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You can apply for a deferment of tuition payment if you have an employer that offers reimbursement. This form should be completed each term and submitted to the Bursar’s Office no later than one week after the first day of classes.

Yes, many programs offered at the University of Scranton can be started on campus, and have various courses within the program that are offered online.

Tuition does not include the cost of textbooks. You will be provided a book list for every course so that you can rent, buy, or borrow textbooks. You can review all tuition costs on our tuition page.

All faculty members in the Kania School of Management are part of an elite group of institutions verified by AACSB International, the highest designation possible for a business school. They are skilled in creating dynamic learning environments that help students succeed through highly specialized courses. Learn more about our faculty here.

The majority of faculty for this program are tenured professors. Learn more about our faculty here.

Courses required for the online MBA – MHA program are taught by both tenured and adjunct professors. Learn more about our faculty here.

The online Master of Science in Finance program is taught by tenured professors. Learn more about our faculty here.

The online Master of Science in Health Informatics program is taught by both tenured and adjunct professors. Learn more about our faculty here.

The online Master of Science in Human Resources Management program is taught by both tenured and adjunct professors. Learn more about our faculty here.

The faculty for this program are tenured associate and assistant professors. Learn more about our faculty here.

The program is taught by a combination of adjunct and tenured educators. Learn more about our faculty here.

The University of Scranton does not require any residencies or on-campus visits for the online Master of Accountancy. All of your coursework is 100% online.

The University of Scranton does not require residencies or on-campus visits to complete the online Master of Business Administration. All coursework is 100% online.

The University of Scranton does not require any residencies or on-campus visits for the completion of the online Master of Health Administration. All of your coursework is 100% online and you will have 150 hours of a fieldwork component.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Consider these costs as you budget for your education. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Consider these expenses as you budget for your education. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Consider these costs as you budget for your education.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees such as professional organizations like the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). Consider these costs as you budget for your education. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies and other fees. Consider these expenses as you budget for your education.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Consider these expenses as you budget for your education.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Consider these expenses as you budget for your education. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies and other fees. Consider these expenses as you budget for your education.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Consider these costs as you budget for your education. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Consider these expenses as you budget for your education. You can review tuition costs for this program here.

The University of Scranton does not require any pre-requisites for the online Master’s in Health Administration (MHA) program.

While a background in business is preferred, students with non-business bachelor’s degrees have the option to apply by completing some or all of the Master of Accountancy bridge courses. Students should also complete at least one 3-credit financial accounting course. Request more information or call us at 866-373-9547 to learn more.

The University of Scranton does not have prerequisites for the online Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.

Yes, the University of Scranton is a participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program.

So long as you have an internet connection and can commit to the time it takes to complete coursework, you can continue in the program. Some courses have fieldwork experiences that need to be completed. If you think you may be deployed at the time you’ll need to complete those, speak with a program manager directly at 866-373-9547 or onlineprograms@scranton.edu to discuss your options.

For questions about tuition payment options and discounts, contact the Bursar’s Office.

Yes, financial aid may be used for textbooks and cost-of-living expenses. All information regarding financial assistance is available here.

Yes, you’re welcome to visit campus anytime. Get local information and schedule your on-campus visit by chatting with our admissions team by phone or email.

Online programs at the University of Scranton are explicitly designed for busy working professionals in mind, including those with personal and professional responsibilities. The asynchronous format lends itself well to the flexibility you need to succeed in the program you select.

Yes, you can take breaks throughout the program. Check with your advisor on the maximum number of years you have to complete a specific program.

Not at all. The University of Scranton welcomes students from all faiths and cultures. Read more about how our religious affiliation shapes our culture here.

No. You can declare your specialization after starting your MBA program.

No. You can declare your specialization after starting your MHA program.

No. You can declare your specialization after starting the online Master of Accountancy program.

While you do not need to have all documents ready when you start your application, your application file (GPA/transcripts, letters of recommendation, goal statements, etc.) must be complete when you submit your application to the program. Incomplete files will not be considered.

No. The University of Scranton Online MHA program is designed to accommodate healthcare administration majors as well as non-healthcare administration undergraduates.

Scranton is proud to support U.S. military service members and veterans who serve our country, along with their families. Veterans and active duty service members may benefit from the Yellow Ribbon Program and the GI Bill®, which financially assist military personnel and their families as they continue their education. Learn more about military benefits at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Yes, the University of Scranton accepts transfer credits. To learn about the transfer process and how many credits you may transfer, call 866-373-9547 or email.

Yes, the University of Scranton works with Nelnet Business Solutions for payment plans. Contact the Bursar’s Office.

Application extensions may be considered depending on the program and situation. To learn more, contact an admissions advisor at 866-373-9547 or onlineprograms@scranton.edu.

There is no fee to apply to the University of Scranton.

Yes, the University of Scranton has hybrid degrees to choose from, depending on your program of choice. You can see the graduate and certificate programs here.

Yes, we do. You can see the graduate and certificate programs here.

Provision acceptance varies among programs. To learn more, contact an admissions advisor at 866-373-9547 or onlineprograms@scranton.edu.

An instructor or advisor can walk you through the basics of an online class. Still, if you should experience problems accessing your coursework or submitting text in a message board, we have professional technical support available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

No, the University of Scranton does not give credit for work experience.

The University of Scranton welcomes students from around the globe but does not offer visa sponsorship. Students may enroll in our online graduate programs while living outside of the U.S.; however, they will not qualify for federal financial aid. International students can learn more about their options by contacting us at (866) 373-9547.

Currently, we do not have a virtual open house scheduled for this program. To learn more about the dual MBA–MHA, click here.

Currently, the University of Scranton does not offer scholarships for this program. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan

The program does not require an entrance exam. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

The online dual MBA – MHA program requires applicants to have at least three years of professional or supervisory work experience. To learn more about our admission process, visit our admission page.

The online Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate program does not accept transfer credits. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

No, the Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate does not follow a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Learn more about the courses for this program here.

Yes, there is a part-time option for the online Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate. The part-time option allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities. To see the curriculum, view our curriculum page.

No, the online Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate does not have a residency component. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, there is no virtual open house scheduled for this program, but while working with your advisors, you’ll have the chance to talk to faculty for questions that you may have. You can find out more about the Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate program here.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, the University of Scranton does not offer scholarships for this program. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan

The program does not require you to complete an entrance exam. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

Work experience is not required for this program. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

Scranton’s Executive Certificate in Health Administration program does not accept transfer credits. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

No, there is no cohort model for this program.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if your schedule allows you to do so successfully. Learn more about the courses for this program here.

