Arizona State University today announced the creation of thirteen new online degree programs, reaching a total of more than 110 undergraduate and graduate degree programs entirely online. This development further demonstrates the university’s visionary leadership in scaling and expanding its online program to meet the evolving needs of students around the world.
ASU currently serves more than 80,000 students from all fifty states and more than 120 nations across the globe, more than 20,000 of which are online students.
The new Fall 2016 undergraduate programs include Bachelor of Arts degrees in Business Tourism and Business Administration; and Bachelor of Science degrees in Community Health, Nutrition – Food and Nutrition Management, Health Care Coordination, Business Data Analytics, Marketing, Management and Psychology.
New graduate programs include a Master of Education in Learning Design and Technologies, a Master in Nonprofit Leadership and Management, and a Graduate Certificate in the Science of Health Care Delivery. Enrollment for these programs is now open for the Fall B semester, starting October 2016.