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Utica College does not accept employer tuition deferrals. If you have employer tuition benefits, you will need to pay up-front with reimbursement from your employer at the end of the class session or establish alternative means of payment with your employer.

In general, online students cannot register for campus-only classes. Work with your success coach to plan out a schedule that works for you.

To check if you are eligible to receive benefits, please visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. At the bottom of the main page you will click on either service member benefits or family member benefits.

Although scholarships are unavailable for the B.S. in Criminal Justice program, non-traditional students have many third-party scholarships to consider. Plus, be sure to explore these financing options:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine your financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • If you’re a military veteran, a member of the reserves, or currently serving in the U.S. military, you and any dependents are eligible for several financial assistance options. Utica College also offers a 10-percent tuition discount for you and your spouse.

To learn more, call 1-866-295-3106 or request more information.

Because textbook costs vary according to the course, they are not included in your program’s estimated total tuition cost. Read more about tuition costs at Utica College.

Faculty in the M.S. in Financial Crime and Compliance Management program are a mix of tenured and adjunct professors. Our distinguished faculty have held high-level fraud management positions in the financial services industry and will share their extensive experience in risk analysis, fraud control implementation, and investigations. Having worked with Utica College’s Center for Identity Management and Information Protection, as well as organizations like the National White Collar Crime Center and the New York Clearing House Check Fraud Committee, faculty members will offer their tremendous first-hand insights. Read more about this program’s faculty in our faculty spotlight.

You will learn from a mix of associate and assistant professors with direct nursing experience throughout the program. To meet a faculty member, view our faculty spotlight.

Faculty in the MHA program are a diverse mix of adjuncts, assistant professors, and associate professors. Read more about faculty in the MHA program in our faculty spotlight.

You will learn from a mix of associate and assistant professors with direct nursing experience throughout the online post-master’s nursing education certificate program. To see our faculty spotlight, visit the program page.

You will learn from a mix of associate and assistant professors with direct nursing experience throughout the online post-master’s nursing leadership certificate program. View our faculty spotlight.

During the online transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy program, you get opportunities to learn from a team of tenured and adjunct faculty with diverse expertise. Click here to see our faculty spotlight.

Faculty in the B.S. in Health Sciences program are made up of adjuncts and associate professors. Read more about faculty here in our faculty spotlight.

Faculty in the Financial Crime Investigation certificate program are a diverse mix of tenured professors and adjuncts who bring their real-world expertise to their teaching. Read more about this program’s faculty here in our faculty spotlight.

The M.S. in Accounting is taught by associate and assistant professors who are experts in their field. Read more about this program’s faculty in our faculty spotlight.

Faculty in the M.S. in Cybersecurity are a diverse mix of tenured and adjuncts who bring their real-world expertise to their teaching. Read more about M.S. in Cybersecurity faculty in our faculty spotlight.

In the M.S. in Data Science program, faculty members are made up of a diverse mix of tenured and adjunct professors who bring their real-world expertise into the online classroom. Read our faculty spotlight here.

Faculty in the MBA program are a diverse mix of adjuncts, assistant professors, and associate professors. Read more about faculty in the MBA program in our program spotlight.

Most of the faculty who teach in the MSFA program are full-time instructors with permanent or long-term contracts with Utica College.

Faculty who teach in the online MSW degree program are a diverse mix of tenured and adjunct professors who bring their professional qualifications and real-world expertise into their courses. Learn more about this program’s faculty here.

Faculty in the post-Master’s FNP Certificate program are a diverse mix of tenured professors and adjuncts who have decades of nursing experience. Our faculty includes nurses who have gone through the certification process and have practiced as Family Nurse Practitioners. Read more about faculty here in our faculty spotlight.

The online B.S. in Cybersecurity program includes a modest application fee, distance learning fees, and a graduation fee. Students also pay a one-time enrollment deposit. Visit the tuition page for additional details.

In the online RN to BSN program, you will be responsible for a modest application fee, distance learning fees, and a graduation fee. The program also includes a one-time enrollment deposit. Learn more by visiting the tuition page.

The online Family Nurse Practitioner program includes modest application, distance learning, and graduation fees. Students are also responsible for a one-time enrollment deposit. Learn more by visiting the tuition page.

The online Nursing Leadership program includes a modest application fee, along with distance learning and graduation fees. Students are also responsible for a one-time enrollment deposit. To learn more, visit the tuition page.

The total estimated cost of tuition does not include the application fee, graduation fee, enrollment deposit, textbooks and supplies, personal expenses, and loan fees. You may have to budget for other costs incurred, such as transfer credit evaluations. You can review all tuition costs here.

The total estimated tuition cost for the Financial Crime Investigation certificate does not include distance learning fees, an application fee, graduation fee, enrollment deposit, textbooks and supplies, personal expenses, and loan fees. You can review all tuition costs here.

The estimated total cost of tuition does not include distance learning fees, an application fee, graduation fee, enrollment deposit, textbooks and supplies, personal expenses, and loan fees. You may have to budget for other costs incurred, including immunizations, background checks, and transfer credit evaluations. You can review all tuition costs here.

