Top 20 Online Christian Colleges

Online education is a popular alternative to brick and mortar schools because of the flexibility offered. In the past, students seeking a higher education had to go to a physical location for all their classes, sometimes losing out on opportunities to continue working while furthering their education.

In the Christian sphere, schools like Liberty University and Abilene Christian University can offer students the opportunity to attend an online Christian college. Students can go to class on their schedule, working around jobs, children, and other scheduling conflicts. They can also pick a school across the country, or even across the world, and attend it from the comfort of their home.

Since online education got its start, Christian schools are turning to the program to offer bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees for students.

If you have no interest in traditional campus life, or if you want to complete your degree on your own time, an accredited Christian college can still be an option.

All of the Christian colleges on this list provide bachelor’s degree programs and are Christ-centered in their pursuits to offer an online education. In doing this, online Christian colleges offer a unique approach to higher learning. Students will learn important biblical principles that they can take home, to their next job, and to their communities.

The colleges in this list hold high a good Christian character while cultivating academic prestige and a high quality online program. A good Christian college should have full accreditation, a low student-to-teacher ratio, confessional status, and around-the-clock support if the student runs into any issues. Based on those criteria, here are the top 20 online Christian colleges.

#1 – Liberty University

Location: Lynchburg, Virginia
Affiliation: Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia
Cost per credit: $250-570

Liberty University has a strong reputation for online learning with a conservative evangelical setting. It is the worldís largest private nonprofit university and offers a variety of programs with Christian integrity and ease of access. Liberty offers certificates, high school classes, associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees, as well as other postgraduate studies.

While enrolled, students at Liberty can take advantage of “Experiential Learning Credits,” which allows work experience to count as credit hours to hasten the student’s graduation. Students also have access to the Online Communities program, which helps them stay spiritually connected while taking their classes.

Classes at Liberty range from 8 to 17 weeks and offer multiple enrollment dates. This gives students more flexibility to find a program that fits into their schedules.

#2 – Regent University

Location: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Affiliation: Non-denominational evangelical
Cost per credit: $395

Regent University was founded by Pat Robertson and therefore it emphasizes the “Moral Majority” and the “Christian Coalition.” Because of this, Regent is known for its government and leadership degrees, though it is also nationally ranked in business and education. The school offers students seven schools of study in which they can earn certifications, associateís, bachelorís, masterís, and doctoral degrees.

Regentís goal is to keep costs low and quality high. It uses a Blackboard-based ìanytimeî access lecture archive. This allows students to plan studies around work and family. The only downside is a student-to-teacher ratio of 30:1. Regent has 10 years of experience in online education.

#3 – Colorado Christian University

Location: Lakewood, Colorado
Affiliation: Interdenominational
Cost per credit: $427

Colorado Christian may offer fewer degree options than Liberty and Regent, but it outclasses competitors with its ìanytime accessî online courses. The school offers 46 degree programs, in which students enjoy a 9:1 student-to-teacher ratio and a ìcohort modelî community that encourages online students to build relationships with their peers.

CCU offers faith-based learning by hiring Christian faculty and affirming biblical inerrancy, the Trinity, the Resurrection, and other Christian staples. It promotes a living faith among students and offers scholarships to “World changers.”

#4 – LeTourneau University

Location: Longview, Texas
Affiliation: Interdenominational
Cost per credit: $350-445

LeTourneau is known for its low-cost, high-quality education both at the schoolís Longview campus and through online classes. The school boasts a 94 percent employment rate for graduates, gives students flexible scheduling, and ease of entry.

Students attend one class at a time and each class lasts about six weeks. LeTourneau offers anytime access to its curriculum while students obtain their associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degrees. The university strives to be bible-based and focuses on vocational training from a Christian perspective.

#5 – California Baptist University

Location: Riverside, California
Affiliation: Southern Baptist
Cost per credit: $511

California Baptist University entered the online education system in 2010 and already climbed the ranks to become a top rated online Christian college. The Southern Baptist standout offers 26 online Bachelor of Arts options, eight Master’s, and two certificate programs. No doctoral programs are offered yet.

