More than 4,000 students are earning University of Missouri degrees online. Options for studying at a distance have expanded again to include five new bachelor’s degrees and four more graduate options. Mizzou offers more online options than any other Missouri institution and we offer the second most online programs in the SEC and among public AAU institutions.
There are an estimated 700,000 Missourians who have some higher education but no college degree. These new bachelor’s degrees provide access to a well-respected Mizzou education while allowing you to maintain your full-time career. “It’s all about workforce development,” said University of Missouri Provost Latha Ramchand. “It’s our mission to provide access to the Mizzou experience whether you can study on campus or online.”
Most of Mizzou’s online students work full time and have families and community commitments. These new online degrees are 100 percent online and allow you to work toward the degree you need while allowing you the flexibility to maintain your busy schedule.
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Mizzou is now accepting applications for nine new online degrees. With these new options, there are 125 online degrees and certificates for you to choose from.
Learn to deliver effective messages in a program that blends media, organizational and interpersonal communication issues.
Sharpen your IT skills and succeed in a growing industry. Tailor course work to focus on software engineering or media technology.
Explore literature and culture. Turn your passion for reading and writing into a rewarding career and become an articulate global citizen.
Gain the diverse skills necessary to understand what makes people "tick" and open the door to a variety of occupations.
Become an independent-thinking citizen and learn to influence social change. Contribute to improving society by understanding how humans work together.
Take your STEM degree further and start or advance your career in the growing bioengineering industry.
Learn to advocate both in and out of the courtroom. Develop core skills in negotiation, mediation, arbitration and conflict resolution.
Go beyond bedside practice and into a fulfilling career in care management. Experience an interdisciplinary program that educates health care professionals on improving patient outcomes.
Maintain your technical engineering edge, while learning business and leadership skills. Prepare to take on a managerial role in the thriving industrial engineering field.
Mizzou offers 125 online degrees and certificates.