Adams State University, known for its diverse and inclusive programs, offers a multitude of online degrees, as well as classes for non-degree seeking students. The flexibility of ASU’s online programming allows credit-seekers, life-long learners, and individuals earning degrees at other institutions, who have not applied to the university, to take courses in most academic disciplines.
A wide range of credits and degrees may be found through ASU’s online programs, such as master’s degrees in health and education, as well as doctorate degrees in philosophy. While many general education online courses are offered, a few unique studies are also available, including women’s studies, music, and library science.
Distinctive Online Advantages:
- Non-degree seeking students may enroll online to assess whether or not to become degree-seekers at ASU.
- Credits completed as non-degree seekers may be applicable towards degree programs if students enroll and are accepted into ASU.
- A graduate non-degree application allows for continuing education credits to further knowledge in a specific area.
- Online programs offer small, diverse classes.
Accreditation & Licensing
Adams State University is accredited by:
Higher Learning Commission (HLC)