Rasmussen College Online

Online Degrees That can Help you Start Your Career

At Rasmussen College, we accommodate your need to be flexible by providing an online classroom experience unlike many other colleges.

We paved the road to successful online degrees and programs with our innovative and engaging online learning environment designed to meet the changing needs of our students. Our online degree curriculum is aligned with the curriculum delivered to students on campus, and our online faculty members are industry professionals who care about their students and specialize in delivering top-tier online education.

Check out our online classroom demo to experience life as an online student. You’ll find the intuitive design and easy-to-use online platform can help facilitate an engaging learning experience.

Accreditation and Convenience are More Important than Ever

Rasmussen College is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. With regional accreditation, you can rest assured your online courses—whether you’re earning a Certificate, a Diploma, or an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree—include the same high-quality curriculum and instruction that you would receive at any of our campus locations.

Plus, as an online student, you have 24/7 access to your courses. You can read course discussions, visit your instructor during online office hours, watch videos, review assignments, and check deadlines on your time—allowing you to balance your personal obligations with your academic schedule.

Value in Your College Experience

A college education is a significant investment, and when you choose to invest in Rasmussen College, we choose to invest in you and your success. Rasmussen College offers student support services and features not typically found at other colleges or universities, including:

  • Program manager: Your program manager will be with you every step of the way as you earn your degree, from navigating the admission process to completing your application to providing advice and answering questions
  • Financial aid advisor: Your dedicated financial aid advisor will meet with you to determine a personalized financial aid solution that allows you to earn the degree that is right for you
  • Student Advisor: Your student advisor will work with you each year to map out a course schedule that fits your life and meets your graduation timeline
  • Virtual events: Build a community, network with classmates, and find people with similar interests through social groups, web-based seminars, studies discussions, and
  • Library systems: Our library includes millions of academic resources, books, and publications, both on campus and online with full-text versions available on your computer
  • Tutoring: Online and on campus tutoring is available to you as often as you would like to schedule it, for any subject, and it comes at no cost to you
  • Learning Center: Our Learning Center provides access to live chat with instructors and fellow students for tutoring and writing assistance, as well as time management aids and tips
  • 24/7 technical support: Through EdVantage, each Rasmussen College student is provided 24/7 tech support to keep their computer updated and running effectively

Career development assistance: For students and alumni, our friendly career placement staff is available to help you identify positions in all industries—throughout your entire career

Your Education is Only the Beginning

Whether you plan to earn your degree in the area of business management or administration, Internet marketing, criminal justice, health or medical sciences, information technology, network security or computer forensics, computer science and software engineering, digital design and the development of websites, or early childhood education, your degree courses help prepare you for a successful career.

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