CBU’s most popular program is its business degree with 76 percent of online students picking that program. Masterís students have a fast-track option that offers full-time class work and graduation in 16 months. Classes have no more than 25 students and it has a rolling application deadline, allowing new students to begin throughout the year.

#6 – University of St. Francis

Location: Joliet, Illinois
Affiliation: Roman Catholic
Cost per credit: $564

University of St. Francis is ranked 28th in online Bachelor of Arts programs. It offers more than 120 online courses and has over 1,500 students. The university offers rolling application for admission and financial aid, as well as class credits for work experience (up to 33 credit hours). Student enjoy anytime access lecture archives and a 12:1 student-to-teacher ratio.

St. Francis offers degree specialities in Business Administration, Health Care, Organizational Leadership, Education, Management, Nursing, and Social Work. The university is a premier adult education option and the average student age is 39. The school is Christian, but not conservative, because it places emphasis on academic prestige more than Christian culture. Teachers and students are not required to sign confessional statements.

#7 – Indiana Wesleyan University

Location: Marion, Indiana
Affiliation: Wesleyan Church
Cost per credit: $417

Indiana Wesleyan University offers more than 80 online degree, certification, and endorsement programs and offers accessible online programs for adult learners. IWU online students are assigned a personal Academic Advisor who will provide information, resolve problems, and provide advice on how the student can achieve his or her goals.

IWU offers a Spiritcare program that introduces them to the person and community of Jesus Christ. The school offers Christ-centered support for online students, as well as resources and services that are all about God.

Courses at IWU often include several types of learning materials, from videos and audio podcasts to virtual tours, case studies, and interactive web-based activities.

#8 – Dallas Baptist University

Location: Dallas, Texas
Affiliation: Baptist
Cost per credit: $775ñ785

Dallas Baptist University offers online student three undergraduate certifications, 20 graduate certifications, three associateís degrees, 17 bachelorís degrees, and 58 masterís degrees. Students can chose to take classes exclusively online, or opt for a hybrid program where some classes are held on campus.

While classes aren’t cheap, students often say that the cost is equal to the quality education they receive from DBU. Unlike some schools on this list, DBU only offers a “guided” curriculum model where classes may involve group collaboration, timed exams, and “windows” where the student can access required materials. Students donít have to log in to the class at certain times, so there is some degree of flexibility.

Campus ministries include weekly chapels and monthly forums that push for deeper faith and learning. Online student should expect classes to include Christian principles and a Christian worldview.

#9 – Benedictine University

Location: Lisle, Illinois
Affiliation: Roman Catholic
Cost per Credit: $488

Class sizes at Benedictine University online are limited to 20 people and feature anytime-access archives, along with around-the-clock technical support. The online programs are less liberal arts driven and more vocational. Benedictine offers four certificate degrees, one associate’s degree, two bachelor’s degrees, 18 graduate degrees, and one doctoral degree.

The school’s strategy is to establish a strong core of degree programs in Business, Education, and Nursing. Should the school choose to expand its online degree offerings, it will be a force to reckoned with in the field of online Christian colleges.

#10 – Grand Canyon University

Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Affiliation: Interdenominational
Cost per credit: $350-$550

Grand Canyon Universityís online program offers a full-time faculty devoted solely to online students. The schoolís classes are eight weeks long and many fulfill four credit hours, rather than the typical three. High schoolers can take dual-credit classes alongside adults who are earning their bachelorís, masterís, and doctoral degrees. Adults are offered continuing education, evening, and hybrid classes that fit their schedule.

Degree programs offered at GCU include majors in psychology, counseling, ministry, performing arts, nursing, engineering, and others. The university is mission-minded and offers community outreach projects, student mission trips, and ìserve the cityî day.

