Though the Stephen F. Austin State University isn't among the largest
schools in the nation, it nonetheless aims to offer the same
opportunities and conveniences that other major state schools offer.
This includes online education, as Stephen F. Austin State University
provides students with options to earn a degree completely online. For
students who for one reason or another cannot make it to campus, this can
mean the difference between getting a college degree and attempting to
enter the workforce without one.
Stephen F. Austin State University currently two online degrees: one
graduate and one undergraduate. The undergraduate degree is a Bachelor of
Science in Child Development and Family Living online degree completion
program, while the graduate degree is a Master of Education in Early
Tuition costs for these two online education-based programs are
discounted for Texas residents, even though they will not attend on
campus. Financial aid is available through the FAFSA.
Since the undergraduate program is a degree completion program, students
must possess an associate's degree in Child Development and Family Living
or equivalent to qualify for admissions. Some work experience and
academic requirements may apply for both programs.