Yes, a part-time option is offered for this program. Completing this certificate part-time allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities. Plus, it gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

No, the online Executive Certificate in Health Administration does not have a residency component. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, there is no virtual open house scheduled for this program. But by working with advisors, you have the ability to talk to faculty about questions you may have. Building a connection with faculty is an invaluable benefit of higher education, and you will be able to reach out to them as you begin the process of becoming an online student.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, the University of Scranton does not offer scholarships for this program. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility.
  • The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384. Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

The program does not require you to complete an entrance exam. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

Applicants must have at least three years of professional or supervisory work experience, plus a signed affidavit to verify this experience. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The online Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics program does not accept transfer credits. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time means you’ll take four classes within eight months. To see the curriculum, view our curriculum page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with four classes within 12 months. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities and will enable you to absorb the information in your coursework fully. To see the curriculum, view our curriculum page.

No, the online Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics does not have a residency component. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, there is no virtual open house scheduled for this program, but more information can be found here.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, the University of Scranton does not offer scholarships for this program. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan

The program does not require you to complete an entrance exam. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

Work experience is not required for this program. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The online Master of Accountancy program accepts up to six transfer credits with program director approval. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

The online Master of Accountancy is designed as a part-time program. Learn more about the courses for this program here.

Yes, the online Master of Accountancy is designed as a part-time program. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Currently, there is no virtual open house scheduled for this program.

Yes, the online Master of Accountancy program offers two concentrations, including Forensic Accounting and Accounting Analytics. You may also select any five electives — out of 16 available courses — to tailor your degree to suit your interests. Learn more about the curriculum for this program here.

Currently, the University of Scranton does not offer scholarships for this program. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan

The University of Scranton does not require any entrance exams for acceptance to the online Master of Accountancy program.

Work experience is not required for admission. However, students who don’t have an undergraduate degree in accounting or business must take an additional Master of Accountancy bridge courses. You can learn more about these courses and admission requirements here, or contact a recruitment team representative by calling toll-free at (866) 373-9547.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

The online dual master’s program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Learn more about the courses for this program here.

The online MBA – MHA program accepts up to 9 transfer credits with program director approval. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

Yes, there is a part-time option for the online dual MBA – MHA program. The part-time option allows you to balance work, school, and personal responsibilities. To see the curriculum, view our curriculum page.

Yes, the dual program has an optional residency component. Students can complete course HAD 581 – Administrative Residency. Learn more about this course here.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

The online Master of Business Administration program accepts up to six transfer credits with program director approval. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

The online MBA is a part-time program. Learn more about the courses for this program here.

Yes, there is a part-time option for the online MBA program. The part-time option allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Currently, there is no virtual open house scheduled for this program.

Yes, the online MBA program offers eight concentration options, including accounting, business analytics, enterprise resource planning, finance, healthcare management, human resources management, international business, and operations management. Learn more about our selection of MBA concentrations here.

Currently, the University of Scranton does not offer scholarships for this program. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan

The University of Scranton does not require any entrance exams. Three years of management experience is required for admission.

Yes, three years of professional or supervisory work experience is required, along with an affidavit of work experience signed by a supervisor or employer. To learn more, contact a recruitment team representative by calling toll-free at (866) 373-9547.

The online Master of Health Administration program accepts up to 12 credits from another CAHME accredited MHA program. Transcripts and sometimes a syllabus is required to verify transfer credits. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Yes, there is a part-time option for the online Master of Health Administration program. The part-time option allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Currently, there is no virtual open house scheduled for this program.

Currently, the University of Scranton does not offer scholarships for this program. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA ® to determine financial aid eligibility. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA ® code is 003384.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan

We offer 2 specializations for the MHA degree along with the general track. You may choose between Health Informatics and Global Health. You can review the courses now.

The University of Scranton does not require any entrance exams. Three years of management experience is required for admission to the MHA program.

Yes, 3 years of professional work experience is required, along with an affidavit of work experience signed by a supervisor or employer. To learn more, contact a recruitment team representative by calling toll-free at (866) 373-9547.

The online Master of Science in Finance program accepts up to 6 transfer credits with program director approval. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Learn more about the courses for this program here.

Yes, there is a part-time option for the online Master of Science in Finance program. The part-time option allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities. To see the curriculum, view our curriculum page.

No, this program does not have a residency component. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, this program does not have a virtual open house, but more information on the program can be found here.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, the University of Scranton does not offer scholarships for this program. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan

The GMAT/GRE requirement for the online MS in Finance program has been waived through the Spring 2021 term due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Applicants who have three years of professional work experience in finance may be waived from the GMAT. You will be informed of your individual requirement after a review of your completed application. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

The online Master of Science in Finance program does not require work experience. If you do not have work experience in finance, you may be required to take the GMAT. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The online Master of Science in Health Informatics program can possibly accept up to 6 transfer credits with program director approval. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Yes, there is a part-time option for the online Master of Science in Health Informatics program. The part-time option allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

No, this program does not have a residency component. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, there is no virtual open house scheduled for this program.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, the University of Scranton does not offer scholarships for this program. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan

GMAT scores are not required but may be submitted to bolster your application. In some cases, the Admissions Committee may request GMAT scores after an application has been reviewed.

The online Master of Science in Health Informatics program does not require work experience.

The online Master of Science in Human Resources Management program can possibly accept up to 6 transfer credits with program director approval. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Learn more about the courses for this program here.

Yes, there is a part-time option for the online Master of Science in Human Resources Management program. The part-time option allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities. To see the curriculum, view our curriculum page.

No, this program does not have a residency component. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, there is no virtual open house scheduled for this program.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, the University of Scranton does not offer scholarships for this program. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan

Admission to the Master of Science in Human Resources Management program does not require an entrance exam. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

The online Master of Science in Human Resources Management program does not require work experience. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The online Supply Chain Management Certificate program does not accept transfer credits. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information  or call us at 866-373-9547.

No, the online Supply Chain Management Certificate does not follow a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if your schedule allows. Full-time means you’ll take 4 courses plus any additional modules in one semester.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time. It is offered part-time and comprised of four courses and up to three prerequisite modules with a total of 12–15 total credits in 12 months. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities and will enable you to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our curriculum page.

No, the online Supply Chain Management Certificate does not have a residency component. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, there is not a virtual open house scheduled for this program, but you can find more information here.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

Currently, the University of Scranton does not offer scholarships for this program. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

The program does not require an entrance exam. You can learn more about admission here.

