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Master of Mass Communication in Journalism and Mass Communications - Strategic Communication Management track only

Master of Library and Information Science
Specialist in Library and Information Science
Certificate of Specialized Study in Information Science

Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner 
Master of Science in Nursing - Adult Gerontology-Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Master of Science in Nursing – Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Master of Science in Nursing - Nursing Informatics
Master of Science in Nursing in Nursing Administration
Certificate of Graduate Study in Advanced Practice Nursing
Certificate of Graduate Study in Nursing Administration 
Post-Master's Certificate in Nursing Informatics
Doctorate of Nursing Practice - Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)
Doctorate of Nursing Practice - Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGACNP)
Doctorate of Nursing Practice - Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP)
Doctorate of Nursing Practice - Nurse Executive Leadership (NEL)

Master of Science in Speech Pathology
Master of Public Health in Health Promotion, Education and Behavior
Master of Public Health in Health Services Policy and Management


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Online Associate in Arts - Direct Transfer Agreement

The Associate in Arts - Direct Transfer Agreement (AA-DTA) is perfect for those who want to transfer to a four-year college or university to continue their studies. Not all online courses are taught every quarter. View the quarterly schedule to find the online/distance ed courses offered. Learn more about programs of study at LCC.

Online Associate in Business Degree

The Associate in Business degree program is designed for students planning to transfer to a university program. Management, accounting, marketing, finance, operations management, and human resources are some of the specializations available for those pursuing advanced studies. Learn more about business programs at LCC.

Online Associate in Nursing - Direct Transfer Agreement (LPN2RN eLearning Bridge)

This degree prepares students currently practicing as an LPN for licensure and employment as a registered nurse, as well as for continuing nursing education for a baccalaureate degree in nursing. Students who complete this degree and pass the registered nurse license exam (NCLEX-RN) may enter participating Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs in Washington State as seniors. The Nursing Program is approved by the Washington State Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission and accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.

Online Early Childhood Education Certificates

These programs provide students with both academic coursework and preschool and public school experience necessary to become a beginning teacher of children ages birth to 5 years. The program include teaching methods in reading, language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, children's literature, and expressive arts. Learn more about education programs at LCC.

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Best Ivy League Online Degrees

by TBS Staff

Do any Ivy League schools offer online degrees? Yes, and the number of online degrees that you can earn at the Ivy League level continues to grow. However, there are some limitations, especially where online bachelor’s degrees are concerned. We explore both the opportunities and limitations.

Online college is growing in popularity. Even more importantly though, online college is growing in credibility. For proof, look no further than the Ivy League. As the nation’s most selective colleges and universities open up to the concept of online courses and online degrees, even the Ivy Leagues are taking the virtual plunge. Most Ivy League universities offer some online courses. And if you’re up for the challenge, some of these vaunted universities offer access to fully online master’s degrees. In fact, you could earn an Ivy League MBA or an Ivy League MSW entirely online. Up until this point however, it has not been possible to earn an Ivy League bachelor’s degree online. That’s about to change.

The Best Ivy League Online Schools

Opportunities to earn online credits and even full degrees from the most selective schools in the country continue to grow. Of course, this doesn’t mean that we can all suddenly qualify for a Harvard education. However, it does mean that more academically qualified students than ever before — especially working adults and non-traditional students — could have a chance to experience Ivy League courses, engage Ivy League classmates and professors, and even earn Ivy League online degrees.

The Ivy League is the nation’s most exclusive club of universities. The eight schools comprising the Ivy League — Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton, University of Pennsylvania, and Yale — are among the oldest and most well-regarded universities in the U.S. While each of these eight schools has its own identity, culture, and areas of specialization, they do share a storied educational tradition.

This suggests that any steps the Ivies take toward standardizing online education are also steps that online education takes toward greater credibility. In other words, if online college is good enough for the Ivy Leagues, it should be good enough for pretty much anybody.

That said, these eight great universities have adopted online courses and degree programs with caution. Over its first 20 years of evolution, online education has crept slowly into the Ivy League, largely in the form of blended learning — offering students access to some online courses alongside traditional on-campus programs. Some of these universities have also created highly accessible pathways to Ivy League instruction — if not actual colleges credits — through Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).