The total estimated cost of tuition for the M.S. in Cybersecurity does not include the application fee, graduation fee, distance learning fees, technology fee, enrollment deposit, textbooks and supplies, personal expenses, and loan fees. You can review all tuition costs here.

The total estimated cost of tuition does not include distance learning fees, an application fee, graduation fee, enrollment deposit, textbooks and supplies, personal expenses, loan fees, and travel for your residency. You can review all tuition costs here.

The total estimated tuition cost for the M.S. in Financial Crime and Compliance Management does not include distance learning fees, an application fee, graduation fee, residency and technology fee, enrollment deposit, textbooks and supplies, personal expenses, and loan fees. You can review all tuition costs here.

The total estimated cost of tuition for the M.S. in Nursing Education does not include the application fee, graduation fee, distance learning fee, enrollment deposit, textbooks and supplies, personal expenses, or loan fees.

Other costs incurred include immunizations, background checks, and transfer credit evaluations. You can review all tuition costs here.

The total estimated cost of tuition for the Master of Healthcare Administration does not include the application fee, graduation fee, distance learning fees, technology fee, enrollment deposit, textbooks and supplies, personal expenses, and loan fees. You can review all tuition costs here.

The total estimated cost of tuition for the MBA does not include the distance learning fee, application fee, graduation fee, enrollment deposit, textbooks and supplies, personal expenses, loan fees, and travel for your residency. You can review all tuition costs here.

All tuition costs, including miscellaneous fees, are detailed on our tuition page, which can be found here.

The total estimated cost of tuition does not include the application fee, graduation fee, distance learning fees, enrollment fee, or textbook costs. You can review tuition costs here.

Yes, there are miscellaneous fees associated with this online program. You can learn more about all tuition fees here.

The online B.B.A. in Accounting program includes modest application, distance learning, and graduation fees. There is also a one-time enrollment deposit. Visit the tuition page to review all program costs.

The online B.B.A. in Data Analytics program includes modest application, distance learning, and graduation fees. There is also a one-time enrollment deposit. Visit the tuition page to review all program costs.

The online B.B.A. program includes modest application, distance learning, and graduation fees. There is also a one-time enrollment deposit. Visit the tuition page to review all program costs.

Like many online programs, the B.S. in Criminal Justice program includes an application fee. Students also pay distance learning fees, a graduation fee, and an enrollment deposit. Visit the tuition page to learn more.

The online B.S. in Fraud and Financial Crime Investigation program includes modest application, distance learning, and graduation fees. There is also a one-time enrollment deposit. To review the program costs, visit the tuition page.

The total estimated tuition for the post-Master’s FNP Certificate program does not include distance learning fees, an application fee, graduation fee, enrollment deposit, textbooks and supplies, personal expenses, and loan fees. You may have to budget for other costs incurred, including immunizations, background checks, and transfer credit evaluations. You can review all tuition costs here.

The total estimated tuition cost for the transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy does not include the application fee, graduation fee, distance learning fee, residency and technology fee, enrollment deposit, textbooks and supplies, personal expenses, or loan fees.

You’ll also need to budget for travel for your residency, if applicable. Other costs incurred include immunizations, background checks, and transfer credit evaluations. You can review all tuition costs here.

Utica College does not offer scholarships for the online B.S. in Cybersecurity program; however, non-traditional students can pursue numerous third-party scholarships. You can also explore these financing options:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine your financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • If you’re a military veteran, a member of the reserves, or currently serving in the U.S. military, you and any dependents are eligible for several financial assistance options. Utica College also offers a 10-percent tuition discount for you and your spouse.

To learn more, call 1-866-295-3106 or request more information.

Although scholarships are not available for the online RN to BSN program, non-traditional students can pursue numerous third-party scholarships. Plus, be sure to review these financing options:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine your financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • If you’re a military veteran, a member of the reserves, or currently serving in the U.S. military, you and any dependents are eligible for several financial assistance options. Utica College also offers a 10-percent tuition discount for you and your spouse.

To learn more, call 1-866-295-3106 or request more information.

While Utica College doesn’t offer scholarships for the online Family Nurse Practitioner program, non-traditional students can pursue numerous third-party scholarships. You can also explore these options:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine your financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • If you’re a military veteran, a member of the reserves, or currently serving in the U.S. military, you and any dependents are eligible for several financial assistance options. Utica College also offers a 10-percent tuition discount for you and your spouse.

To learn more, call 1-866-295-3106 or request more information.

Scholarships are not available for the online Nursing Leadership program, but non-traditional students can pursue numerous third-party scholarships. You can also pursue these financing options:

– Complete the FAFSA® to determine your financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
– Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
– If you’re a military veteran, a member of the reserves, or currently serving in the U.S. military, you and any dependents are eligible for several financial assistance options. Utica College also offers a 10-percent tuition discount for you and your spouse.

