The University of Louisville online learning program offers students all over the world the option to complete their degrees via distance learning, while still maintaining their outside commitments. Using an electronic management system for the online courses called “Blackboard,” the University of Louisville online learning program offers several undergraduate and graduate degrees, from the comfort of the students’ home.

Aside from offering online learning programs, the University of Louisville is physically located in Louisville, Kentucky and is the first city-owned public university in the United States. Founded in 1798, the University of Louisville is a research university and is well-known for their melanoma clinic, as well as their neurology and spinal cord research programs.

The online learning program at the University of Louisville allows students to complete their entire degree program, both graduate and undergraduate, in the online setting. The undergraduate degrees offered by the University of Louisville distance learning program includes:

RN to Bachelor of Sciences in Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Administration of Justice
Bachelor of Arts in Communication
Bachelor of Science in Workforce Leadership

Graduate degrees include:

Master of Education in Special Education (with concentration options in Moderate and Severe Disabilities, Learning and Behavioral Disorders, Autism and Assistive Technology)
Master of Science in Administration of Justice
Master of Science in Computer Science
Master of Science in Human Resource Education
Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration
Master of Science in Civil Engineering

Tuition fees for the University of Louisville online learning program cost a little over $450 per undergraduate credit and a little over $650 per graduate credit. Students looking to apply for financial aid are encouraged by the university to complete the FAFSA. Visit the University of Louisville website to learn more about their online course programs.