And if you’re interested in earning a degree entirely online, you do have a few Ivy League options…that is, as long as you’re a graduate student. As a grad student, you may be eligible to earn a full online degree from an Ivy League university. Of course, it’s still the Ivy Leagues, so you’ll have to be an excellent candidate. But if you are, you may be able to find an Ivy League master’s online program that matches your discipline. As for ambitious undergraduates who intend to earn a fully online bachelor’s degree, you must look beyond the Ivy League, at least for now.

But stay tuned, because one Ivy League university is venturing into the unchartered waters of online undergraduate degree granting, and perhaps taking a boatload of excellent but underserved students with it.

On the Whole, I’d Rather Be in Philadelphia

Starting in the Fall semester of 2019, you’ll actually be able to earn a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania without setting foot in the City of Brotherly Love. In September of 2018, University of Pennsylvania announced that it would become the very first Ivy League university to offer a fully online bachelor’s degree program.

But it’s not just any bachelor’s degree. The Penn LPS Online Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) is a liberal arts program tailor-made for working adults and other non-traditional learners who are drawn to the convenience and flexibility of an online education. The program focuses on career enhancement and offers students a curriculum that integrates professional and academic coursework.

The new program at UPenn marks a big leap forward, and not just because it represents a new level of confidence in the value of an undergraduate degree earned fully online. Perhaps even more consequential are the demographics this new program invites to the Ivy League table.

Non-traditional Students Climb the Ivies

The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) projects that growth in the number of non-traditional students attending college will soon outpace growth in the number of traditional-age students enrolling for the first time. According to the NCES, “The enrollment of students under age 25 increased by 22 percent from 2003 to 2013, while the enrollment of those age 25 and over increased by 19 percent. From 2013 to 2024, however, NCES projects the increase for students under age 25 to be 13 percent, compared with 14 percent for students age 25 and over.”

The folks over there in the Ivy Leagues are pretty smart, so they understand exactly what this means. It means that working adults and non-traditional students are coming to represent an increasingly important segment of the college student population. And this segment comes with its own unique set of needs. UPenn is the first of the Ivies to address their needs directly.

The Chronicle of Higher Education suggests that UPenn’s new program may be the beginning of important trend. It is not simply its popularity that has drawn more prominent and well-regarded institutions to explore online college. There is also a growing awareness of the needs presented by working adults and other non-traditional students. These demographics make up a significant portion of the growth we’ve witnessed in online college enrollment over the last decade.

This makes sense. In many ways, these same demographics have long been underserved by undergraduate programs, who focus their outreach, awareness campaigns, and recruitment efforts on high-school aged applicants. The University of Pennsylvania may be leading the way in what promises to be a broader effort by the nation’s most highly-regarded schools to better accommodate adult and non-traditional college learners. As the UPenn program has recognized, online degree programs address many of the challenges uniquely faced by this population, including work, family needs, and a practical aversion to relocation.

While an Ivy League education isn’t for everybody, it does represent recognition at the very top of the academic pyramid for the underserved adult learning populations. If you count yourself among them, check out these features:

While the promise behind UPenn’s innovative new program gives us much hope for the future of non-traditional learners in the Ivy League, it doesn’t exactly help you right now. So what online courses can you take at the Ivy League level? And what online degrees can you earn from Ivy League schools?

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I’m glad you asked. Here’s what we’ve come up with:

Earn an Ivy League Degree Online

As noted above, the Ivy Leagues do offer a number of online options at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Read on for a more complete look at the hybrid undergraduate degrees and online masters degrees offered at each of the eight Ivy League institutions:

The Best Online Schools

If the innovative new degree program at the University of Pennsylvania is any indication, you may soon have the opportunity to earn an online bachelor’s degree at any of the eight Ivy League schools. This seems especially likely as the very best schools in the U.S. seek ways of accommodating the fast-growing student population of working adults and non-traditional students.

And if you simply can’t wait for the Ivy League schools to get their act together, we urge you to check out the Best Colleges in the U.S. by State for a look at how other reputable and respected schools are advancing opportunities for non-traditional students, especially through online education.