#11 – Union University

Location: Jackson, Tennessee
Affiliation: Southern Baptist
Cost per credit: $600 for Winter or Summer, $880 for Spring and Fall

Union University is a contender in the online Christian college marketplace. It is Christian and sticks to its Southern Baptist roots, but it is also tolerant of different Christian denominations. Union offers five accredited fully-online graduate programs in the fields of Christian Studies, Education, and Nursing. The latter is the main attraction for students seeking a graduate degree.

Along with the graduate programs, Union offers several undergraduate degree programs, online certificates, and three doctoral programs, which are mostly online. Union University would be an excellent choice for someone in the Nursing field, as well as general Christian studies majors.

#12 – Biola University

Location: La Mirada, California
Affiliation: Non-denominational
Cost per credit: $962

Biola offers students a Christian standing and academic prestige, making it an excellent choice, depending on the major you want to pursue. Biola is considered one of the best schools in the world for Christian worldview and apologetics training. It is a recent entry into the online Christian education world, but it is an excellent option.

Biola Universityís online courses feature a 16:1 student-to-teacher ratio and offers several certificates and 11 degree options through its Arts & Sciences, Education, and Intercultural Studies schools. The premiere degree offering is a Master of Arts in Apologetics. The school would be a great option for missions and ministry-minded students.

#13 – George Fox University

Location: Portland, Oregon
Affiliation: Evangelical Friends (Quakers)
Cost per credit: $487+

George Fox University is ranked by Forbes as the third-highest-rated Christian school in the country. It brings the same level of prestige to its online program. GFU offers several undergraduate courses online, though there is no primarily online bachelorís degree yet. Still, the university offers a Bachelor of Arts in Online Management and Organizational Leadership. The degree is a hybrid fast-track option that offers a degree in 16 months and complements a general core or associateís degree.

While George Fox’s online presence is strong, it is qualified better as a “distance learning” school, rather than offering pure online degrees. This is because online degrees through GFU still require one or two in-residence classes or meetings.

#14 – Saint Mary’s College of California

Location: Moraga, California
Affiliation: Catholic
Cost per credit: $778

Degrees at Saint Mary’s College don’t come cheap, but they aren’t nearly as expensive as comparably prestigious schools. While online students may miss out on the schoolís beautiful campus, they can enjoy the same learning and professors as their on-campus counterparts.

Saint Maryís began online classes in 2009-2010. The school offers small classes, a small online student body, and anytime access to online class archives. Students can pick from several bachelor’s and master’s degrees which are structured on the same academic calendar as on-campus classes. Because of this, students can not complete classes on their own time but instead must complete exams and assignments on a deadline.

#15 – Gardner-Webb University

Location: Boiling Springs, North Carolina
Affiliation: Baptist State Convention of North Carolina
Cost per credit: $373-394

Gardner-Webb University’s online courses mirror the on-campus schedule class-for-class, but online students don’t have to attend any on-campus classes to complete their degree. The school is Baptist-related, but doesnít adhere as strictly to the Christian worldview of Biola or the denominational-emphasis of Liberty University.

GW features a Blackboard-based anytime access lecture archive, so students can fit their education into their schedule. Nearby nursing students can take advantage of the university’s hybrid post-doctoral Nursing degree and other students can participate in the hybrid “Goal-Degree Completion Program,” which allows them to earn up to 60 credit hours online toward the completion of an undergraduate degree or to turn an associate’s into a bachelor’s degree.

#16 – Marylhurst University

Location: Marylhurst, Oregon
Affiliation: Catholic
Cost per credit: $437

Marylhurst is a broadly Catholic school without any particular faith requirements for students or professors. The school reaches nontraditional and adult education students by a lack of SAT or ACT score requirement. Because of this, Marylhurst is excluded from ranking agencies like U.S. News & World Report.

Marylhurst offers students the option to shorten their bachelorís program by up to 45 credit hours if they take a Prior Learning Assessment. This can help the student earn their bachelor’s in as little as 2 Ω years. Courses are offered as five-week intensives and are offered sequentially one at a time. The schoolís online program is designed to offer efficiency and effective students. Many students opt into the accelerated MBA program, where they can earn the degree in 18 months.

