Yes. BHSU offers three degree programs via online/distance delivery: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Management Specialization), Master of Science in Strategic Leadership (MSSL), and Master of Science in Curriculum & Instruction (MSCI). These programs can be competed irrespective of the student’s location. Please visit the online programs page for details.
The online programs offered are of the same high-quality, rigor, and accreditation as programs taught face-to-face at the BHSU campus.
Admissions procedures vary from program to program.
The applications for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Management Specialization) are accepted through the BHSU Admissions office. Please visit the online undergraduate application to apply for the BS-Business Administration (Management Specialization) program.
Please use the graduate programs application to apply for graduate online programs (MSSL and MSCI).
Please visit the following pages:
Current, degree seeking students can use WebAdvisor to register for online/distance courses. If you are a non-degree seeking student then visit the Course Registration page to register for a distance/online course. New degree seeking students (using financial aid) should complete and submit the Admissions Form before the online registration. The university reserves the right to cancel a course due to insufficient enrollments.
Yes. Students enrolled in online/distance programs can access library services, financial aid, counseling center, writing center, disabilities services, career center, etc. Please visit the library webpage to review library services for distance learners.
Yes, the credits earned through BHSU’s online courses are generally transferable, but it is up to the individual program and institution to determine whether the credits can be accepted in fulfillment of specific program and/or degree requirements.
Yes, online courses are taught using a Learning Management System (known as Desire2Learn or D2L) that requires a computer and Internet connection.
Yes. Please visit the financial aid page for details.
Please send us any additional questions you have.