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Online Undergraduate Degree Programs

Lander provides online courses in many of the subject areas taught by the university. Beyond individual courses, the university also offers seven online undergraduate degree programs to fit anyone's schedule.

 

BAS, Business Administration

Lander's BAS in Business Administration lets students advance their careers by earning a bachelor's degree while gaining the essential advanced managerial and analytical skills needed in the workforce. It is designed specifically for students who already hold technical (AAS) associate's degrees or have taken a variety of courses at other institutions.

 

BS, Business Administration

Lander's BS in Business Administration program provides students with exposure to the "real world" of business, with ample opportunities for valuable interaction with businesses, business owners, successful alumni, and government and nonprofit organizations. Students hear from guest speakers, complete practical internships, network with businessmen and women in a social environment and tackle real-world projects for real business organizations. With seven concentrations, there's a path for your success.

 

RN to BSN

The RN to BSN completion option allows students to access classes at any time of day while acquiring professional-level knowledge and skills to practice nursing in traditional and diverse settings.

 

BS, Human Services

The Human Services program blends applied Psychology and Sociology courses to expose students to key areas for knowledge about abuse and counseling while understanding different populations to enable options for a successful career.

 

BS, Paralegal Studies

The Paralegal program will prepare graduates to work in the legal profession in private enterprises such as law firms, insurance companies, banks and mortgage companies, or government agencies.

 

BS, Criminology

This program provides an in-depth look at the structure and operations of the American criminal justice system through classes on policing and community relations, delinquency and deviance, and applying criminology theories.

 

BS, Public Health

Public health professionals emphasize improvements in diet, activity, behavior, and attitude to promote wellness and prevent illness. This degree is designed to prepare a workforce to help individuals, families, and communities maintain personal health.

 

BS, Psychology

Based on standards set by the American Psychological Association, our curriculum is designed to give you a solid and complete view of the science of psychology, including its history, methods and research techniques. Working closely with your academic adviser, you'll plan a course of study that also includes a healthy core of liberal arts classes that closely match your specific career goals.