Old Dominion University was founded in 1930 as the Norfolk Division of The College of William and Mary. Then in 1962, Old Dominion became an independent institution; and later in 1969, Old Dominion gained university status. Today, Old Dominion University is a four-year, public research institution of higher education, located in Norfolk, which is a city in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia, with a mission “to serve its students and enrich the Commonwealth of Virginia, the nation and the world through rigorous academic programs, strategic partnerships, and active civic engagement.”
Old Dominion offers academic and professional degrees and certificates from the bachelor's to the doctoral level from the following colleges:
College of Arts & Letters
Strome College of Business
Darden College of Education
Batten College of Engineering & Technology
College of Health Sciences
College of Sciences
The Graduate School
College of Continuing Education & Professional Development
Students can enroll in online bachelor’s, master’s, doctorate, ed specialist, and certificate and licensure programs in many different fields. While some online programs support asynchronous formats, other degrees support synchronous coursework.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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