#17 – Charleston Southern University

Location: Charleston, South Carolina
Affiliation: Southern Baptist
Cost per credit: $490 (undergraduate) and $460-625 (graduate)

Charleston Southern University offers online bachelor’s degrees in Nursing, Education, Technology, and several Human Resource tracks. The school also offers masterís degrees in Organizational Management, Education, Nursing, and Criminal Justice. A nationally recognized MBA program is also a possibility.

Charleston requires all faculty to sign a Christian doctrine statement saying they agree with the Southern Baptist schoolís point of view on Christianity.

#18 – Toccoa Falls College

Location: Toccoa Falls, Georgia
Affiliation: Christian Missionary Alliance
Cost per credit: $285

Toccoa Falls is an independent, non-profit institution known for its great pricing, online experience, and its adherence to Christian values throughout all its programs. Toccoa Falls is primarily a Bible college, but it is devoted to ministry-minded students who want a Bachelor of Arts degree in Nonprofit Business Administration. The school has six degree options and a Bible Certificate.

Other degree options include associate’s degrees in Business and General Studies, as well as bachelor’s degrees in Ministry Leadership, Organizational Leadership, and Youth Ministry. The class schedule is on a semester basis, though it has an open enrollment policy.

#19 – Abilene Christian University

Location: Abilene, Texas
Affiliation: Churches of Christ
Cost per credit: $675-775

Abilene Christian University is known best for its master’s programs in Human Resource Development and Conflict Resolution. However, it also offers several educational master’s degrees and graduate level certifications. ACU offers online summer courses for undergraduates, but complete bachelor’s degrees require on-campus classes. Only master’s degrees can be completed online.

Students interested in social work or education should seriously consider Abilene. The university’s master’s program uses a trimester schedule of three terms per year. Students take one or two classes at a time, which last eight weeks. Resident students participate in summer, winter, and spring break mission trips. Abilene is a proud member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.

#20 – Trinity International University

Location: Deerfield, Illinois
Affiliation: Evangelical Free Church of America
Cost per credit: $365

Trinity International University is recognized for its global-Christian culture, as well as its affordable online classes. TIU’s degrees incorporate a general education core that includes courses like ìFoundation of Christian Thinking and Living,î ìCritical Thinking and Writing,î and ìNew Testament and Old Testament Foundations.î

TIU offers three fully-online bachelor’s degrees in Business, Psychology, and Christian Ministries. The university’s courses are six weeks long and typically offer three credit hours upon completion. They are sequential, allowing students to complete up to 10 modules per year. The Christian university allow students to take classes online and on-campus to complete their degree. Consider Trinity International University if you are looking into ministry or are considering seminary after your bachelor’s degree.

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The 20 Best Online Masters in Information Technology Programs

A Masters in Information Technology degree can help working professionals who are interested in a higher level of expertise that can earn them a better job with a higher salary than they currently have. Those with a Master of IT degree can apply for jobs in an array of industries. This degree can increase marketability, because employers are continually looking for workers with advanced computer knowledge and experience.

Online Masters in Information Technology programs are ideal for working professionals, because they typically require no on-campus time and professionals can complete coursework around their family and work obligations. Careers for graduates include computer security specialist, web administrator, systems software manager, chief information officer, and information technology project manager.

There are several important factors to consider when searching for an online program in information technology. Schools should be accredited and have a variety of courses. Consider these top 20 best online Masters in Information Technology programs, based on quality of programs, rankings, faculty, awards, and reputation.

#1 – Carnegie Mellon University

Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Tuition: $475 per unit

Carnegie Mellon University offers an online Master’s in Information Technology program with emphases in Information Technology Management and Information Security and Assurance. The first track provides students with information technology skills and management strategy options. It uses expertise in research and operations from the Community Emergency Response Teams Coordination Center.

The second track, Information Security and Assurance, focuses on adapting technology to the intruder landscape. Students learn in-depth about information security, risk management, and data privacy.