To discuss your options, call 1-866-295-3106 or request more information.

Utica College is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon program, making additional funds available for U.S. military students without an additional charge to their GI Bill® entitlement. Read more about Utica College benefits for U.S. military veterans and service members.

You can apply for grants, scholarships, and federal financial aid. See the Save Time & Money tab above for the many options available.

You can also apply for student federal aid: Utica’s Federal school code is 002883.

Yes, if you provide documentation that you are eligible for the benefit, and that you have applied. However, only the Department of Veteran Affairs can determine eligibility for VA benefits. We are only estimating what they will pay. You will be responsible for any amount of your debt VA has determined they will not pay for. If you are unsure, wait until your COE is mailed to you.

Yes, you can pursue the B.S. in Cybersecurity degree as a full-time student. Visit the courses page to learn about the courses you will complete during this online program.

Yes, you can pursue the B.S. in Cybersecurity degree as a part-time student. Through this flexible format, you can work full time and meet your personal commitments while earning your degree online. Many part-time students take one class every eight weeks. Visit the courses page to learn about the curriculum details.

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 when you’ll need to complete those, speak with a veterans’ liaison on this page.

Yes, you can pursue your B.S. in Criminal Justice degree at your pace, including on a full-time schedule. Click here to learn about the courses you will complete during this online program.

Yes, you can pursue your B.S. in Criminal Justice degree on a part-time schedule. This format provides the flexibility to work full time and meet your family commitments while earning your degree online. To study part time, you will complete one or two courses every eight weeks. Visit the courses page to review curriculum details.

Specialists in the Financial Aid Services Office are available to answer questions specific to your program. For more information contact the Center for Student Success at (315) 792-3179 or finaid@utica.edu.

Yes, you can take classes full time to earn the RN to BSN degree in 20 months. Visit the courses page to review curriculum information.

Yes. Take classes on a full-time schedule to finish the online Family Nurse Practitioner program in as few as 20 months. Plus, you may transfer up to nine credits from a regionally accredited institution to complete this program ahead of schedule. Review additional curriculum details on the courses page.

Yes, you can take classes on a full-time schedule to complete the online Nursing Leadership program in as few as 16 months. You can also transfer up to nine credits from a regionally accredited institution to earn this degree even faster. To review additional curriculum details, visit the courses page.

Yes, the online RN to BSN program lets you take classes part time. This flexible format helps you meet your work, family, and education commitments. Visit the courses page to review curriculum information.

Yes. Join the online Family Nurse Practitioner program as a part-time student to meet your work and family commitments while completing courses online. Review additional curriculum details on the courses page.

Yes, you can complete the online Nursing Leadership program on a part-time schedule. As a result, it’s easier to meet your work and family commitments while completing courses online. To review additional curriculum details, visit the courses page.

Yes. Utica College helps you graduate faster by accepting as many as 90 credits for the online B.S. in Criminal Justice program. All transfer credits must have been awarded by a regionally accredited university. To learn more, explore the admission requirements for this program.

Yes. You can transfer up to 90 credits from a regionally accredited university to graduate the online B.S. in Cybersecurity program more quickly. Learn more by visiting this program’s admission requirements page.

Yes. Utica College helps you complete the RN to BSN program faster by accepting up to 90 credits from two-year or four-year institutions or 60 credits from two-year institutions. Learn more by reviewing this program’s admission requirements.

For this program, Utica College accepts up to nine transfer credits from a regionally accredited college. The courses must be equivalent to UC’s courses, and you must have earned a grade of “B” or better. Note that three of the nine credits will need approval from the Dean for Graduate Studies.

To review your credit eligibility, use the Transfer Evaluation System (TES®). Plus, review additional requirements on the admission page.

Yes. Utica College lets you transfer up to nine credits for courses that you took at a regionally accredited college. They must be equivalent to the courses taught at UC, and you must have received a grade of “B” or better. Three of the nine credits will need approval from the Dean for Graduate Studies.

To review your credit eligibility before you apply, use the Transfer Evaluation System (TES®). You can also review the additional admission requirements for this program.

Yes, financial aid may be used for textbooks and cost-of-living expenses. Information regarding financial assistance can be found here.

Yes, you can. We are required to report the net tuition cost to the VA after applying grants, scholarships, discounts, etc. that apply to tuition. The balance is what VA will pay under chapter 33.

Yes, you’re welcome to visit campus anytime. Note that COVID-19 protocols may be in place. Get local information and schedule your on-campus visit by calling our admissions team at 1-866-295-3106 or requesting information. Read more about visiting Utica College’s campus.

Yes, absolutely. Online programs at Utica College are explicitly designed for busy working professionals in mind, including personal and professional responsibilities. The asynchronous format lends to the flexibility you need to succeed in the program you select. Read more about online student life at Utica College.

At the graduate level, students can apply for a semester leave of absence. Undergraduate students need to apply for readmission if they are out of class for a full semester.

No, you do not pick a concentration for this program. You can learn more about coursework here.

