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South University offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs for both traditional and adult learners both online and at 11 campuses located in nine states. Classes are taught by experienced*, qualified instructors, and students are able receive individualized attention and industry-current curriculum. South University, Online Programs are designed to offer the same educational experience and personal attention as campus programs.
South University offers more than 35 different programs through its five colleges, including more than 20 programs also offered online. Each program is designed to help you gain the experience and knowledge needed to be competitive in your career. Associate, bachelor, master, and doctoral level programs are available - in areas that include business, nursing, information technology, and criminal justice. Additional programs are available in fields like ministry, paralegal studies, accounting, healthcare management, and public health, though not all programs are available at all locations. The online classes are accessible anytime, so you'll be able to earn your degree on your own time around your existing work and family commitments.
South University students have access to a wealth of resources to help them succeed, including career workshops, industry networking events, campus organizations, student activities, and testing services. As an online student at South University, Online Programs, you'll also have access to many different online student services and resources, including online tutoring and career services. For those students who qualify, South University accepts federal and state financial aid in the forms of grants, and loans, as well as scholarships. The University is also approved for the training of Veterans and other beneficiaries, so eligible students may use their veteran or military education benefits.
*Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty and instructors.
Program outcomes vary according to each institution's specific curriculum and employment opportunities are not guaranteed.