Earning your bachelor’s degree at Mizzou will put you on the fast track to increased earnings potential and career advancement.
When you choose to go to school online with Mizzou, we’ll help you every step of the way.
GetEducated.com, TheBestSchools.org and U.S. News & World Report consistently rank our online bachelor’s degree programs among the best in the nation.
Mizzou’s online undergraduate programs are 100 percent online: no campus visits are required. You can earn your degree on your own schedule.
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Nelson Perez proves that there is no wrong time to go back to school. With his sights set on earning his master's in social work, he completed his undergraduate degree with the University of Missouri.
With Mizzou, Sarah Swoboda was able to earn her diploma while advancing her career. As a graduate of the Trulaske College of Business, Sarah is now connected to a network of alumni across the United States and the world.
Learn to deliver effective messages in a program that blends media, organizational and interpersonal communication issues.
Explore literature and culture. Turn your passion for reading and writing into a rewarding career and become an articulate global citizen.
Take ownership of your studies and shape your major to serve your career aspirations.
Build a strong foundation in a combination of disciplines and acquire transferable skills in written and oral communication and critical thinking.
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.
Feel confident to make informed business decisions; become well-positioned for a career in banking, finance, marketing and more.
Influence change and build tomorrow's skilled workforce with a foundational knowledge of educational theory, research and practice.
Prepare to work in educational settings with young children in civilian communities and on military installations.
Sharpen your IT skills and succeed in a growing industry. Tailor course work to focus on software engineering or media technology.
Start a nonclinical career or work toward a graduate or professional program in health care.
Promote and protect the health of people and the communities where they live.
Teach and serve as a manager in all areas of medical imaging, including patient care, research, sales and marketing.
Provide the hands-on care that assists in recovery and management of a wide range of medical conditions.
Gain the critical thinking and practice skills necessary for clinical management of patients within a constantly changing health care environment.