You do not have to pick a concentration, track, or specialization in this program. Learn more about coursework here.

Yes, you’ll choose one of several available specializations in Computer Forensics, Cyber Operations, Cyber Policy, Data Analytics, Electronic Crime, Intelligence, or Malware Analysis. You can review courses now.

To complete the M.S. in Data Science, you can choose a specialization in Social Science, Cybersecurity, Business Analytics, or Financial Crime. You can also choose to create your own specialization with courses tailored to your ideal career path. You can review courses now.

Yes, you will need to choose one of six MBA specializations or choose to select any four graduate-level courses and build your own specialization. You can review courses now.

Yes. Select a Financial Investigation or Fraud Prevention and Detection concentration to prepare for an in-demand criminal investigation field. Plus, choose from various electives to tailor the program for your professional goals. Visit the courses page to explore curriculum details for this program.

You may choose from five specializations that align with in-demand sectors of criminal justice. You can also choose your own elective courses to form a general specialization. Specializations include:

  • Cyber Criminology and Policy
  • Homeland Security
  • Legal Issues in Criminal Justice
  • Public Policy and Leadership
  • White-Collar Crime

Click here to learn the courses available in each specialization.

No, specializations are not required in this program. Instead, you can choose from numerous elective courses to build an educational experience for your professional goals. Visit the courses page to explore curriculum details for this program.

No, specializations are not required in this program. Instead, you can choose from numerous elective courses to build an educational experience for your professional goals. Visit the courses page to explore curriculum details for this program.

No, you do not. Instead, you can choose from numerous elective courses to build an educational experience for your professional goals. Visit the courses page to explore curriculum details for this program.

Yes, you will choose from these four specializations or select appropriate electives to build your own general specialization:

  • Cyber Operations
  • Cybercrime and Fraud Investigation
  • Information Assurance
  • Network Forensics and Incident Response

To review curriculum details for each specialization, visit the courses page.

No, you will not select a specialization in the online RN to BSN program. To review the curriculum for this program, visit the courses page.

While you do not need to have all documents ready when you start your application, your application file (transcripts, letters of recommendation, etc.) must be complete when you submit your application to the program. Incomplete files will not be considered. Please visit our admissions page for more details.

Specific work experience is not required to apply, but you will provide your professional résumé during the application process. To learn more about the admission requirements for the B.S. in Criminal Justice program, click here.

You do not need specific work experience to apply to the online B.S. in Cybersecurity program. However, you will provide your professional résumé with your application. Learn more about the application requirements on the admissions page.

Although specific work experience is not required when you apply, your RN license should be active within six months of your enrollment. Review additional requirements on the admission page.

Before you apply, you will need 2,000 hours of experience documented by your facility’s HR department. You will also need to have an unencumbered RN license in the state where you reside. Review additional requirements by visiting the admission page.

You will need 2,000 hours of experience documented by the HR department at the facility where you work. You will also need to have an unencumbered RN license in the state in which you reside. To review additional requirements, visit the admission page.

No. You will not receive a W-2 from the VA and benefits paid under any law administered by VA should not be reported as income to the IRS.

SAT or ACT scores may be provided if you are entering as a freshman. Otherwise, you will only fulfill the requirements detailed on the admissions page.

SAT or ACT scores are considered if submitted, but not required for this program. Otherwise, you only need to meet the requirements listed on the admissions page to apply to the online B.S. in Cybersecurity program.

No, you do not need to provide SAT, ACT, or other scores when you apply to the online RN to BSN program. You will only fulfill the requirements detailed on the admissions page.

Utica College extends a 10% tuition discount for online students and spouses of Active Duty, Reserve, and Guard service members. Read more about benefits for veterans and service member benefits at Utica College.

Utica College accepts maximum transfer credits and offers easy transition via articulation agreements with a growing number of institutions. The maximum number of transfer credits depends on your program of choice. Read more about transfer policies at Utica.

Yes, to access the payment plan, visit bannerweb, then follow this path: Student Account > Access My Account > Installment Payment Plans.

Utica College uses rolling admissions, which means applications completed after the deadline for the upcoming term are considered for the next available term. Speak to an enrollment counselor for more information.

In some instances, an application fee may be waived. Contact us by phone, email, or live chat for more information.

Yes, Utica College offers several online programs at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels, plus online certificates. Explore online programs at Utica College today.

Provisional acceptance may be offered depending on the program. Contact us for more info.

Online courses at Utica College are delivered through Engage, an online learning management tool. Your instructors can help you learn to use Engage, plus you can contact technology services for additional support.

Only in exceptional circumstances will Utica College allow for experience credit. Experience credit is limited to six credits in a program, and the experience credit must have produced the learning equivalent to taking a course in the program.

No. We do not provide visa sponsorship at this time.

Yes, you can transfer up to 60 credits from a two-year institution and up to 90 credits from a four-year institution to the B.S. in Health Sciences degree program. Transfer credit is awarded for courses taken at a regionally accredited college that are equivalent to those taught at Utica College and in which you’ve received a grade of “C” or better. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you’ve attended, as well as a transcript showing the degree awarded. Read more about transfer credits here.