#2 – Penn State World Campus

Location: University Park, Pennsylvania
Tuition: $854 to $930 per credit

The Penn State World Campus partners with Pennsylvania State University’s College of Information Sciences and Technology to create the Master of Professional Studies in Information Sciences program. The program teaches students about real-world business issues and simulations. It is designed for professionals and organizational leaders who want to take on greater IT responsibilities. Students from almost any discipline can apply for the program, which requires about 33 credits for graduation.

#3 – Creighton University

Location: Omaha, Nebraska
Tuition: $1,088 per credit

Creighton University offers an online Master in IT Management program, which focuses on team management, budget planning, and ethics. Students also study computer science, digital security, and emerging technologies. The degree offers a concentration in leadership. Students in the program learn how to apply technology and business advancements throughout their communities and the world.

#4 – Brandeis University

Location: Waltham, Massachusetts
Tuition: $3,225 per three-credit course

The online Master of Information Technology Management program at Brandeis University blends managerial and technical components to form a comprehensive and technologically advanced program. Students learn how to develop and lead teams of technical workers, find ways technology can help solve problems, assure the quality and value of information, and use technology to achieve management objectives.

#5 – Boston University Distance Education

Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Tuition: $820 per credit hour

Boston University’s Distance Education program offers an online Master’s in Computer Information Systems. The program provides concentrations in Health Informatics, Database Management and Business Intelligence, Security, and IT Project Management. The program consists of 10 courses, which can be completed in less than two years.

#6 – Arizona State University

Location: Tempe, Arizona
Tuition: $492 to $852 per credit hour

Arizona State University offers an online Masters in Information Management degree program. Students learn about emerging technologies, managing enterprise systems, IT services, project management, and more. Teams of students work together to select an industry project from emerging issues in information technology. The program is completed in about 16 months.

#7 – New Jersey Institute of Technology

Location: Newark, New Jersey
Tuition: $3,486 in state, $4,800 out of state per three-credit course

Students enrolled in NJIT’s online Master of Science in Business and Information Systems learn about databases, web design, application development tools, management information and decisions support systems, and software use and evaluation. The online program also looks at business topics like finance, financial products, business operations, and accounting. The program is mainly for professionals who want careers that require knowledge and skills in requirement analysis and application systems design and development.

#8 – University of Illinois Springfield

Location: Springfield, Illinois
Tuition: $362.25 per credit hour

The University of Illinois Springfield offers an online Master’s in Management Information Systems program with the goal of preparing students for positions involved in the application of information technology to solve business problems. Students learn about technical foundations of information systems, systems analysis and design, management of database systems, enterprise models, and more. The degree includes 36 credit hours.

#9 – Quinnipiac University

Location: Hamden, Connecticut
Tuition: $925 per credit hour

At Quinnipiac University, students can enroll in the online Master’s in Information Technology, provided by the School of Business and Engineering. The program prepares students for management positions in designing, developing, and delivering technological solutions. Students learn how to lead teams of information professionals, as well as how to apply a systems approach to developing and delivering information systems and services.

#10 – Drexel University

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Tuition: $1157 per credit

Drexel University Online offers an online Master of Science in Information Systems degree program. Students learn about the latest technology and techniques to help IT professionals transform a digital platform. Core courses include Software Development, Information Systems Management, Information Systems Analysis and Design, and Human-Computer Interaction.

#11 – Florida Institute of Technology

Location: Melbourne, Florida
Tuition: $777 per credit hour

Florida Tech University’s online Master’s in Information Technology program teaches students to develop information systems as strategic tools to gain an advantage. It also teaches students to manage software systems. The program includes 33 credits and classes include Financial Accounting, Corporate Finance, Project Management for Information Technology, and Global Information Technology Management.

#12 – UMass Lowell

Location: Lowell, Massachusetts
Tuition: $570 per credit hour

UMass Lowell offers an online Master in Information Technology degree, courtesy of the schoolís Computer Science Department, in collaboration with the Division of Online and Continuing Education. The program is 10 classes long and technically-focused. Students learn designing, managing, and developing networked systems of computers.