Three years of professional work experience are a requirement in order to be admitted to this program.

The University of Scranton has a Center for Career Development that supports you along your career path. Learn more about the Gerard R. Roche Center for Career Development here.

Many students apply for student loans. All inquiries regarding student loans start with the FAFSA® here to determine financial aid eligibility. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384.

All inquiries regarding student loans start with the FAFSA® here. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384.

You can start the FAFSA® form here. The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admission process, visit our admission page.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The first step is to start your application. To determine the best start date for you, contact a recruitment team representative by calling toll-free at (866) 373-9547.

The first step is to start your application. To determine the best start date for you, contact a recruitment team representative by calling toll-free at (866) 373-9547.

The first step is to start your application. To determine the best start date for you, contact a recruitment team representative by calling toll-free at (866) 373-9547.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The first step is to start your application. To determine the best start date for you, contact a recruitment team representative by calling toll-free at (866) 373-9547.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

You can start your application now.

You can complete the program in 8 months depending that there are no required prerequisites to take. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just 10 months. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just 8 months. To see the curriculum, view our curriculum page.

You can complete the online Master of Accountancy program in 18 months. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Students who take courses part-time should anticipate taking about 4 years to complete the program. You can complete this program faster with transfer credits and at a full-time pace. Students who have multiple foundations modules to complete will need extra time to complete the degree. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Typically, students complete the online program in 2–3 years. It is possible to take more than one course per term with your advisor’s approval. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Typically, students complete the online program in 2.5 years. It is possible to take more than one course per term with your advisor’s approval. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just 12 months. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Typically, students complete the online program in two years at a comfortable pace of one course per term. It is possible to take more than one course per term with your advisor’s approval. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in 21-22 months part-time. This program is designed for one class at a time but students can talk to their advisors about doubling up classes to finish quicker. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just 8 months at a part-time basis. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The University of Scranton is a Jesuit university animated by the spiritual vision and the tradition of excellence characteristic of the Society of Jesus and those who share its way of life. Our Jesuit principles are echoed throughout each of our online programs. Learn more about our Jesuit values here.

The University of Scranton is a Jesuit university animated by the spiritual vision and the tradition of excellence characteristic of the Society of Jesus and those who share its way of life. Our Jesuit principles are echoed throughout each of our online programs. Learn more about our Jesuit values here.

Like all programs at the University of Scranton, this graduate certificate is founded on Jesuit principles, so you learn to manage patient data with ethics and integrity. Learn more about our Jesuit values here.

The University of Scranton is a Jesuit university animated by the spiritual vision and the tradition of excellence characteristic of the Society of Jesus and those who share its way of life. Our Jesuit principles are echoed throughout each of our online programs. Learn more about our Jesuit values here.

The University of Scranton is a Jesuit university animated by the spiritual vision and the tradition of excellence characteristic of the Society of Jesus and those who share its way of life. Our Jesuit principles are echoed throughout each of our online programs. Learn more about our Jesuit values here.

The University of Scranton is a Jesuit university animated by the spiritual vision and the tradition of excellence characteristic of the Society of Jesus and those who share its way of life. Our Jesuit principles are echoed throughout each of our online programs. Learn more about our Jesuit values here.

The University of Scranton is a Jesuit university animated by the spiritual vision and the tradition of excellence characteristic of the Society of Jesus and those who share its way of life. Our Jesuit principles are echoed throughout each of our online programs. Learn more about our Jesuit values here.

The University of Scranton is a Jesuit university animated by the spiritual vision and the tradition of excellence characteristic of the Society of Jesus and those who share its way of life. Our Jesuit principles are echoed throughout each of our online programs. Learn more about our Jesuit values here.

The length of classes varies by program, but typically online courses last 8 weeks.

The online Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your planned course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the credits you’ve completed. You can take 8–12 months to complete the program if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online Executive Certificate in Health Administration program is designed for working professionals with busy schedules, so if something interrupts your planned course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the credits you’ve completed. The University of Scranton allows up to 6 years to complete a program. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your planned course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing credits you’ve completed. The University of Scranton allows up to 6 years to complete a program. To see the curriculum, view our curriculum page.

You may take up to 6 years to complete the degree if needed. Speak with your advisor for more details. To learn more about the courses, visit our curriculum page.

The online MBA – MHA program is designed for working professionals with busy schedules, so if something interrupts your planned course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing credits you’ve completed. You can take up to 6 years to complete the program if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online Master of Business Administration program is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 6 years to complete the degree if needed. Speak with your advisor for details.

The online Master of Health Administration program is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your planned course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the credits you’ve completed. You can take up to 6 years to complete the degree if needed. Speak with your advisor for more details.

The online Master of Science in Finance program is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your planned course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the credits you’ve completed. You can take up to 6 years to complete the degree if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online Master of Science in Health Informatics program is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your normal course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the courses you’ve completed. You can take up to 6 years to complete the degree, if needed. Speak with your advisor for more details.

The online Master of Science in Human Resources program is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your planned course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the credits you’ve completed. You can take up to 6 years to complete the degree if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The Supply Chain Management Certificate is designed for working professionals with busy lives, so if something interrupts your planned course of study, you don’t have to worry about losing the credits you’ve completed. You can take up to 12 months to complete the certificate if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Obtaining transcripts, securing letters of recommendation, and writing personal statements take time. Start the application process as soon as possible. Once your application file is complete, it typically takes 2–4 weeks to review and provide an answer as to whether you’ve been accepted to the program.

Starting with the MBA program, we have had fully online programs since 2008.

Starting with our online MBA program, we have had fully online programs since 2008.

Starting with the MBA program, the University of Scranton has had fully online programs since 2008.

Starting with the MBA program, we have had fully online programs since 2008.

Once your application file is complete with all necessary information, it typically takes 2–4 weeks to review and provide an answer as to whether you’ve been accepted to the program.

The online Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate does not require clinical or field hours. Learn more about this program here.

The online Executive Certificate in Health Administration does not require clinical or field hours. Learn more about this program here.

The online Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics does not require clinical or field hours. Learn more about this program here.

The end of the program consists of either HAD 580 or HAD 581. HAD 580 includes a 150-hour internship. HAD 581 requires 1,000 hours of fieldwork experience. Learn more about the courses here.

This program does not require fieldwork. Learn more about this program here.

This program does not require fieldwork. Learn more about this program here.