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.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time, which allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

No, the B.S. in Health Sciences does not have a residency component. You can review courses now.

Although Utica College doesn’t generally offer scholarships through the B.S. in Health Sciences, many other third-party scholarships are available. You should also complete the FAFSA ® to determine financial aid eligibility. You can also apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

The B.S. in Health Sciences does not offer specializations. You can review courses now.

No entrance exam scores are required for admission into the B.S. in Health Sciences. Read more about admission requirements here.

No work experience is required for admission into the B.S. in Health Sciences. Read more about admission requirements here.

Yes, the Certificate of Advanced Studies in Family Nurse Practitioner program accepts transfer credits. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you’ve attended, as well as a transcript showing the degree awarded.

Shortly after you receive your letter of admission, you will receive an evaluation of your transfer credits from the Registrar’s Office. If you want to review possible credit eligibility ahead of time, use TES® (Transfer Evaluation System). You can learn more about our admissions policies here.

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

The online post-Master’s FNP Certificate program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time, which allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled.

No, the Certificate of Advanced Studies in Family Nurse Practitioner does not require exam scores for admission. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

For admission into the Certificate of Advanced Studies in Family Nurse Practitioner program, you’ll need to have an unencumbered RN license in the state in which you reside, plus 2,000 hours of work experience documented by your HR department. You can learn more about our admission policies here.

The Financial Crime Investigation certificate does not accept transfer credits. You can review the admission requirements here.

No. The certificate program does not move in a cohort model.

The online Financial Crime Investigation certificate program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you feel you have the time to do so successfully. Students taking six credits or more per semester are considered full-time To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online Financial Crime Investigation certificate program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time, which allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. Students taking at least three credits are considered part-time. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

No, the Financial Crime Investigation certificate program does not have a residency component. You can learn more about coursework for the Financial Crime Investigation certificate here.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled.

While the Financial Crime Investigation certificate does not offer programmatic scholarships, please consider the following options regarding finances:

– Complete the FAFSA ® to determine financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA ® code is 002883.
– Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
– Review our financial aid page.

You can review tuition costs here.

No, the Financial Crime Investigation certificate program does not offer specializations. You can learn more about coursework for the Financial Crime Investigation certificate here.

Admission to the Financial Crime Investigation certificate program does not require any exam scores. You can review the admission requirements here.

Relevant work experience is recommended, but not required for admission into the Financial Crime Investigation certificate program. You can review the admission requirements here.

Yes, transfer credit is awarded for courses taken at a regionally accredited college that are equivalent to those taught at Utica College and for which you received a grade of “B” or better. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you’ve attended, as well as a transcript showing the degree awarded. Read more about admission to the M.S. in Accounting.

No. The program does not operate in 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.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time, which allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Because the M.S. in Accounting is offered fully online, there is no required residency component. Read more about the curriculum here.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled.

While the M.S. in Accounting does not offer programmatic scholarships, please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • Review our financial aid page.

You can review all tuition costs here.

While the M.S. in Accounting does not offer specializations, you have the opportunity to choose two elective courses that pertain to your ideal career and interests. Read more about the curriculum here.

No, the M.S. in Accounting does not require any test scores for admission. Read more about admission to the M.S. in Accounting.

No, work experience is not required for admission to the M.S. in Accounting. Read more about admission to the M.S. in Accounting.

Yes, the M.S. in Cybersecurity accepts transfer credits for courses taken at a regionally accredited college that are equivalent to those taught at Utica College and for which you’ve received a grade of “B” or better. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you’ve attended, as well as a transcript showing the degree awarded. Read more about admission requirements for the M.S. in Cybersecurity.

The online M.S. in Cybersecurity 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.

The online M.S. in Cybersecurity program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time, which allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Yes, as part of the M.S. in Cybersecurity, you’ll complete a two-day online virtual cybersecurity residency. Learn more about the curriculum.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled.

While the M.S. in Cybersecurity does not offer programmatic scholarships, you can help pay for school by:

  • Completing the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Applying for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • Reviewing our financial aid options.

You can review all tuition costs here.

Yes, the M.S. in Cybersecurity offers these specializations:

  • Computer Forensics
  • Cyber Operations
  • Cyber Policy
  • Data Analytics
  • Electronic Crime
  • Intelligence
  • Malware Analysis

You can review courses now.

No, the M.S. in Cybersecurity does not require test scores for admission. Read more about admission requirements for the M.S. in Cybersecurity.

For admission to the M.S. in Cybersecurity, work experience in computer science, information technology, or a related field is recommended but not required. Read more about admission requirements for the M.S. in Cybersecurity.

Yes, transfer credit for the M.S. in Data Science is awarded for courses taken at a regionally accredited college that are equivalent to those taught at Utica College and you’ve received a grade of “B” or better. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you’ve attended, as well as a transcript showing the degree awarded. Read more about admission to the M.S. in Data Science.