#13 – Southern Polytechnic State University

Location: Marietta, Georgia
Tuition: $408 per credit hour

Southern Polytechnic State Universityís online Master in Information Technology program includes classes like IT Design Studio, IT System Acquisition and Integration, Information Security Concepts and Administration, and IT Policy, Strategy, and Governance. Students learn how to apply accepted standards and best practices to every aspect of the Information Technology field.

#14 – Regis University

Location: Denver, Colorado
Tuition: $710 per credit hour

Regis University offers an online Master of Science in Information Technology program for professionals who want to advance into technical leadership positions and also expand their influence on business operations. The online degree is available in accelerated eight-week terms. Students must complete 36 credit hours to graduate. The degree includes classes like Global e-Business, Emerging Technologies, and Managing a Secure Enterprise

#15 – Western Governors University

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Tuition: $2,890 per term

Western Governors University’s online Master of Information Technology degree offers an emphasis in Network Management. The program is designed for IT professionals who want to advance into a management position. It is also designed for people with “real-world” IT networking experience who want in-depth knowledge and skills in network management. The program requires 33 credits for graduation.

#16 – University of Maryland University College

Location: Adelphi, Maryland
Tuition: $458 in state, $659 out of state per credit

The University of Maryland University College offers an online Masters in Information Technology degree that aims to give students a broad technical understanding of current and evolving technologies in the field of IT. The degree includes 36 credits and classes cover topics like the technical and regulatory issues regarding the internet, applying IT best practices in productivity and competitive advantage, literacy in organizational decision-making, and information awareness.

#17 – Robert Morris University

Location: Moon, Pennsylvania
Tuition: $845 per credit

Students in Robert Morris University’s online Master in Internet Information Systems program learn how to manage information systems, manage large amounts of information, work through security issues, and identify and solve software, hardware, and internet problems. The program also covers technical elements and the continued growth of internet-based information systems. Students must complete 30 credits in order to graduate.

#18 – Nova Southeastern University

Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Tuition: $725 per credit hour

The online Master of Science in Information Technology degree at Nova Southeastern University teaches students organizational information systems, software methods and technologies, systems infrastructure, and application technologies. There are five concentrations: Information Technology Management, Information Security Management, Information Systems Security, Educational Technology, and Software Development.

#19 – Colorado Technical University

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Tuition: $585 per credit hour

Colorado Technical University offers an online Masters in Information Technology program that provides a strong foundation in project management, strategic management, enterprise system architecture, and network infrastructure management. Students at CTU learn how to align a companyís IT strategies with its business objectives and processes.

#20 – Walden University

Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Tuition: $815 per semester hour

Walden University’s online Masters in Information Technology program offers students a chance to learn how to create, maintain, and secure information systems. Students evaluate alternative information technology approaches that can provide companies a competitive advantage. There are two tracks offered in the program. Track I is for students with an undergraduate degree in a related field, as well as those with three year of full-time professional experience in an IT role. Track II is for students with no prior information technology education or experience.

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The 20 Best Online Masters in Management Information Systems Programs

A Masters in Management Information Systems can help professionals gain better leadership skills, business expertise, and technical competencies. Graduates can earn high-end positions in the rapidly growing field of management information systems. Computer systems provide a vital role in meeting a companyís strategic objectives, which is why people who hold a masterís degree in MIS can be essential to a companyís growth plans.

MBA in Management Information Systems programs typically cover database management systems, information systems design, managing IT projects, information management tools, and business data communications. The employment outlook for graduates is also very positive, since MIS employment growth from 2012 to 2022 is expected to rise by 15 percent.

While this degree can be vital to a promotion or better job opportunity, itís not always easy to manage a traditional course along with work and family obligations. For this reason, many universities choose to offer an online option. Here are the 20 best online Masterís in Management Information Systems programs based on the programís quality, types of classes provided, faculty strength, and reputation.