This program does not require fieldwork. Learn more about this program here.

The online Supply Chain Management Certificate does not require clinical or field hours. Learn more about this program here.

The online Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate consists of two required courses, two elective courses and up to two foundation modules and possible prerequisites. You can review the courses and find out how many you’ll need to complete now.

The program consists of five courses — three core courses and two electives — from the CAHME-accredited Master’s in Health Administration (MHA) program. You can review the courses for this program now.

You’ll complete four courses to earn the online Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics. You can review courses now.

There are 10 courses required for the online Master of Accountancy. However, students who don’t have an undergraduate degree in accounting or business must take Master of Accountancy bridge courses. Learn more about bridge courses and the curriculum for this program here.

The online MBA – MHA program consists of 56 credits of core courses, 6 credits of electives, and a 3-credit fieldwork course. This totals 65 credits, plus 7 potential 1-credit modules. You can review the courses now and find out how many you’ll need to complete. For details about the courses for this program, call 866-373-9547 or email.

The number of courses depends on your concentration. Determine the courses you’ll need to complete by visiting our curriculum page.

The online Master of Health Administration program consists of 16 courses for the general program, plus an additional 3 courses if you choose a specialization. You can review the courses now.

The online Master of Science in Finance program consists of 10 courses. You can review the courses now. For further questions about the courses for this program, call 866-373-9547 or email.

The online Master of Science in Health Informatics program consists of 11 courses. You can review the courses now.

The online Master of Science in Human Resources Management program includes 11 courses. You can review the courses now.

The online Supply Chain Management Certificate program consists of four courses and up to three prerequisite modules. You can review the courses and find out how many you’ll need to complete now.

You’ll complete 12-18 credits to earn the certificate. You can review the courses and find out how many you’ll need to complete now.

You’ll need to complete 15 credits to earn the online Executive Certificate in Health Administration. You can review the courses for this program now.

You’ll complete 12 credits to earn the online Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics. You can review the courses now.

The online Master of Accountancy program consists of 30 credit hours. However, students who don’t have an undergraduate degree in accounting or business must take Master of Accountancy bridge courses. Learn more about bridge courses and the curriculum for this program here.

The online MBA – MHA program requires 65–72 credits. You can review the courses now and find out how many you’ll need to complete.

The AACSB-accredited online MBA program consists of 36-48 credit hours, depending on your chosen concentration. You can review the curriculum now.

The CAHME-accredited online MHA program is made up of 44 credits plus a three-credit internship with 150 hours of fieldwork experience (HAD 580 Internship in Health Administration). Students may choose to add to the online MHA with either the health informatics specialization or the global health specialization for a total of 53 credits, including 150 hours of fieldwork. The global health specialization includes two, 10-day study abroad trips to places like South America and Europe. You can review the curriculum now.

The online Master of Science in Finance program requires the completion of 30 credits. You can review the courses now.

The online Master of Science in Health Informatics program requires the completion of 33 credits. You can review the curriculum now.

The online Master of Science in Human Resources Management program requires the completion of 33 credits. You can review the courses now.

Depending on your academic background, you’ll complete 12-15 credits to earn the online Supply Chain Management Certificate. You can review the courses and find out how many you’ll need to complete now.

The online Master of Accountancy program requires completing 30 credit hours, regardless of the specialization you choose. Students who don’t have an undergraduate degree in accounting or business must take Master of Accountancy Bridge courses. Visit our curriculum page to learn more about the required courses for this program.

The number of credits required for your degree is dependent on the concentration you choose. Visit our curriculum page to determine how many you’ll need to complete.

There are 53 credits required to complete the MHA with a specialization in Health Informatics or Global Health, including 150 hours of fieldwork and two study abroad trips for the Global Health specialization.

The online Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate program does not accept transfer credits. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

Scranton’s Executive Certificate in Health Administration program does not accept transfer credits. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

The online Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics program does not accept transfer credits. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

The online dual MBA – MHA program accepts up to 9 transfer credits with program director approval. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

The online Master of Science in Finance program accepts up to 6 transfer credits with program director approval. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

The online Master of Science in Human Resources Management program can possibly accept up to 6 transfer credits with program director approval. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

The online Supply Chain Management Certificate program does not accept transfer credits. To learn more about credit transfers, request more information or call us at 866-373-9547.

The student population at the University of Scranton is 5,253, including 3,792 undergraduate students. You can learn more about us here.

Each term lasts eight weeks, beginning on a Monday and ending on a Sunday. The terms run back-to-back except for a three-week break at the end of December, and a one-week break at another part of the year. There are six terms per year.

You can enter the program six times per year.

Each term lasts eight weeks, beginning on a Monday and ending on a Sunday. The terms run back-to-back, except for a three-week break at the end of December, and a one-week break at another part of the year. There are six terms per year.

You can enter the program three times per year—May, August, or January.

Each term lasts eight weeks, beginning on a Monday and ending on a Sunday. The terms run back-to-back except for a three-week break at the end of December, and a one-week break at another part of the year. There are six terms per year.

You can enter the program three times per year—May, August or January.

The expected hours will vary per program. In undergraduate courses, you can expect to work at least 8–10 hours per week, per class. For a graduate-level program, you may have 12–15 hours per week of classwork, per course. Contact us to learn more at 866-373-9547 or onlineprograms@scranton.edu.

Once your application file is complete, it typically takes 2–4 weeks to review and provide an answer as to whether you’ve been accepted to the program.

The program is designed to meet the needs of professionals in healthcare desiring to enhance their career opportunities by developing expertise in health informatics. We will evaluate your transcripts and work experience to make this determination.

Non-credit courses do not count toward the degree. However, we will evaluate your transcripts and work experience to determine if you need to take any foundational modules. You can take the test to place out of the module requirement by demonstrating your competency.

The program is designed to meet the needs of professionals from diverse backgrounds who would like to make a career switch or enhance their job opportunities by using their business skills in a new environment. We will evaluate your transcripts and work experience to make this determination.

It’s best to talk to your program manager directly about this. Options vary depending on why you were not accepted into the program. Generally speaking, if your GPA isn’t high enough, you can take community college courses to improve it. You may simply need more work experience.

To set up your employer-sponsored payment, you will work with the Bursar’s Office, who will provide details for your employer to complete the proper tuition payments.

It is not! The diploma is the same for all graduates, whether your program was completed online or at our campus location.

