Huntington University offers a wide range of courses through the convenience of distance learning. Our online degree programs are nationally ranked for quality and affordability and are designed to fit into the busy schedules of working students. Take classes without paying extra to drive to campus and learn in the comfort of your own home.
Online Summer Courses
As one of the most affordable online Christian colleges, HU offers a wide variety of online courses during each summer semester. Discounted online courses are available for current HU students, early entry high school students, and non-HU college students. Class sizes are capped to create an intimate learning experience. Earn the same degree online as you would in a classroom.
Adult Online Programs
HU's Adult Online Programs enable you to complete certain degrees entirely online. Online classes allow for maximum flexibility with no requirements of being online at specific times. You take the classes you need and you log-on when it's convenient for you. Interested in more information?
Graduate Online and Hybrid Programs
HU offers graduate courses online and in a hybrid format to best fit your needs and schedule. Learn more about our impressive slate of graduate programs.
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As a marketing specialist for Apollo Design Technology in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Melissa Irk’s responsibilities include multi-tasking several projects, monitoring a budget and staying current on marketing trends. Despite her busy work schedule, Irk was determined to finish her degree. “I chose Huntington University’s adult degree programs because it was tailored to working adults,” she…
Scott Johnson went to college for two years immediately after graduating from high school in the early 1970s. He earned above-average grades, but grew impatient and eventually quit college to work full time. But in his mid-forties, Johnson took stock of his life. He identified one important goal he had failed to achieve—a college education. “I had a solid career, but I knew I needed to…