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Online Bachelor Degree Programs

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An online Bachelor's degree qualifies you for higher paying career opportunities in your field of interest and brings you closer to achieving your career goals.

You are not alone in considering the benefits of earning your Bachelors degree online.
No matter if you are interested in nursing degrees, health care education, business schools, or even a career in construction management, online education makes sense for a variety of reasons for a variety of people.
Perhaps you already have employment and family responsibilities or, maybe the thought of attending a traditional college institution doesn't  appeal to you. For these reasons, every year more and more people choose to earn their degree online.
Online schools give you the flexibility and affordability to quickly earn the degree you have always wanted.

Most bachelor degree programs will accept up to 60 credits from a reputable associate degree program that can be applied toward your bachelor degree. The bachelor degree program is broken down into the areas: general education, elective courses and major courses.

Bachelor of Arts (BA) - This degree is a 4 year degree (120 to 128 credit hours). A large portion of the cirriculum for the BA degree includes coursework in liberal arts, humanities, social sciences, music or fine arts. Bachelor of Art Degrees are widely accepted by many employers and are ideal preparation for a masters degree.

Bachelor of Science (BSc or BS) - The Bacher of Science Degree is a 4 year degree (120 to 128 credit hours). A majority of the coursework for this degree is in the sciences focusing on physical and life sciences. The Bachelor of Science degree is widely accepted by many employers as a career preparation degree and is an ideal foundation for pursuing a related masters degree or advanced professional degree such as dentistry, medicine, etc.

Bachelor's Degrees
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA)
  • Bachelor of Science (BS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Applied Science and Technology (BSAST)
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (BSHeS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Human Services (BSHS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership (BSOL)
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

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