Yes. The University of Scranton is regionally accredited by the [Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) and holds necessary programmatic accreditation as well. You’ll be held to the same high standards as our students on campus. Learn more about our accreditation here.

The University of Scranton is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). Learn more about our accreditation here.

No, this program is only offered fully online.

The University of Scranton is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). Learn more about our accreditation here.

No, the Executive Certificate in Health Administration classes are offered either entirely on campus or entirely online.

The University of Scranton is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). Learn more about our accreditation here.

No, the Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics is currently only offered online.

This program is offered on campus and online.

The University of Scranton is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). The dual MBA – MHA program integrates the AACSB-accredited MBA curriculum with the CAHME-accredited MHA curriculum. The MBA is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the MHA by the Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME). Learn more about our accreditation here.

This program is offered both on-campus and online. You can choose to complete the program in either modality.

Students can choose to take this program on campus or online.

This program is only offered online.

The University of Scranton is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). The online Master of Science in Finance program is also accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Learn more about our accreditation here.

This program is offered both on-campus and 100% online; students can choose either option but cannot do both.

This program is in candidacy status, and is pending accreditation review by CAHIIM.

This program is only offered online.

The University of Scranton is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). Learn more about our accreditation here.

No, this program is only offered online.

The University of Scranton is one of the first fully online MHA programs to receive CAHME accreditation. The rigorous online curriculum mirrors the coursework taught in the on-campus MHA program, which is also CAHME accredited.

The University of Scranton is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). Learn more about our accreditation here.

No, this program is currently offered online only.

Yes, the University of Scranton is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). You can learn more about our accreditation here.

While both online and on-campus programs offer the same quality rigor and instruction, online programs are typically ideal for full-time working professionals due to the maximum flexibility they offer. Online students can study where and when it’s best for them instead of traveling to campus to complete courses in person. This flexibility allows them to balance their obligations with schoolwork and achieve their ultimate goals.

The University of Scranton has a physical, brick-and-mortar campus located in Scranton, Pennsylvania. You can learn more about the University here.

There is. The University of Scranton is committed to embracing and celebrating diversity — in all dimensions — as a necessary component of academic and professional excellence.

Work experience is required for admission to certain programs. To find out if work experience is required for your chosen degree, call 866-373-9547 or email.

Yes, you can work with faculty or enrollment counselors to speak to current students. We also have many alumni who have provided stories about their experiences.

Absolutely! Graduates of the on-ground and online programs are strongly encouraged to walk in their graduation ceremony.

We will evaluate your transcripts and work experience to determine if you need to take any foundational modules. You may place out of the healthcare module by taking a competency test prior to the beginning of the first course.

The University of Scranton is regionally accredited – a nationally recognized credential and the highest level of accreditation a traditional college or university can obtain – by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). The online Master of Accountancy program is also AACSB accredited.

The University of Scranton is regionally accredited – a nationally recognized credential and the highest level of accreditation a traditional college or university can obtain – by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). The online MBA program is housed by the AACSB-accredited Kania School of Management.

The University of Scranton is regionally accredited – a nationally recognized credential and the highest level of accreditation a traditional college or university can obtain – by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).

To apply for the program, you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, along with a 3.0 minimum undergraduate GPA. You must also submit your official transcripts, professional resume, personal statement, and three letters of recommendation. Three years of professional or supervisory work experience is required. You can learn more about the admission requirements here.

To be admitted to the online Master of Accountancy program, you must provide evidence of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university, or the equivalent from an international college or university.

Applicants must also submit official transcripts from all previously attended colleges and universities, in addition to an official resume, a statement of intent, and three letters of reference. Applicants are required to have a minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0.

Applicants with a non-business Bachelor’s degree (e.g., mathematics) from an accredited institution with a GPA of 3.0 or better will be considered. However, applicants must have completed at least one 3-credit financial accounting course with a grade of B or better from an accredited institution. Professional accounting experience, recommendations, and other graduate admission information will also be considered.

Learn more about bridge courses and admission requirements for this program here, or contact a recruitment team representative by calling toll-free at (866) 373-9547.

Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and a 3.0 minimum undergraduate GPA. You must submit official transcripts, a professional résumé, three letters of recommendation, a statement of intent, and have at least three years of professional or supervisory work experience. In addition, you’ll complete a background check. You can learn more about our admission requirements here.

Admission requirements include a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited university, résumé, three letters of recommendation, personal statement, transfer credit policy form, letter of recommendation cover form, a summary of submission form, affidavit of work experience signed by a supervisor or employer, background check acknowledgment and disclosure form and 3 years of professional working experience. To learn more, contact a recruitment team representative by calling toll-free at (866) 373-9547.

To be admitted to the online MBA program, you must provide evidence of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university or the equivalent from an international college or university. Applicants must also submit official transcripts from all previously attended colleges and universities, in addition to an official resume, a letter of intent, and three letters of reference, with at least one from a supervisor or other professional reference. Applicants are required to have at least three years of professional or supervisory work experience along with a minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0. Learn more about admission requirements for the online MBA here, or contact a recruitment team representative by calling toll-free at (866) 373-9547.

To apply for the program, you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, along with a 3.0 minimum undergraduate GPA and three years of professional work experience.. You must also submit your official transcripts, resume, personal statement, and three letters of recommendation. You can learn more about the admission requirements here.

To apply for the program, you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, along with a minimum 3.0 undergraduate GPA. You must also submit your official transcripts, professional resume, and three letters of recommendation. You can learn more about our admissions requirements here.

To apply for the program, you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, along with a 3.0 minimum undergraduate GPA. You must also submit your official transcripts, resume, personal statement, and three letters of recommendation. Students who don’t have a healthcare or technology background must complete prerequisite courses HINF 501 and HINF 502. You can learn more about our admissions requirements here.

To apply for the program, you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, along with a 3.0 minimum undergraduate GPA. You must also submit official transcripts, a professional resume, a personal statement, and three letters of recommendation. The GMAT/GRE requirement has been waived for Summer 2020, Fall 2020, Intersession 2021 and Spring 2021 admission for the online MS in Finance program, due to testing limitations surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. You will be informed of your individual requirement after a review of your completed application. You can learn more about our admissions requirements here.

To apply for the program, you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, along with a 3.0 minimum undergraduate GPA. You must also submit your official transcripts, professional résumé, a personal statement, and three letters of recommendation.

To apply for the program, you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, along with a 3.0 minimum undergraduate GPA. You must also submit your official transcripts, professional resume, personal statement, and three letters of recommendation. You can learn more about our admissions requirements here.

