Herzing University

Herzing College first opened in 1965 and now has campuses across the United States and Canada. In addition, Herzing College offers a huge selection of online degree programs  ranging from diploma programs to associate's and bachelor's degrees. Herzing's EdFlex is a blended program where students can complete their degrees in a blended online and traditional classroom enviroment,  which can lead to accelerated graduation within certain programs of study. This is also a great option for students that enjoy the social aspects of traditional classes or are new to online formats.

Currently, Herzing College offers nearly a dozen degree programs in their fully online format. These programs include Bachelor of Science and Associates of Science in technology management, legal studies, computer science, accounting, and human resource management. Their School of Health Care offers programs at the diploma, associate's and bachelor's degree levels in health information management, billing and insurance coding, medical office administration, and health care management. The School of Design offers associates and bachelor level programs in graphic design and the School of Public Safety provides Bachelor and Associate of Science programs in homeland security and public safety as well as criminal justice. These courses are all carefully designed to allow online students access to the same high-quality instruction that on-campus students are provided, as well as being involved as part of a group through emails, chat systems and one-on-one communication with instructors and professors. Herzing University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association.

Like a traditional on-campus student, any online student that meets the eligibility requirements for grants and loans can apply for financial assistance. The college provides online and live financial advisors that are available through chat format or by phone. In addition, advisors are also available to help plan course choices and in ensure that courses selected will meet career and educational goals. The student services professional assigned to each student can also help with other requirements such as helping students understand how to prepare and work online with skills such as time management strategies, online learning techniques and handling stress. For more information please click the "Request Info" icon.

For more information about Herzing University graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit:http://www.herzing.edu/student-data.html