*Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies degree program requires 121 credits and approximately 4 years and 1 month to complete.
“I am so proud that our College of Education can reach and support students’ course work and clinical practices in communities where traditional higher education institutions don’t and help those students achieve so they can serve those same communities as certified classroom teachers.”
— Dr. Roggeman
The program length for an online bachelor’s in education is four years. Other factors, such as the number of eligible credits you can transfer toward your program and whether you take breaks from your program you could complete your degree in more or less time.
Our core courses are taken online. The clinical portion of the degree, which includes field experience and student teaching, takes place in a traditional classroom environment.
Here’s more good news — we don’t expect you to take several courses at once. You only take one course at a time over five weeks. Our virtual learning environment is asynchronous, which allows you and your peers to engage in discussions and assignments on your own schedule.
You can learn from faculty who are leaders in their field. They bring their experience from the real world to teach and demonstrate skills that support your career growth.
Although you’ll be learning in your own space, you are never alone. There are academic counselors and financial advisors who will answer your questions and support you from your first day as a Phoenix through graduation.
Yes. If you’ve previously attended an accredited college, you may be able to transfer eligible credits that could apply toward your degree requirements. An enrollment representative can answer your questions about which credits may be transferred.
There are even more ways to save time and money on your degree including applying for scholarships (eligible students may qualify for scholarships on day one) or you may be eligible for reduced tuition, tuition assistance or other benefits through your employer.