With our online programs, you are in control of your own schedule and can complete your coursework at your convenience. Although there are weekly deadlines, you are not locked into participating at a particular time or place. You also can take your coursework with you when you travel. The program is completely portable: all you need is a computer with an internet connection to access your coursework.

The University of Scranton offers two specializations in the Master of Health Administration program to better prepare you for the ever-changing healthcare industry.

In our Health Informatics specialization, you’ll use data to improve healthcare decisions and learn the importance of informatics in driving innovation in healthcare.

In our Global Health specialization, you’ll learn about and experience public health, health management, and social justice issues outside of North America. This specialization also includes travel with faculty and other students for two 10-day study abroad trips to places like Europe and South America.

The online MBA program offers eight concentration options, including accounting, business analytics, enterprise resource planning, finance, healthcare management, human resources management, international business, and operations management. Learn more about our selection of MBA concentrations here.

The online Master of Accountancy program offers two concentrations, including Forensic Accounting and Accounting Analytics. You may also select any five electives — out of 16 available courses — to tailor your degree to suit your interests. Learn more about the curriculum for this program here.

Evidence of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university, or the equivalent from an international college or university. Applicants should have a minimum of three years of professional work experience and are required to submit official transcripts from all previously attended colleges and universities. Admission requires an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale). International students must also supply proof of English proficiency by submitting TOEFL, STEP or IELTS scores and a course-by-course evaluation of foreign transcripts from World Education Services (WES) or Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE).

The University of Scranton has six start dates throughout the year. To find out the next start date, call 866-373-9547 or email.

The University of Scranton has three start dates throughout the year. To find out the next start date, call 866-373-9547 or email onlineprograms@scranton.edu.

The University of Scranton has six start dates throughout the year. To find out when the next start date is, call 866-373-9547 or email onlineprograms@scranton.edu.

The University of Scranton has three start dates throughout the year. To find out when the next start date is, call 866-373-9547 or email.

The University of Scranton has six start dates throughout the year. To find out when the next start date is, call 866-373-9547 or email.

The University of Scranton has six start dates throughout the year. To find out when the next start date is, call 866-373-9547 or email.

The University of Scranton has six start dates throughout the year. To find out when the next start date is, call 866-373-9547 or email.

The University of Scranton has six start dates throughout the year. To find out when the next start date is, call 866-373-9547 or email.

The University of Scranton has three start dates throughout the year. To find out when the next start date is, call 866-373-9547 or email.

The University of Scranton has three start dates throughout the year. To find out when the next start date is, call 866-373-9547 or email.

The University of Scranton has three start dates throughout the year. To find out the next start date, call 866-373-9547 or email onlineprograms@scranton.edu.

Start dates vary by program. Find your program here to learn more.

We’re driven by Jesuit values rooted in social justice, including the pursuit of excellence and development of personal potential, commitment to service, and experiential learning. You can learn more about our values here.

A typical week for our online students consists of 12–15 hours of study time for each graduate course. Each course is designed to be asynchronous, meaning you can log into Engage, our online platform, on your schedule, and complete coursework when and where you please. Some courses may feature synchronous elements, but most are entirely asynchronous, allowing you to learn when it’s convenient for your schedule.

The University of Scranton is a private institution rooted in the Jesuit traditions of free inquiry, ethical integrity, and social justice. You can learn more about us here.

Cohort classes refer to a group of students educated at the same time, usually within the same program.

You’ll need a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 to apply to the program. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

You’ll need a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 to apply to the program, although the MBA program may accept outstanding candidates with a lower GPA provisionally.

Applicants need a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0. Learn more about our admissions policy here.

You’ll need a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 to apply to the program. You can learn more about admission here.

You’ll need a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 to apply to the program. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

You’ll need a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 to apply to the program. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

You’ll need a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 to apply to the program, although outstanding candidates with below a 3.0 will be accepted provisionally.

You’ll need a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 to apply to the program, although outstanding candidates with below a 3.0 will be accepted provisionally.

You’ll need a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 to apply to the program. However, we do consider applicants with a lower undergraduate GPA based on work experience. Please speak to an Enrollment Counselor at 866-373-9547 for more information. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

You’ll need a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 to apply to the program.

Applicants need a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0, however, we do consider applicants with a lower undergraduate GPA based on work experience. Please speak to an Enrollment Counselor at 866-373-9547 for more information. You can learn more about our admission policy here.

Financial aid is funding from companies, banks, lenders, and the government that helps students and their families pay for college. It can take the form of loans, grants, scholarships, or work-study programs. Some types of financial aid need to be repaid, while others do not. You can learn more about financial aid at the University of Scranton here.

The capstone course includes a health informatics placement with the opportunity to work on a project aligned with the student’s interest.

While the specifics of each program vary, the admissions process always starts by submitting your application for the program you want to attend. To complete your application file, you’ll need official transcripts, letters of recommendation, personal statements, and more. Our admissions team will help guide you through this process. Once your file is complete with all items, it will be reviewed for a decision. The review process generally takes 2–4 weeks.

Our classes are capped at a maximum of 20 students.

Many faculty of the The Kania School of Management have a longstanding tradition of excellence in teaching and scholarship, combining professional experience with world-class research. You can find a breakdown of faculty and their titles here.

All courses in this program are taught by faculty in our CAHME-accredited Master’s in Health Administration program, so you get the same expert guidance and mentorship in a shorter certificate program. You can find a list of faculty here.

In the Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics, you’ll learn from the same top-tier health informatics professionals who teach our master’s program. You can find a listing of faculty along with their titles here.

The Kania School of Management has a longstanding tradition of excellence in teaching and scholarship. Faculty combine professional experience with world-class research. To learn more about faculty in the dual master’s program, click here.

Faculty of the Kania School of Management have a longstanding tradition of excellence in teaching and scholarship, combining professional experience with world-class research. To find a breakdown of faculty and their title you can visit here.

The Master of Science in Human Resources Management is taught by a team of engaged, energetic faculty members who are experts in the field and passionate about helping students take the next step in their careers. Learn more about our faculty here.

Many faculty of the The Kania School of Management have a longstanding tradition of excellence in teaching and scholarship, combining professional experience with world-class research. To find a breakdown of faculty and their title, visit here.

Tuition is $965 per credit hour. You’ll need to complete 65–72 credits for a total tuition of $62,725–$69,480, before fees. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

Tuition is $757 per credit hour. You’ll need to complete 12 credits for a total tuition of $9,084, before fees. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

The cost per credit for the online MBA is $965 per credit hour. The total number of credit hours is dependent upon your concentration and can vary from 36–48. The total cost of tuition is $34,740–$46,320 before fees. Learn more about tuition here.

