WKU offers more than 90 graduate, undergraduate, and certificate programs 100% online.
If you are able to enroll in a combination of online, on demand and/or Regional Campus offerings, you will find an even broader selection of degree programs available at a distance. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Whether you plan to finish your degree, advance your education, or change career paths, you will find numerous learning opportunities at WKU that fit your schedule.
|Master's Degree Programs||
WKU offers 31 online Master’s degrees in various disciplines, as well as over 25 graduate certificates and endorsements which may be earned as part of your master's degree program, with advisor approval. Admission to the Graduate School Program at WKU is required, as well as admission into the program itself.
|Graduate Certificates and Endorsements||
Currently 29 graduate certificate programs and three graduate endorsements are available online. Graduate certificates can often be incorporated into your larger master's program - allowing you to earn two credentials at the same time!
|Bachelor Degree Programs||
WKU offers 14 bachelor degree online, including 9 which can be earned 100% online.
The remaining 6 are designed to sit on top of an associate degree - allowing students
with an associate degree to complete their bachelor's in as little as 2 years. There
are additional opportunities for students with previous college credit. Web courses
can also be taken in conjunction with your major that may equal a minor or specialized
certificate. Admission to WKU as an undergraduate student is required.
Undergraduate students seeking a baccalaureate degree from WKU may be required to complete a minor along with their major area of study. Several minors are now available completely online and this number continues to grow.
WKU offers the opportunity for undergraduate students to earn certificates in specialty areas as they are working toward their degree. This provides an excellent opportunity for students to demonstrate expertise in an area complimentary to their major.
|Associate Degree Programs||
Typically, associate degrees can be earned in as little as two years. Often students choose to complete an associate degree program before moving on to a bachelor's degree program. Many of the courses required for an Associate may count toward a four–year degree.
To learn more about WKU’s online courses and programs, you can visit the links above, call us toll-free at 888-495-8932 (888-4WKUWEB), or email us at email@example.com. We hope to be hearing from you soon!