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Online Degrees

Earning your degree is closer than you think! 

You want to go back to college and earn your degree but wonder, “Can I fit a degree into my busy life?” The short answer is a resounding “Yes!” Our students prove it’s possible. They pursue degrees while balancing home and work, and so can you.

We offer seven degree programs and one certification, all designed for those with a busy life. Courses are delivered through a five-week online format. Taking courses online gives you maximum flexibility to earn your degree when you are available, not on someone else’s schedule.

Huntington University’s online degrees are built on a foundation of biblical and Christian principles. Your professors will challenge you to pursue academic excellence and integrate Christian faith within your selected field of study.

Programs Designed for Adult Learners

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1. Complete the online application

2. Pay the $20 application fee.

3. Requst Official Transcripts from your graduating high school and each college you have attended, if applicable. If you have taken at least 24 credit hours of college course work at a regionally-accredited college or university, you do not need to request your high school transcript.

4. File a FASFA using HU's school code (001803).

Accreditation

Huntington University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Ready to Take the Next Step?

If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact us at AdultEd@huntington.edu or (800) 600-4888.

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Did You Know?

51%
College grads typically earn 51% more than those with only a high school diploma.
35
The average age of an adult degree program student in 2018 was 35.
70%
You’re not alone. 70% of Hoosiers take more than 4 years to finish college.
7:1
The average adult degree class has a 7:1 student-professor ratio.