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Selecting the right degree is your first step toward a successful educational experience. If you’re like many students who arrive here unsure of which program to choose, you’re not alone. Our admissions representatives can help you make this important decision.
The associate degree is ideal if you seek a 2-year program as either your final degree in higher education or as the foundation for further study.
A bachelor's is the traditional 4-year degree commonly recognized as the standard credential of higher education in the U.S.
A certificate program provides a 6- to 8-course focus on a particular topic or set of issues.
A learning track program provides a 3-course focus on a particular topic or set of issues.
B.S. Nursing: Requires you to have a diploma or associate degree in nursing as well as a current, active, and unencumbered U.S. Registered Nursing (RN) license.
CPA Examination Preparation Certificate: Requires previous credit in accounting.
Child Life Certificate: Requires you to already have a bachelor's degree.
*Electrical Engineering (BSEE): Requires 126 credit hours for completion and the purchase of in-home lab equipment.
Foundations of Homeland Security Certificate: Open only to TSA employees.
Airport Transportation Security Learning Track: Open only to TSA employees.
Information Security Learning Track: Requires previous credit in a network technology course.