Tuition is $965 per credit hour. You’ll need to complete 30 credits for a total tuition of $28,950, before fees. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

Tuition is $965 per credit hour. You’ll need 12–15 credits for the certificate, totaling  $11,580–$14,475, before fees. You can review tuition costs for this program here.

Tuition is $965 per credit hour. You’ll need to complete 12–18 credits for a total tuition of $11,580–$17,370, before fees. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

Tuition is $940 per credit hour. You’ll need to complete 15 credits, with total tuition of $14,100, before fees. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

The cost-per-credit for the online Master of Accountancy program is $895 per credit hour. The total cost of tuition is $26,850–$37,590 before fees. Learn more about tuition here.

The cost-per-credit for the online MHA is $940 per credit hour, with 47 credits, so your total tuition is $44,180, before fees. Students may choose to add to the online MHA with either the health informatics specialization or the global health specialization for a total of 56 credits, adding $52,640.

The program offers eleven, three-credit hour modules, for a total of 33 graduate credit hours. Tuition is $757 per credit hour, so your total tuition is $24,981, before fees.

Tuition is $875 per credit hour. You’ll need to complete 33 credits for a total tuition of $28,875, before fees. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

FAFSA® is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid — a form you’ll complete to determine eligibility for federal financial aid, including work-study jobs, grants and scholarships (neither of which require repayment) as well as loans (which need to be repaid). Sallie Mae loans are private loans offered through the Sallie Mae Bank or a lender partner.

The National Center for Education Statistics reports that the University of Scranton has a student-to-faculty ratio of 13 to 1.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application.

Since the SAP licensure exam is not part of the curriculum, we are not tracking all exams that are taken. However, this program does prepare graduates for the SAP Certification.

The online Executive Certificate in Health Administration does not prepare you for a licensure exam, but rather advanced careers in the field and opportunities to further your education. Learn more about the outcomes of this program here.

The online Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics does not prepare you for a licensure exam, but rather careers in the field and advanced education opportunities. Learn more about the outcomes of this program here.

Rather than prepare you for a specific licensure exam, the online MBA – MHA program prepares you to help organizations navigate the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, as well as successfully implement sustainable approaches to business development and organizational excellence through leadership positions. Learn more about the outcomes of this program here.

Since a licensure exam is not part of the curriculum, we are not tracking all exams that are taken. However, students who complete this program will be prepared for various professional certifications, including the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation offered by the CFA Institute.

Rather than prepare you for a licensure exam, the online Master of Science in Human Resources equips you for advanced careers within the field. The program’s curriculum is aligned with standards established by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), emphasizing development, strategy, and communication. Students of this program also receive a membership to the student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Learn more about the outcomes of this program here.

The online Supply Chain Management Certificate does not prepare you for a licensure exam, but rather careers in the field and advanced education opportunities. Learn more about the outcomes of this program here.

The maximum number of transfer credits allowed varies by program. To learn more, call 866-373-9547 or email.

The University of Scranton is a Jesuit university animated by the spiritual vision and the tradition of excellence characteristic of the Society of Jesus and those who share its way of life. The University is a community dedicated to the freedom of inquiry and personal development fundamental to the growth in wisdom and integrity of all who share its life. You can learn more about us here.

The Commission on Accreditation Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) is an interdisciplinary group of educational, professional, clinical, and commercial organizations. CAHME promotes, evaluates, and improves the quality of graduate healthcare management education in the United States and Canada.

CAHME Accreditation is the benchmark for students and employers alike. Students entering CAHME accredited programs are assured of appropriate content, high standards of quality, and membership in a network of professional colleagues that transcends universities and professional associations.

As a CAHME accredited institute the vast majority of your coursework can be completed according to your own schedule and some courses do require synchronous elements in order to remain aligned with CAHME accreditation requirements.

Tuition for the online Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate is $11,580–$17,370. You need to complete 12–18 credits at $965 each depending there are no required prerequisites to take. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

Tuition for the online Executive Certificate in Health Administration is $14,100. You need to complete 15 credits at $940 each. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

Tuition for the Online Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics is $9,084. You need to complete 12 credits at $757 each. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

The cost-per-credit for the online Master of Accountancy program is $895 per credit hour. The total cost of tuition is $26,850–$37,590 before fees. Learn more about tuition here.

Tuition for the online dual MBA – MHA program is $62,725–$69,480. You need to complete 65–72 credits at $965 each. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

The cost per credit for the online MHA is $965 per credit hour. The total number of credit hours is dependent upon your concentration and can vary from 36–48. The total cost of tuition is $34,740–$46,320 before fees. Learn more about tuition here.

The cost-per-credit for the online MHA is $940 per credit hour, with 47 credits, so your total tuition is $44,180, before fees. Students may choose to add to the online MHA with either the health informatics specialization or the global health specialization for a total of 56 credits, adding $52,640.

Tuition for the online Master of Science in Finance program is $28,950. You need to complete 30 credits at $965 each. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

Tuition for the online Master of Science in Health Informatics program is $24,981. You need to complete 33 credits at $757 each.

Tuition for the online Master of Science in Human Resources Management program is $28,875. You need to complete 33 credits at $875 each. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

Tuition for the Online Supply Chain Management Certificate is $11,580–$14,475. You need to complete 12–15 credits at $965 each. You can review tuition costs for this program here.

The University of Scranton is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). Scranton’s Kania Business School is accredited by Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), a distinction received by only five percent of business schools worldwide. Our online Master of Health Administration was one of the first online programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME). You can learn more about our accreditation here.

The University of Scranton is ranked No. 6 among Best Regional Schools in the North, No. 5 in Most Innovative Schools, and No. 12 for Best Undergraduate Teaching in the North, according to U.S. News & World Report‘s 2020 rankings. You can learn more about our awards and recognition here.

We are founded in Jesuit principles. You can learn more about us here.

The University of Scranton’s FAFSA® code is 003384. You can start the FAFSA® here.

After completing the online Master of Accountancy, you’ll have the expert-level knowledge to take the CPA exam and succeed in a variety of careers, including accounting manager, controller, risk analyst, compliance manager, and more. Learn more about career outcomes for this program here.

MBA graduates are equipped with expert-level skills and are capable of succeeding in diverse business careers. Learn more about the professional opportunities that await you after graduation by visiting our careers page.