#1 – University of Maryland

Location: College Park, Maryland
Tuition: $1,610 in state, $1,940 out of state per credit

At University of Maryland, the Robert H. Smith School of Business offers an online Masterís in Management Information Systems and Business Analytics program. The degree program includes 54 credits and students usually earn the degree in less than two years. The plan includes core business classes, electives, specialization courses, and a capstone experience. A capstone residency is also included.

#2 – New Jersey Institute of Technology

Location: Newark, New Jersey
Tuition: $1,087 per credit hour

New Jersey Institute of Technology offers an online MBA in Management Information Systems. The program offers an academic plan that targets high-level business practices. It aims to provide a well-rounded foundation in IT systems like databases, networks, and software. The program includes 48 credits. Additional credits are needed for the MIS concentration.

#3 – University of Colorado Denver

Location: Denver, Colorado
Tuition: $607 per credit

At the University of Colorado Denver, students can earn their online MBA in Information Systems with 48 credits. The program provides students with a solid foundation in business practices, along with IT systems management skills. Students begin with core business courses, then move on to electives, specialization classes, and an international business elective.

#4 – Tennessee Technological University

Location: Cookeville, Tennessee
Tuition: $622 in state, $1,328 out of state per credit

Tennessee Technological University offers a 100 percent online Masterís in Management Information Systems program. The program includes 30 credit hours and courses like Strategic Marketing, Business Strategy, IT Management, and Accounting Information for Management Decisions. While core courses offer business and managerial studies, program electives develop specialized competencies.

#5 – Concordia University Wisconsin

Location: Mequon, Wisconsin
Tuition: $662 per credit

Concordia University in Wisconsin offers a completely online MBA in Management Information Systems. The program offers a robust plan of study for students who want a career managing an IT department. Students must complete 39 credit hours, including core business courses, elective classes, and a required capstone course.

#6 – Dallas Baptist University

Location: Dallas, Texas
Tuition: $747 per credit

The online MBA with a Management Information Systems concentration program at Dallas Baptist University includes 36 credit hours of business and information systems classes. The MBA core courses include Business Ethics and Corporate Finance, while the MIS specialization offers classes like Networks and Telecommunications and Systems Analysis and Design.

#7 – Widener University

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania
Tuition: $984 per credit

Widener University offers an online MBA Business Process Management concentration with a specialization in Management Information Systems program. Students must complete 33 credit hours in classes that teach business management education and information system skills. The degree prepares students for the Certified Business Process Professional certification, which is governed by the Association of Business Process Management Professionals.

#8 – Concordia University Saint Paul

Location: Saint Paul, Minnesota
Tuition: $625 per credit

Concordia University Saint Paul offers an online MBA in Information Technology Management. The program includes core classes, as well as a faculty mentor and a managerial application portfolio. Students must complete 42 credit hours, including classes in Global Economics, Applied Business Ethics, and Managerial Finance and Accounting.

#9 – Northcentral University

Location: Prescott Valley, Arizona
Tuition: $2,550 per credit

At Northcentral University, students can earn an online MBA in Management Information Systems. The program consists of 30 credit hours, including foundational courses, electives, and specialization courses. The programís goal is to prepare students to work in computer systems and business management positions.

#10 – Wilmington University

Location: New Castle, Delaware
Tuition: $444 per credit hour

Wilmington Universityís online Masterís in Management Information Systems program combines fundamentals in communication and networking into a business model. Students must complete 36 credits for the degree. Classes include topics in Business Strategy, Quantitative Business Analysis, IT Policy and Strategy, and Data Management.

#11 – Colorado Technical University

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Tuition: $585 per credit

Colorado Technical University offers an online Master of Business Administration Technology Management degree program. Students complete 48 credits in classes like IT Management, Relational Database Management Systems, Managerial Accounting, and Human Capital Management. The program combines business with a technology management concentration so students are prepared to plan, operate, and develop IT systems.

