If you are considering an online education, you might be disheartened by the lack of options that some schools offer. Arizona State University Online is the answer to your problems, offering a variety of undergraduate, graduate and certificate options.
Academics at ASU's online school are wide-ranging, with majors in everything from education to art. Undergraduate programs include, but are not limited to:
- Art History
- Criminal Justice
- Film and Media Studies
Graduate programs offer master's degrees in Systems Engineering, Graphic Information Technology and Healthcare Innovation, to name a few.
Admissions requirements for the online school are roughly the same as ASU's general requirements: students must meet academic standards, and nonresidents should supply ACT or SAT scores. An individual review is available for some students who do not meet academic requirements.
ASU financial aid is available to online students in the form of federal loans and grants as well as a selection of scholarships. Unlike on-campus tuition costs, ASU Online tuition does not change based on residency status.
If you want to learn more about what college life is like as an online student at Arizona State University, you can visit the school's website and take part in the online student orientation.
Quick Facts about Arizona State University - Online School
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