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

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time, which allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled.

While the M.S. in Data Science does not offer programmatic scholarships, you can help pay for school by:

– Completing the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
– Applying for a Sallie Mae loan.
– Reviewing our financial aid options.

You can review all tuition costs here.

Yes, the M.S. in Data Science offers specializations in Social Science Analytics, Cybersecurity, Business Analytics, or Financial Crime. You can also design your own specialization and put the data to work in the field of your choice. You can review courses now.

No, admission to the M.S. in Data Science does not require any exam scores. Read more about admission to the M.S. in Data Science.

For admission to the M.S. in Data Science, work experience in a related field is recommended but not required. Read more about admission to the M.S. in Data Science.

Yes, transfer credit is awarded for the M.S. in Financial Crime and Compliance Management for courses taken at a regionally accredited college that are equivalent to those taught at Utica College and you’ve received a grade of “B” or better. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you’ve attended, as well as a transcript showing the degree awarded. Read more about admission requirements.

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

The online M.S. in Financial Crime and Compliance Management program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time, which allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

No. Instead, our courses include a live session component where students are able to conduct labs.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled.

While the M.S. in Financial Crime and Compliance Management does not offer programmatic scholarships, you can help pay for school by:

  • Completing the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Applying for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • Reviewing our financial aid options.

You can review all tuition costs here.

No, the M.S. in Financial Crime and Compliance Management does not offer specializations. You can review courses now.

No, the M.S. in Financial Crime and Compliance Management does not require test scores for admission. Read more about admission requirements.

Work experience is not required but is recommended for the M.S. in Financial Crime and Compliance Management. The background and experience of our students usually includes fraud investigations, law enforcement, attorneys at law, private investigators, military police, loss-prevention managers, auditors, or compliance officers. Read more about admission requirements.

Yes! Up to nine transfer credits may be awarded for courses taken at a regionally accredited college for which you received a grade of “B” or better. After six transfer credits, the additional three credit hours need to be approved by the Dean for Graduate Studies. You can learn more about our admissions policies here.

No. The program does not operate in a cohort model.

Yes. Take classes on a full-time schedule to finish the program in as few as seven semesters. Plus, you may transfer up to nine credits from a regionally accredited institution to complete this program ahead of schedule. Review additional curriculum details on the courses page.

Yes! This online program is designed for working nurses with busy schedules and is offered part-time. This allows you to balance work, school, and personal commitments and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb what you learn. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled.

While Utica College does not offer scholarships for this program, you can explore the following options for funding your studies:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

There are no specializations in this program. Students complete 14 required courses, including a core, focused nursing education coursework, and a practicum. You can learn more here.

The M.S. in Nursing Education does not require entrance exam scores. You can learn more about our admissions policies here.

Yes. The M.S. in Nursing: Nursing Education program requires 2,000 hours of work experience documented by your HR department as well as an unencumbered RN license in the state in which you reside. To learn more, contact an enrollment counselor.

There is no residency requirement for this program. Courses are delivered 100% online aside from the in-person practicum component. You can learn more about the curriculum here.

Yes! A maximum of six graduate credits graded “B” or higher from a regionally accredited institution may be applied to this program. You can learn more about our admissions policies here.

No. The program doesn’t operate in a cohort model.

Yes. You can take classes at a full-time pace to complete the program in just two years.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal commitments and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb what you learn. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

There is no in-person residency requirement for this program, but some courses include a virtual residency. You can learn more about the curriculum for the Master of Healthcare Administration here.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled.

While Utica College does not offer scholarships for this program, you can explore the following options for funding your studies:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

There are no specializations in this program. Students complete nine core courses, plus two electives and a capstone course. You can learn more about coursework for the Master of Healthcare Administration here.

The Master of Healthcare Administration does not require entrance exam scores. You can learn more about our admissions policies here.

No. Work experience is recommended but not required. To learn more, contact an enrollment counselor.

Yes, the MBA program accepts up to six transfer credits. Transfer credit is awarded for courses taken at a regionally accredited college that are equivalent to those taught at Utica College and for which you received a grade of “B” or better. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you’ve attended, as well as a transcript showing the degree awarded. You can learn more about admission to the MBA here.

No. The program does not operate in a cohort model.

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

The online MBA program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time, which allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Because you can complete the MBA fully online, there is no residency component. Read more about the MBA.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled.

The online MBA offers you a variety of specializations to choose from. The knowledge you gain will establish you as an enlightened business leader with the breadth of knowledge necessary for data-driven, results-oriented decision-making. You’ll choose from these specializations:

  • Finance/Accounting
  • Insurance and Risk Management (IRM)
  • Cybersecurity
  • Data Analytics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Health Care Management
  • General: Select any four graduate-level courses and build your own specialization.

You can review courses now.

While the MBA does not offer programmatic scholarships, please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA ® to determine financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA ® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • Review our financial aid page.

You can review tuition costs here.

No, admission to the MBA program does not require any exam scores. You can learn more about admission to the MBA here.

