Online Bachelor's Degree Programs in United States

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The accelerated bachelor's to master's program in Applied Analytics (BS/MS) is designed for working professionals wishing to pursue a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems and professional master's degree while maintaining part- or full-time employment. With courses offered in both blended formats at our St. Louis, Missouri campus and online in an accelerated 8-week term, this bachelor's-master's bridge program makes advanced education more accessible for working professionals.
The Bachelor of Science in Applied Management (BSAM) is designed for professionals holding Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees. Whether you are currently working or just finishing your degree, the applied management opportunity creates a unique pathway for career advancement in your field.
The BAS program is a flexible, 60-credit-hour degree designed specifically for students who have earned a relevant AAS from a regionally accredited institution.
Are you interested in acquiring the education and skills necessary to enter or seek promotion within the criminal justice system? Are you interested in transferring up to 90 credits of community college and/or university credit from a regionally accredited institution? Boundless employment opportunities exist in the areas of law enforcement, corrections, probation, legal offices, court personnel, and private security. Our Law Enforcement Management degree in the 90-30 plan can help you succeed in this exciting field.
Our goal in offering the B.A.S. degree is to provide you with a general knowledge of management, organizational, and policy issues and to advance your communication, computer, and quantitative skills. This degree also offers you the opportunity to complete a specialization that will broaden your career horizons, promote life-long learning, and enrich your life. Northern Arizona University offers this degree at selected campuses throughout Arizona.
If you have completed or will complete an associate degree from a community college, you may pursue the Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) at Northern Arizona University.
If you have completed or will complete an associate degree from a community college, you may pursue the Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) at Northern Arizona University.
If you have completed or will complete an associate degree from a community college, you may pursue the Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) at Northern Arizona University.
If you have completed or will complete an associate degree from a community college, you may pursue this degree.
If you have completed or will complete an associate degree from a community college, you may pursue this degree.
If you have completed or will complete an associate degree from a community college, you may pursue this degree.
If you have completed or will complete an associate degree from a community college, you may pursue this degree.
If you have completed or will complete an associate degree from a community college, you may pursue this degree.
If you have completed or will complete an associate degree from a community college, you may pursue this degree.
If you have completed or will complete an associate degree from a community college, you may pursue this degree.
Our goal in offering the B.A.S. degree is to provide you with a general knowledge of management, organizational, and policy issues and to advance your communication, computer, and quantitative skills. This degree also offers you the opportunity to complete a specialization that will broaden your career horizons, promote life-long learning, and enrich your life. Northern Arizona University offers this degree at selected campuses throughout Arizona.
Our goal in offering the B.A.S. degree is to provide you with a general knowledge of management, organizational, and policy issues and to advance your communication, computer, and quantitative skills. This degree also offers you the opportunity to complete a specialization that will broaden your career horizons, promote life-long learning, and enrich your life. Northern Arizona University offers this degree at selected campuses throughout Arizona.
This degree attracts students who desire the knowledge and skills needed to serve as professional emergency managers in the public, non-profit and private sectors. Students are exposed to the latest information in Emergency Planning (including COOP), Incident Management Systems (IMS), Disaster Recovery and Homeland Security that prepare them to be effective and ethical emergency managers and to protect their communities from emergency events.
The courses offered in the Justice Studies program are designed to provide students with a solid theoretical foundation from which they can address current issues facing the criminal justice field. The skills focused on in the different emphasis areas (Justice Administration or Intelligence Studies) have been purposefully selected to enable students to succeed as a criminal justice practitioner and leader, enhance employment and career opportunities, and for those in the Intelligence Studies emphasis, prepare students to work in the intelligence field.
The Technology Management program is designed to provide you with a general knowledge of management, organizational, and policy issues impacting the field of IT management
The Technology Management program is designed to provide you with a general knowledge of management, organizational, and policy issues impacting the field of IT management
Our goal in offering the B.A.S. degree is to provide you with a general knowledge of management, organizational, and policy issues and to advance your communication, computer, and quantitative skills. This degree also offers you the opportunity to complete a specialization that will broaden your career horizons, promote life-long learning, and enrich your life. Northern Arizona University offers this degree at selected campuses throughout Arizona.
A foundation degree if you're interested in agricultural and environmental sciences: Food, Animal and Plant, Science, Genetics, Biotechnology and Processing, Ecology, Entrepreneurship, Economics and Policy
A foundation degree if you're interested in agricultural and environmental sciences: Food, Animal and Plant, Science, Genetics, Biotechnology and Processing, Ecology, Entrepreneurship, Economics and Policy
The Bachelor of Applied Sciences Program in Administration of Justice is an interdisciplinary program for students seeking a career in federal, state, and local law enforcement, public safety and corrections, courtroom systems, immigration and customs enforcement, and a variety of related professions.