North Park’s online programs allow the flexibility to juggle work and life demands. Choose online only or blend online and on-campus courses.
Tailored to your schedule, goals, and learning style, our accelerated seven-week courses offer exactly what you need to advance in your career.
Our financial advisors will work with you to explore a variety of payment options including financial aid, scholarships, and grants.
Undergraduate Online Programs
The School of Professional Studies offers online options that combine the quality and personal engagement of a North Park education with convenient, 24/7 delivery. Whether online classes are the easiest to fit into your busy life, or you simply prefer the online delivery method, we know adult students require flexible options in their studies.
Prior Learning Assessment
We value the knowledge and skills you have already acquired and will work with you to determine whether you are able to earn credit hours for your life experience through our unique Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) process.
Graduate Online Programs
At the School of Business and Nonprofit Management, we continually evaluate and reinvent our online graduate program curriculum, responding quickly to an ever-changing market. That means the best-practices you graduate with will not just be relevant—they will give you the competitive advantage you need to land the leadership position you want.
- 2019–20 tuition = $2,340 per course
- Master’s degrees require 18 courses which would cost around $42,000–$44,000 (adjusting for slight tuition increases)
- Many SBNM students qualify for tuition grant and scholarship opportunities that reduce overall tuition by up to 35%—a savings greater than $14,000
Doctor of Nursing Practice Online Program
The School of Nursing and Health Sciences prepares students to become effective leaders in today’s healthcare system through its rigorous Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. Students enrolled in the DNP program will complete 7 semesters of online coursework and visit North Park’s campus once each year.