Although work experience in the field is recommended for admission to the MBA, it is not required. You can learn more about admission to the MBA here.

Yes. Up to six transfer credits are awarded for courses taken at a regionally accredited college equivalent to those taught at Utica College and for which you received a grade of B or better. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you’ve attended, as well as a transcript showing the degree awarded.

Shortly after you receive your letter of admission, you will receive an evaluation of your transfer credits from the Registrar’s Office. If you want to confirm your credits will be accepted before the evaluation, use TES® (Transfer Evaluation System).

While Utica College does not offer scholarships for this program, you can explore the following options for funding your studies:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.

You do not need work experience to apply to the online MSFA at Utica. You may find all admission requirements on our admissions page.

The MSFA degree does not require an entrance exam to enroll. You may find all admission requirements on our admissions page.

Yes, the MSW degree online accepts transfer credits for courses taken at a regionally accredited college that are equivalent to those taught at Utica College and for which you’ve received a grade of “C” or better. You can transfer up to six credit hours toward the MSW degree online. A new Advanced Standing option for students with a BSW will be available soon. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you’ve attended, as well as a transcript showing the degree awarded. You can review all admission requirements here.

While the online MSW degree does not offer programmatic scholarships, you can secure financial aid through scholarships, grants, and applying for the FAFSA. You can review tuition costs here.

No, work experience is not required for admission to the MSW degree online. You can review all admission requirements here.

No, there are no test or exam scores required for admission to the MSW online degree. You can review all admission requirements here.

Yes, this program accepts transfer credits. You may transfer in up to nine credits for previously completed coursework equivalent to NUR 604 Advanced Pathophysiology, NUR 615 Advanced Pharmacology I, and NUR 611 Advanced Health Assessment & Diagnostic Reasoning I. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you’ve attended, as well as a transcript showing the degree awarded. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

No. The program doesn’t operate in 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 every 16 weeks.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with one class every 8 weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

No, this online program does not have a residency component.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled.

Currently, the Nursing Education Certificate does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. Utica’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan

No, this online program does not offer specializations. You can learn more about coursework here.

No, there is not an entrance exam requirement. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

Yes, there are 2,000 hours of work experience that must be documented by your HR department. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

You may transfer in up to nine credits for previously completed coursework equivalent to NUR 604 Advanced Pathophysiology, NUR 615 Advanced Pharmacology I, and NUR 611 Advanced Health Assessment & Diagnostic Reasoning I. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you’ve attended, as well as a transcript showing the degree awarded. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

No. The program does not operate in a cohort model.

The online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time if you have the time to do so successfully.

To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time with one class every eight weeks. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal responsibilities and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb the information in your coursework. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

No, there is no residency component for this program.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled.

No, this program does not offer concentrations. You can learn more about coursework here.

Currently, the Nursing Leadership Certificate does not offer scholarships. Please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. Utica’s FAFSA ® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan

No, there is no entrance exam requirement. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

There are 2,000 hours of work experience that must be documented by your HR department. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

Most of Utica College’s online degree programs do not involve cohorts. To provide a flexible learning experience, you often select the courses you will take each semester.

No, the B.B.A. in Accounting program does not include a residency or other on-site learning. The coursework takes place 100% online.

Yes. Utica College designed this online program for maximum flexibility, and it is available on a full-time schedule. Full-time students take at least 12 credit hours per 16-week semester. Visit our courses page to explore the curriculum details.

Yes. Utica College designed this online program for professionals to work full time and complete classes part time. You can complete one or two courses every eight weeks, enabling you to balance work, school, and other responsibilities. Visit our courses page to explore the curriculum details.

An enrollment counselor can tell you when the next virtual open house event is scheduled. To explore this program, call 1-866-295-3106 or email uticaonline@utica.edu.

Scholarships and other financial aid options for online students vary by program. Non-traditional students can pursue numerous third-party scholarships. You can also consider these financing options:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine your financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • If you’re a military veteran, a member of the reserves, or currently serving in the U.S. military, you and any dependents are eligible for several financial assistance options. Utica College also offers a 10-percent tuition discount for you and your dependents.

To explore these options, call 1-866-295-3106 or request more information.

There are no specializations offered in this program, but you can choose from numerous elective courses to build an educational experience that aligns with your professional goals. Visit the courses page to explore curriculum details for this program.

No, admission to this program does not require an entrance exam. Review this program’s requirements on our admissions page.

No, this program does not require specific work experience. However, you will need to include a résumé with your work history when you apply. Review the B.B.A. in Accounting program’s admission requirements to learn more.

Most of Utica College’s online degree programs do not involve cohorts. To provide a flexible learning experience, you often select the courses you will take each semester.

No, the B.B.A. in Data Analytics program does not include a residency or other on-site learning. The coursework takes place 100% online.

Yes. Utica College designed this online program for maximum flexibility, and it is available on a full-time schedule. Full-time students take at least 12 credit hours per 16-week semester. Visit our courses page to explore the curriculum details.

