Our Degrees. Your Schedule.
Why Flex Choice?
Save up to 26% off tuition on your Bachelor’s degree or up to 36% on your Associate’s degree.
Works for You
Choose your blend of traditional and self-directed assessments in our unique hybrid model.
Advantages of Flex Choice
Adjust your workload to move more quickly or slowly through courses as your family or work schedule changes.
Earn additional credits at no cost to make your degree even more affordable.
Move through your program more quickly and for some degrees, shorten your timeline to graduation.
At Your Pace
Move faster through concepts you know and take more time on new, challenging content.
Life Experience Helps You
Flex Choice is designed for students like you, who…
Are ready to grow professionally.
Want to solve real-life problems.
Have college experience.
Are eager to learn more.
Seek out help when needed.
Plan ahead and follow through.
Know their strengths and weaknesses.
Get in touch for more details on how Flex Choice works in your program.Request More Information
Flex Choice was the differentiation for me when I was looking at a number of different colleges. That was one of the big appeals. Flexibility is huge when your time for school is limited to after work and on the weekends.
FAQs: Flex Choice
How Do Flex Choice Assessments Save Me Time And Money?
Flex Choice can save you both time and money in two unique ways.
In Flex Choice self-directed assessments, you can show what you know as soon as you know it. That means you don't need to take course content that you already know. You can test out of a lesson or an entire Flex Choice assessment. When you do, those credits are added to your transcript and you'll save the money and time you would have otherwise had to spend on a traditional course.
And because you can take Flex Choice assessments at your own pace, you can speed up or slow down as your schedule allows. This means you can take the time you need to get through a challenging week in a traditional course or focus on responsibilities at work or home. Then, you can speed back up when you feel ready.
Who Can Take Flex Choice Assessments?
Flex Choice self-directed assessments are available for students in all Associate's and Bachelor's degree programs and the Practical Nursing Diploma program. It is not available for the Health Sciences Associate's degree program or to students pursuing their second Bachelor's degree through the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing entrance option.
What Assessments Are Available?
Flex Choice self-directed assessments are available in many subject areas and at both lower- and upper-division levels. When you enroll at Rasmussen College, your advisor will identify the Flex Choice assessments that apply to your degree program.
- Art History
- Conflict Resolution
To see a full list of Flex Choice courses, visit the Rasmussen College catalog section titled "FLEX CHOICE CREDIT BY ASSESSMENT COURSE OPTIONS."
Is There Anyone To Help Me If I Need It?
Yes. Whether your question is related to academic content, technology or time management, Flex Choice assessments are supported by staff who work on them specifically. Our advisors help you plan when to take Flex Choice assessments in your program and how to succeed in the self-directed format. Our academic coaches can help you with content in any Flex Choice assessment or help you navigate electronic resources and tools. You can also get live help with technology and online learning issues 24 hours a day. Staff at the Personal Support Center (PSC) are available by phone and online 365 days a year.
How does Flex Choice fit into my program?
Flex Choice assessments are designed to be taken alongside your traditional courses. You can move more quickly or slowly through the content to accommodate your traditional courses and your life at home and work. While you can begin any of your Flex Choice assessments at any time, your advisor will work with you to plan the best times in your degree program to take them.
Do I have to finish Flex Choice assessments on a set schedule?
While Flex Choice assessments can be started at any point in your degree program, you must finish within 60 days of beginning. Within that period, however, you have no due dates or restrictions of any kind, leaving you free to study and complete the assessment at your own pace.