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Columbia University in the City of New York

Columbia University in the City of New York, more commonly known as Columbia University, is one of eight Ive League universities in the United States. It was founded in 1754 and is one of just a few universities in the United States to have been founded by royal charter of Great Britain. It was originally established as King's College but its name was changed to Columbia College in 1787 just 33 years after it was founded.

Columbia University is composed of 22 undergraduate academic schools which include Columbia College, the School of General Studies and the School of Engineering. In addition to its main campus in Manhattan, Columbia University has satellite campuses in Beijing, Santiago, Mumbai, Paris, Nairobi, Amman, Istanbul, Rio de Janeiro and Asuncion. Through special partnerships Columbia University offers joint undergraduate degrees through Julliard School, the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and the Paris Institute of Political Studies, also known as Sciences Po Paris.

Noteworthy alumni include five of the Founding Fathers of the United States, 20 heads of state, 3 U.S. Presidents, 9 Supreme Court Justices, 28 Academy Award winners and 20 billionaires. Through its students, faculty and staff, the university has been affiliated with over 100 Nobel Prize laureates.


Columbia University is one of the most selective universities in the United States and one of the hardest to gain acceptance. Only Harvard and Stanford are more selective than Columbia. Not surprisingly, Columbia University is consistently ranked among the top universities in the nation.

Columbia University offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in various fields of study ranging from of business disciplines to engineering to communication arts to healthcare. Altogether, Columbia offers degrees and programs in hundreds of areas.

Columbia Business School

Columbia Business School was founded in 1916 as a professional business training institute for both undergraduate and graduate students attending Columbia University. Like Columbia University, Columbia Business School has a very stringent admissions process and low acceptance rate. Currently, it is one of the most selective business schools in the nation.

Columbia Business School is best known as the home of one of the top MBA programs in the nation. Only 15% of applicants are admitted to the Columbia MBA Program which prides itself on diversity and accomplishment. Over 60% of Columbia MBA students come from abroad and altogether they speak over 50 languages.

During the first year of the full-time MBA program at Columbia, students are required to complete core curriculum in Financial Accounting, Managerial Economics, Corporate Finance, Managerial Statistics, Leadership, Marketing Strategy and Operations. During the second year of studies, students are able to take elective courses in line with their career objectives. The most popular MBA courses among students include Financial Statement Analysis and Earnings Quality, Value Investing, Economics of Strategic Behavior, Modern Political Economy and New Ventures.

Online Degrees

Once accepted to Columbia University's campus-based program, students have the opportunity of completing courses and classes online. Online courses at Columbia University are designed to provide students additional flexibility as they work toward and undergraduate or graduate degree. However, availability of online courses, classes and instruction vary from department to department and from program to program. Very few of Columbia University's degree programs can be completed entirely online.

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Phone Number: (212) 854-1754
Address: West 116 St and Broadway, New York, New York 10027
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
Size: Very Large ( 8,100+ undergrad, 17,000+ grad )
Award Levels: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral
In-State Tuition $ 39,353
Out-of-State Tuition $ 39,368
Online Degrees Offered: NO
Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 6 to 1
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Speech Communication and Rhetoric
Computer Information Sciences
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Education Of Individuals With Emotional Disturbances
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Social and Philosophical Foundations Of Education
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Columbia Engineering, the Fu Foundation School of Engineering & Applied Science at Columbia University in the City of New York, prepares talented students to become innovative, socially responsible leaders in industry, government, and academia. Our education is grounded in the fundamental principles and creative approaches of engineering, while being critically informed by the broader perspective of a distinguished liberal arts education. This interdisciplinary education mission is enriched by a research endeavor focused on expanding the knowledge base of engineering and creating technological solutions that serve society. Columbia students, faculty, and alumni strive to improve the human condition locally, nationally, and globally with their enthusiasm to learn, to question, and to solve some of the world’s most pressing current and future challenges.

Columbia Engineering also offers an online Artificial Intelligence (AI) program that empowers forward-thinking team leaders and technically proficient professionals to integrate AI strategies in their organizations.

Explore online programs across the following fields: Applied Mathematics, Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Data Science, Earth and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering.

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