Classes are forming now for the spring and summer semesters of Lindenwood University’s online degree programs. There are many options from which students can choose, including three bachelor’s degrees and seven master’s degrees in programs ranging from business to leadership to public administration.
Lindenwood’s online degree programs include Bachelors of Arts in business, criminal justice, and general studies; Masters of Arts in educational technology, gifted education, leadership, and nonprofit administration; a Master of Fine Arts in writing; a Master of Business Administration; and a Master of Public Administration. These 10 programs and more than 100 online courses offered each semester are fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Unlike traditional courses, Lindenwood’s online programs are tailored to those who are working part-time or full-time and seek more convenient alternatives to traveling to campus locations. The programs enable online learners to log into student portals on their own time, allowing for unmatched flexibility in accessing materials and completing required coursework.
All of Lindenwood’s online courses are taught by highly qualified and professional faculty with real-world experience. In addition to receiving instruction from trusted professors, the online student is also assigned an academic advisor, who assists in the enrollment process and provides course selection guidance.
The enrollment deadline for spring semester programs is Friday, Jan. 24. The registration deadline for summer semester programs is Friday, May 16.