TESU offers a total of 27 online bachelor's degrees. One-third of these programs are concentrated in business administration; these include degrees in accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, human resources, management and marketing. For undergrads seeking a technology-oriented online degree, TESU features programs in electronics systems engineering, information technology and nuclear engineering. The online BSN program features is offered completely online, and is reserved for students who have already obtained licensure as a registered nurse. For adults who have earned a bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing field and are interested in becoming registered nurses, TESU offers an Accelerated 2nd Degree BSN program that prepares graduates for the National Council Licensure Exam for RNs (NCLEX). This rigorous program includes an online and on-site component. Other BS pathways include degrees in two cutting-edge fields, homeland security/emergency management and organizational leadership. BA degrees are available in eight different subjects, including communications, computer science, international studies, psychology and sociology. In addition to standard degree programs, 16 online undergraduate certificates are offered through TESU. With the exception of a 15-credit gas distribution certification and a 33-credit certification, these programs are 18 credits in length and can be completed in one year or less of full-time study.
Founded in 2007, Colorado State University-Global Campus (CSU-Global)is the online campus of the Colorado State University system. CSU-Global was the first independent, 100% online state university in the U.S. and now has an online student body of over 15,000 students. CSU-Global currently offers 24 accredited degree programs at the Bachelor’s and Master’s level.
The school has a strong online bachelor of business administration program with majors in management, management information systems, and marketing. The school also offers an online bachelor of business studies program with majors in business administration, finance, management, management information systems, and marketing. Both programs require students to complete 120 credits.
Lehigh serves nearly 7,000 students, both undergraduate and graduate. There are four colleges at Lehigh University: the College of Arts and Sciences, the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science, the College of Business and Economics, and the College of Education. There are also 9 master’s degree programs offered online through the Office of Distance Education as well as 3 certificate programs.
Located in Orlando, Florida, the University of Central Florida (UCF) is an emerging preeminent research university and home to one of the top online programs in the country. UCF has been offering online programs for over 20 years and now serves over 8000 students online. Over 80 accredited online degree programs are now available at the undergraduate through postgraduate level.
With the UWW program, students design baccalaureate programs that can be taken fully online or in a blended format. Working with an advisor, students choose a concentration and build a plan of study from among more than 40 different departments. Some program options include criminal justice studies, business studies, human services, journalism studies, applied psychology, and early childcare and education. Students can transfer up to 75 credits toward their bachelor's degree and earn up to 100 credits from prior learning, work, or life experience.
Codes and information by machines were first conceptualized by Charles Babbage in the early 1800s. Babbage imagined that these codes would give him instructions for his Motor of Difference and Analytical Engine, machines that Babbage had designed to solve the problem of error in calculations. Between 1822 and 1823, Ada Lovelace, mathematics, wrote the first instructions for calculating numbers on Babbage engines. Lovelace's instructions are now believed to be the first computer program. Although the machines were designed to perform analysis tasks, Lovelace anticipated the possible social impact of computers and programming, writing. "For in the distribution and combination of truths and formulas of analysis, which may become easier and more quickly subjected to the mechanical combinations of the engine, the relationships and the nature of many subjects in which science necessarily relates in new subjects, and more deeply researched ... there are in all extensions of human power or additions to human knowledge, various collateral influences, in addition to the primary and primary object reached. "Other old machine readable media include instructions for pianolas and weaving machines.
If you have a creative bent, then you know that it can be more difficult to find online programs that match your interests. The Savannah College of Art and Design—a private, nonprofit university— has addressed this need by offering high-quality online programs tailored to meet the needs of nontraditional students. And their programs, offered at the undergraduate and graduate level—have found their way to national rankings.
Located in Virginia Beach, VA, Regent University is a private, Christian research university that is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to online programs. The school has invested heavily in its online offerings and currently offers 128 online degrees at the undergraduate through doctoral levels—many of which have found their way onto national rankings like U.S. News and World Report.
The online Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Management prepares students for managerial and technical careers in the field of information systems. The online Bachelors of Science in Information System Management Program is designed for students interested in pursuing a career as an information technology professional who can apply accepted standards and best practices to effectively plan, design, implement, and manage the various aspects of an organization. The program emphasizes the acquisition of sound theoretical concepts and research experience in the area of information systems.