Medical and health services managers are in high demand with employment projected to grow 18 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Your skills will apply to positions as a medical and health services manager, training and development specialist, benefits manager, hospital administrator and more. Learn more about the outcomes of this program here.

Your skills will apply to positions as a health informatics specialist, medical or health services manager, clinical informatics manager, and more. Learn more about the outcomes of this program here.

The Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) works with students to provide the support they may need to have a rewarding and successful experience at Scranton. Learn more here.

A summary of benefits is available here. Additionally, the friendly staff at the University of Scranton Online Admissions Office can be contacted directly at 866-373-9547 or onlineprograms@scranton.edu to answer your questions.

Students and their instructors can interact through discussion posts, and instructors keep office hours to chat via phone or video conference. Many students also find it easy to communicate with instructors over email.

Many faculty members are engaged throughout the Scranton community in their field expertise and have the opportunity to introduce you to clubs or organizations that enhance your studies. You will also have the ability to collaborate with classmates from various professions and industries around the country through online discussions and virtual meetings.

The difference between regional and national accreditation is best explained by EDsmart here.

In terms of rigor, instructors, or the physical degree you receive, there’s no difference between online and on-campus programs. Online degrees offer full-time working professionals maximum flexibility in their ability to receive expert instruction and interaction, along with consistent guidance and support. They can study where and when it’s best for them and balance their obligations with schoolwork and achieve their ultimate goals.

The application deadline depends on your chosen program and the semester you plan to start. To learn more, contact an admissions advisor at 866-373-9547 or onlineprograms@scranton.edu.

The University of Scranton has six start dates throughout the year and application deadlines vary among semester. To be sure your application is processed in time for your desired start date, apply now or call us at 866-373-9547.

The University of Scranton has three start dates throughout the year and application deadlines vary among semester. To be sure your application is processed in time for your desired start date, apply now or call us at 866-373-9547.

The University of Scranton has three start dates throughout the year and application deadlines vary by semester. To be sure your application is processed in time for your desired start date, apply now or call us at 866-373-9547.

The University of Scranton has three start dates throughout the year, and application deadlines vary by semester. To be sure your application is processed well ahead of your desired start date, apply now or call us at 866-373-9547.

The University of Scranton has multiple start dates throughout the year and application deadlines vary among semester. To be sure your application is processed in time for your desired start date, apply now or call us at 866-373-9547.

The University of Scranton has multiple start dates throughout the year, and application deadlines vary by semester. To be sure your application is processed in time for your desired start date, apply now or call us at 866-373-9547.

The University of Scranton has multiple start dates throughout the year and application deadlines vary among semester. To be sure your application is processed in time for your desired start date, apply now or call us at 866-373-9547.

The University of Scranton has six start dates throughout the year and application deadlines vary among semester. To be sure your application is processed in time for your desired start date, apply now or call us at 866-373-9547.

The University of Scranton has multiple start dates throughout the year, and application deadlines vary by semester. To be sure your application is processed in time for your desired start date, apply now or call us at 866-373-9547.

The University of Scranton has six start dates throughout the year and application deadlines vary among semester. To be sure your application is processed in time for your desired start date, apply now or call us at 866-373-9547.

The University of Scranton offers three start dates throughout the year and application deadlines vary among semester. To be sure your application is processed in time for your desired start date, apply now or call us at 866-373-9547.

The University of Scranton was founded in 1888 by the Most Reverend William G. O’Hara, D.D., the first Bishop of Scranton. You can learn more about us here.

Once your application file is complete, it typically takes 2–4 weeks to review and provide an answer as to whether you’ve been accepted to the program.

The University of Scranton is located in Northeast Pennsylvania, just two hours from Philadelphia, New York City, and Syracuse, N.Y. The address is 800 Linden St., Scranton, Penn., 18510. You can learn more about us here.

Specialists in the Financial Aid Office are available to answer questions specific to your program. You can call 570-941-7701 or email finaid@scranton.edu.

The friendly staff in the Online Admissions Office looks forward to answering your questions. Call 866-373-9547 or email.

You’ll have access to 24/7 technical support, so you’ll always be supported if you have any trouble accessing your coursework. Contact technical support at 866-373-9657. To learn more about our technical support and the equipment required for our online program, visit our Technology and Support page.

It will not. The diploma is the same for all graduates, whether your program was completed online or at our campus location.

The online Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate will prepare you to enroll in SAP E-Academy’s online SAP Certification Course at a discounted price, then take the SAP Certification Exam. Learn more about the SAP Certification Exam and other outcomes of this certificate program here.

Rather than prepare you for licensure, the online Executive Certificate in Health Administration is designed to prepare you for advanced careers in the field, along with opportunities to further your education. Learn more about the outcomes of this certificate program here.

Rather than prepare you for licensure, the online Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics is designed to prepare you for careers in the field, along with advanced education opportunities. Many graduates of this program pursue the online Master of Science in Health Informatics following graduation. Learn more about this master’s degree here.

The online Master of Accountancy program provides the robust accounting knowledge you need to take the CPA exam.

Rather than prepare you for a specific licensure exam, the dual MBA – MHA program prepares you to help organizations navigate the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, as well as successfully implement sustainable approaches to business development and organizational excellence through leadership positions. Learn more about the outcomes of this program here.

Rather than prepare you for a licensure exam, the online Master of Business Administration equips you to advance your business career as a leader in a variety of fields and gain industry-specific skills to help you achieve your long-term professional goals.

Rather than prepare you for a licensure exam, the online Master of Health Administration equips you to organize and manage medical information and healthcare staffs in all areas of the industry.

You’ll complete the Master of Science in Finance prepared for various professional certifications, including the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation offered by the CFA Institute. Licensure qualifications may vary by state. Learn more about the outcomes of this program here.

Rather than prepare you for a licensure exam, the online Master of Science in Health Informatics equips you to handle patient safety, improve quality, find and solve problems and enhance the use of data, which are crucial skills in the development and implementation of health services and systems.

Rather than prepare you for a licensure exam, the online Master of Science in Human Resources equips you for advanced careers within the field. The program’s curriculum is aligned with standards established by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), emphasizing development, strategy, and communication. Students of this program also receive a membership to the student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Learn more about the outcomes of this program here.

Rather than prepare you for licensure, the online Supply Chain Management Certificate is designed to prepare you for careers in the field, along with advanced education opportunities. Learn more about the outcomes of this certificate program here.

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