#12 – Ashford University

Location: San Diego, California
Tuition: $625 per credit hour

Ashford University’s Forbes School of Business offers an online Masters of Business Administration in Information Systems degree program. Students must complete 42 credit hours in core business courses, specialization options, and a capstone project. Classes include Systems Analysis, Finance, Public Administration, and Capstone Seminar.

#13 – Herzing University

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Tuition: $650 per credit hour

At Herzing University, students can earn an online MBA Technology Management degree. Students must complete 51 semester credits, including core business classes, industry-specific concentration courses, and a capstone project. Core classes include Strategic Planning and Marketing, while the concentration classes include Information Security and Privacy and Project Management in Technology.

#14 – Friends University

Location: Wichita, Kansas
Tuition: $631 per credit hour

Friends University, a non-denominational Christian university, offers an online Masterís in Management Information Systems. The program includes 30 credit hours and takes about two years to complete. While attending online classes, students learn business foundations and technical skills, which they can use in for-profit and nonprofit organizations.

#15 – Kaplan University

Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Tuition: $441 per credit hour

Kaplan University offers an online MBA in Information Technology. The program includes 76 credits and covers the foundational principles of information technology and their relation to business management. Core classes include System Analysis and Design, Principles of Information Technology, and Critical Concepts and Competencies for the IT Professional.

#16 – DeVry University

Location: Downers Grove, Illinois
Tuition: $2,298 per three-semester-credit-hour course

Students at DeVry University can earn an online Masterís in Information Systems Management program. Students must complete 48 credit hours in core business classes, information systems management courses, and electives. The program gives students the opportunity to explore subjects like upgrading information systems, implementing computer networks, and maintaining networks.

#17 – Excelsior College

Location: Albany, New York
Tuition: $620 per credit

Excelsior Collegeís online MBA in Technology Management degree requires between 33 and 48 credits and offers core business classes, electives, concentration classes, and a capstone class. Students learn about quality and productivity assessment, project management, innovation, and more. Concentration classes include Project Management Principles and Application, and Management of Innovative Technology.

#18 – Bellevue University

Location: Bellevue, Nebraska
Tuition: $485 credit hours

Bellevue University offers an online Master’s in Management Information Systems program that consists of between 42 and 45 credit hours. The online program focuses on business practices and managing emerging information system technologies. MIS courses include IT Project Management and Survey of System Developments. Core MBA classes include Managerial Accounting and Computer Concepts and Applications.

#19 – CalUniversity

Location: Diamond Bar, California
Tuition: $395 per credit

CalUniversity, formerly known as California InterContinental University, is a completely online university. The school offers an online MBA in Information Systems and Knowledge Management. The program includes combining management practices with current information system technologies. Students complete business foundation classes, information systems courses, and a capstone project.

#20 – Grantham University

Location: Lenexa, Kansas
Tuition: $325 per credit hour

The online MBA in Information Management degree program at Grantham University teaches students important business strategies and managerial skills needed to work in emerging computer networking and information processing technologies. The program includes 36 credit hours of core classes, specialized classes, and a comprehensive capstone project.

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Why Nursing is the Perfect Career Today

Nursing has been one of the most valuable and rewarding careers for decades and data indicates that it will continue to be in high demand for decades to come. Nursing is a rewarding career that lets you help your fellow man while making a very good salary and is perfect if you love to help people and are compassionate and caring. There are many reasons why nursing is the perfect career today and they include demand, population, and salary. Demand Demand is at an all-time high for nurses right now because the population is growing older and the Baby Boomer
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Different Types Of Forensic Science Degrees

The forensic sciences cover a wide range of specialties from fingerprinting to chemical analysis and almost everything in between. A degree in any forensic Science can lead you to a very fulfilling career where you are assisting various organizations in law enforcement, anthropology, and other fields. This particular degree choice has boomed among students in the past few years due to the popularity of television shows such as CSI, Law & Order, and NCIS but forensic scientists are still in very high demand all across the United States and Internationally. The high demand for people with a forensic science degree
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