And since many universities have embraced the flexible online format, more employers are taking these degrees – and other online credentials, like graduate certificates – seriously, experts say. It’s important, they note, to check if a degree program is accredited before enrolling to make sure that it’s legitimate; having regional accreditation will also increase the likelihood that any earned credits will be accepted at other accredited universities.
A college degree is the best way to advance your career and increase your earning potential, but family, work, and where you live can make school feel out of reach. Online colleges, however, allow more people than ever before to earn a degree while balancing life's other responsibilities. These programs offer the academic quality and flexibility you need to get ahead. There have never been more or better choices for earning an associate, bachelor's, or master's degree online.
All of Brandman's online master's degree programs are offered through the 'School of Business and Professional Studies' and 'Education' branches. A total of 10 MBA specializations are available online; these options include degrees in e-business strategic management, entrepreneurship, human resources and international business. Additional online master's in this department include an M.A. in organizational leadership, an M.S. in human resources and two Master of Public Administration (MPA) tracks. Aspiring teachers can earn a Master of Education in six specialized tracks, as well as degrees in school counseling, educational leadership and four special education concentrations.
You might be surprised to hear that distance therapy practices aren't new. In fact, online mental health services are about as old at the internet itself, and other distance therapy methods—like phone counseling—have been around since the Samaritans began a hotline in the early 1950s. There is decades of research on telephone and online services that have shown that distance counseling services can benefit the client, and that clients often prefer them to traditional in person sessions.
There are a large number of people who have excelled in their fields after attending Yale. Yale University notable alumni include the U.S. Presidents William Howard Taft, Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush as well as several other heads of state outside the country in addition to public officials, writers, scholars, athletes, entertainers, and businessmen.
After lunch though, only 14 balls were bowled as umpires M Kuppuraj and Yeshwant Barde took both teams off. This came after Uttarakhand’s openers – Vineet Saxena and Karn Veer Kaushal – indicated discomfort when they copped blows on the body. Saxena was facing up to Pankaj Singh, in his fifth over, and the second ball struck him on the gloves, prompting the action. Uttarakhand were then 20 without loss in 8.2 overs, with Saxena on 11 and Kaushal on 4. There had been five leg-byes.
Business degree-seeking students at Kennesaw State can choose from six online bachelor's degree options. The B.S. in business administration features three possible concentrations: information security and assistance; management; and marketing. Additionally, the Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) in logistics and operations features concentrations in manufacturing operations and supply chain logistics; a Bachelor of Business Administration in information security and assurance is also available. Computing students also have multiple online degree options; these include both a B.S. and B.A.S. in information technology, as well as a B.S. in industrial engineering technology. Other online bachelor's programs at Kennesaw State are available in integrative studies, geography and sociology. Undergrads may also pick from 15 online minors. Minor choices include some core academic subjects, as well as specialized areas of study like African and African-American diaspora studies, engagement marketing, quality principles and sports marketing.
Affordability is an important aspect of access to higher education, and UCF has been recognized (by both Forbes and Kiplinger’s) for being one of the most affordable and best-value universities in the U.S. And online students have access to a wide range of student supports—from peer-assisted tutoring and online tutors to library services, academic advising, and career services.
Undergraduate online students can choose from 63 different bachelor's degree programs. These include 28 B.A. and 26 B.S. degrees, as well as applied science bachelor's degrees in health sciences, Internet and web development and operations management. A total of 22 online minors are available, as well; these include niche fields such as family and human development, global health and sustainability. ASU Online also features 'exploratory' undergraduate degrees in four areas: health and life sciences; humanities, fine arts and design; math, physical sciences, engineering and technology; and social and behavioral sciences. These programs are geared toward students who have an interest in certain academic areas but have not yet chosen a major. In 2015, ASU Online announced a new partnership with EdX titled the 'Global Freshmen Academy'. This program is open to all incoming freshmen; candidates do not need to formally apply for enrollment in GFA, and will only asked to pay for courses that they complete with a passing grade.
The faculty at Northern Arizona University provides students with personalized mentorship in order to help them reach their potential. Whether learners are high school students heading for college or working professionals, the school's 151 degree programs offer many options. Northern Arizona's virtual campus is home to more than 80 fully online and hybrid bachelor's and graduate degree programs. While most courses are delivered asynchronously, students also have the option to select class delivered synchronously.
User-generated content raises issues of privacy, credibility, civility and compensation for cultural, intellectual and artistic contributions. The spread of digital media, and the wide range of literacy and communications skills necessary to use it effectively, have deepened the digital divide between those who have access to digital media and those who don't.