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Online bachelor degree programs at Union Institute & University build on life experience, often providing students with the ability to use their professional achievements toward college credits.
Live locally, nationally, or anywhere in the world and enjoy the ultimate convenience of a bachelor degree online. Communicate with faculty and other students at times of your choosing through phone, email, e-learning platform, and online. View our list of online bachelor degree programs to learn more or request more information.
See our complete list of online bachelor degree programs for details or to request information.
Whether your college credit was earned two weeks ago or more than 20 years ago, we recognize the value of your past learning. Union Institute & University’s bachelor degree program accepts transfer credits (up to 90 credit hours, see specific degree program for detailed information) from a variety of sources, including other accredited academic institutions, college-level experiential learning, workshop documentation, military training, and CLEP exams. Through careful faculty guidance, students develop an individualized study plan that matches their experience with their personal and career goals.
All of Union Institute & University’s bachelor degree programs are offered in low-residency models. You can select course schedules that best fit your lifestyle and location, and communicate with faculty and classmates through phone, email, CampusWeb (e-learning platform) and online.
Union Institute & University undergraduate students may be granted up to thirty (30) semester hours of credit for learning satisfactorily completed through workshops, courses, or seminars taken at non-regionally accredited colleges or through professional organizations. To receive academic credit, such work must be thoroughly documented as college-level learning.
Process & Evaluation Information
Union Institute & University is required by California law to pay into the state’s Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF) which is a small portion of each tuition dollar paid by California residents enrolled at one of the university’s California locations.
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