Earn your degree from home
Why is Judson University a good online school?
Because of COVID-19, learning online has become the new normal—but for us, online learning is nothing new. Since creating our Division of Professional Studies in 1994, Judson has found innovative ways to provide career-specific education and a high level of personal support to adult students, including online.
Top 3 reasons why Judson’s online programs are better
How do lectures and assignments work online?
Everything you need to attend virtual lectures, submit assignments, and review due dates is kept in one place: MyJudson. It’s your personalized website to access our eLearn learning management system, student success resources, and much more.
Are online colleges like Judson legit?
There’s a myth that online colleges don’t have the same caliber of programs. Judson University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and a member of the North Central Association. This means you can be confident in the quality of the education you receive in our online programs.
Judson University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and is a member of the North Central Association, among other notable associations.
What equipment/materials do I need to succeed at Judson?
Just like learning on-campus, you’ll order textbooks throughout your program. Additionally, you’ll need consistent internet access to complete assignments and participate in online discussion groups.
In fact, to help you embark on your online education, we’re currently offering free laptops to new students who join us in May 2020.
Learn how you can get a free laptop
How much does a Judson online degree cost?
At Judson, we promise to keep our tuition highly competitive with similar programs, and to be upfront with you about what you’ll pay for your degree. Your tuition will vary depending on how you complete your degree, as seen below.
Associate Degree Cost
$460 per credit hour
Bachelor’s Degree Cost
$555 per credit hour
Master’s Degree Cost
$705 per credit hour
How do I get help as an online Judson student?
As an online student, there’s no shortage of help and resources available to you:
Judson’s Online Writing Center is home to several tools for basic help on citing sources, integrating quotes, avoiding plagiarism, and more.
For math, science, statistics, business, and other topics, you have online access to live on-demand or appointment-based tutoring.
24/7 Tech Help
Run into a tech issue while accessing your account or completing an assignment? Connect with our helpdesk at any time, day or night.
The Benjamin P. Browne Library holds a huge online collection of research, journals, and even video tutorials on a variety of topics.
You’ll work with a personal success coach to help you make continual progress toward your degree.
Online Career Services
Take advantage of expert help on résumé writing, job searches, building a portfolio, and interviews.
Judson’s undergraduate degrees are designed to help you reach your career potential with curriculum that’s applicable to real-world workplace scenarios and taught by experienced professionals.
Whether it’s a job promotion, pay raise, or professional goal, Judson’s graduate programs are designed to help you advance your career to the next level.