Ultimately, online programs should provide you the flexibility to keep moving forward while you earn your degree. At Rasmussen University, you can start applying knowledge from your courses to your career right away. From transferable soft skills to cutting-edge technology, what you learn in an online program should be more than textbook material.
Yes. Your diploma will be issued by Rasmussen University and will in no way be different from that of an on-campus student.
No. Since online programs at Rasmussen offer the same quality education as on-campus programs, the costs are similar. However, our admissions advisors can help you identify scholarship opportunities, complete the required paperwork and receive the financial assistance you qualify for. Visit our Tuition & Aid page to learn more.
The credibility of an online degree comes down to the credibility of the school it’s from. Rasmussen University has accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission.3 And with nearly 20 years of experience in online education, Rasmussen help you develop the skills and confidence you’ll need in the workforce.
Absolutely. Online programs are ideal for those who are working or have other responsibilities. You can choose to take classes on either a part-time or full-time basis. Plus, many of our online courses are offered in a model called competency-based education or CBE. This format not only allows you to work school around your schedule, but it rewards work experience by allowing you to move faster through topics you already know.
Yes. Rasmussen University currently offers Master’s degrees in business, healthcare and nursing, including:
While some have field experience requirements, all of the programs have online classes. As the lowest-cost suite of Master’s programs in America, Rasmussen can help you earn your quality, online Master’s degree for under $10K.45
“We design our course projects to be simulations of things that students will face out in the real world. Our curriculum design process is very unique and really sets students up for success after they graduate.”
Department Chair at Rasmussen University