding charter for the school and recruited pastors to act as its initial faculty. The school began in Jacksonville, FL, and quickly added students and faculty members; in 1988, Luther Rice constructed new facilities in Lithonia, Georgia and relocated its campus. The school currently specializes in distance education, and offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral programs in religion, theology, and ministry-related areas.
Lynn University is a small, coeducational liberal arts college with a decidedly international focus. Founded in Boca Raton, Florida in 1962, the college grants undergraduate and graduate degrees from schools of aeronautics, business & management, international communication, liberal education, music, education, and hospitality management. Lynn's small student body boasts students from 78 countries, and it has been ranked as the #1 international master's-granting institution in the south, by U.S. News & World Report. Lynn currently offers several undergraduate and graduate degrees online, with the majority focusing in business areas.
With three locations in New York, is a non-sectarian, private college offering flexible degree programs. The school began in 1875 as a teacher's college, and the college has since gone through many transformations. Today, Medaille offers certificate, associate, bachelor's, and master's programs; recently the school added its first doctoral degree. Degree programs are available in the liberal arts, as well as more career-focused disciplines. The college has grown and expanded to meet students' needs, with satellite campuses catering to adult education and online programs offering more flexible degrees.
Now a wholly owned subsidiary of Webmedx, (MTEC) was founded in 1996 by a team of experienced medical transcriptionists to fulfill the widespread need for a high-quality online medical transcription school. MTEC holds the distinction of being the first school approved by the Approval Committee for Certificate Programs through AHDI (The Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity) and AHIMA (The American Health Information Management Association). In addition, it is the only school of its kind with a dedicated technology instructor. Through comprehensive yet focused courses, the institution prepares students for productive careers in the dynamic, ever-changing, and challenging medical transcription and editing profession.
Founded in 1833, Mercer University is a private university with campuses throughout Georgia offering degree programs founded in the liberal arts. Mercer offers undergraduate through doctoral degrees in schools of liberal arts, business & economics, law, engineering, education, music, nursing, medicine, pharmacy & health sciences, theology, and continuing & professional studies. Although no longer formally affiliated with the Baptist church of its founding, Mercer "remains committed to an educational environment that embraces intellectual and religious freedom while affirming values that arise from a Judeo-Christian understanding of the world." Mercer has expanded its intellectual reach into online learning, with a limited number of online bachelor's and master's programs available.
Mercy College is an independent, coeducational institution serving approximately 10,000 students through campuses located throughout the New York City metropolitan region. Mercy offers undergraduate and graduate degrees through colleges of education, business, social and behavioral sciences, health and natural sciences, and liberal arts. Mercy has grown since its founding as a Catholic junior college, adding bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, doctoral degrees, and professional development programs. Mercy College has been involved in online education for more than 20 years and offers 40+ online programs.