Chatham University, a four-year, not-for-profit school, provides valuable higher educational options for degree seeking students. A diverse community of learners develop professional skill sets in a liberal arts environment, from critical thinking, communication, decision-making and more. Faculty with top degrees in their professions lead students through rigorous research in a respectful academic atmosphere.
Chatham University online programs are available to non-traditional students unable to physically attend campus classes. Earn a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate degree through a flexible and accessible format. Online curriculums include healthcare, business, education and more.
Students residing in Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin are not eligible to enroll in online programs and courses at Chatham University. In addition, Massachusetts residents do not qualify for enrollment in the RN-Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs or the master’s degree program in Infant Mental Health.
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