Yes. Utica College designed this online program for professionals to work full time and complete classes part time. You can complete one or two courses every eight weeks, enabling you to balance work, school, and other responsibilities. Visit our courses page to explore the curriculum details.

An enrollment counselor can tell you when the next virtual open house event is scheduled. To explore this program, call 1-866-295-3106 or email uticaonline@utica.edu.

Scholarships and other financial aid options for online students vary by program. Non-traditional students can pursue numerous third-party scholarships. You can also consider these financing options:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine your financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • If you’re a military veteran, a member of the reserves, or currently serving in the U.S. military, you and any dependents are eligible for several financial assistance options. Utica College also offers a 10-percent tuition discount for you and your dependents.

To explore these options, call 1-866-295-3106 or request more information.

There are no specializations offered in this program, but you can choose from numerous elective courses to build an educational experience that aligns with your professional goals. Visit the courses page to explore curriculum details for this program.

No, admission to this program does not require an entrance exam. Review this program’s requirements on our admissions page.

No, this program does not require specific work experience. However, you will need to include a résumé with your work history when you apply. Review the B.B.A. in Data Analytics program’s admission requirements to learn more.

Most of Utica College’s online degree programs do not involve cohorts. To provide a flexible learning experience, you often select the courses you will take each semester.

No, the B.B.A. program does not include a residency or other on-site learning. The coursework takes place 100% online.

Yes. Utica College designed this online program for maximum flexibility. You may take classes full time if you have the time to do so successfully. Full-time students take at least 12 credit hours per 16-week semester. Visit our courses page to explore the curriculum details.

Yes. Utica College designed this online program for professionals to work full time as they complete classes part time. You can complete one or two courses every eight weeks, enabling you to balance your work, school, and other responsibilities. This approach also allows you to absorb the information in your coursework. Visit our courses page to explore the curriculum details.

An enrollment counselor can let you know when the next virtual open house event is scheduled. To explore this program, call 1-866-295-3106 or email uticaonline@utica.edu.

Scholarships and other financial aid options for online students vary by program. Non-traditional students can pursue numerous third-party scholarships. You can also consider these financing options:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine your financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • If you’re a military veteran, a member of the reserves, or currently serving in the U.S. military, you and any dependents are eligible for several financial assistance options. Utica College also offers a 10-percent tuition discount for you and your spouse.

To explore these options, call 1-866-295-3106 or request more information.

Yes, this program includes these specializations:

  • Financial crime
  • Health care management
  • Human resource management
  • Public relations and marketing

You can also choose from numerous elective courses to build an educational experience for your professional goals. Visit the courses page to explore curriculum details for this program.

No, admission to this program does not usually require an entrance exam. Review this program’s requirements on our admissions page.

No, this program does not require specific work experience. But you will include a résumé with your work history when you apply. Review the B.B.A. program’s admission requirements to learn more.

To provide a flexible learning experience, most of Utica College’s online degree programs do not involve cohorts. As you pursue the online B.S. in Criminal Justice program, you get to choose from many courses, including within each of the career-aligned specializations.

No, you will not complete a residency or take classes on campus. Instead, you can earn this degree 100% online. If you want to build experience with a criminal justice agency during the program, you will have the option to take an internship course.

You can find out when the next virtual open house event might be scheduled and explore this program in detail on the Utica College website. Plus, a UC enrollment counselor would be happy to review this program with you. Call 1-866-295-3106 or email uticaonline@utica.edu today.

Yes, this online program offers five specializations that align with in-demand sectors of criminal justice. Choose a specialization in:

  • Cyber Criminology and Policy
  • Homeland Security
  • Legal Issues in Criminal Justice
  • Public Policy and Leadership
  • White-Collar Crime

Visit the courses page to learn the courses available in each specialization.

Most of Utica College’s online degree programs do not involve cohorts. Instead, you will take online courses on a flexible schedule that helps you meet your educational, work, and family commitments. Click here to review the courses that you can take in the online B.S. in Cybersecurity program.

No, you can earn this degree 100% online. You also have the option to build direct experience by completing an internship course.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled. You can explore this program in detail on the Utica College website. You can also call 1-866-295-3106 or email uticaonline@utica.edu to discuss this program with a UC enrollment counselor.

Yes, the online B.S. in Cybersecurity program offers four specializations that connect with your career goals. You can specialize in:

  • Cyber Operations
  • Cybercrime and Fraud Investigation
  • Information Assurance
  • Network Forensics and Incident Response

To review curriculum details for each specialization, visit the courses page.

The majority of Utica College’s online degree programs do not involve cohorts. You take part in a flexible learning experience that enables you to study when it’s convenient for you.

No, the online B.S. in Fraud and Financial Crime Investigation program does not include a residency or other on-site learning. The coursework takes place 100% online. However, you can acquire direct experience with a criminal justice agency through an internship course. Visit the courses page to explore curriculum details for this program.

Yes. Utica College designed the online B.S. in Fraud and Financial Crime Investigation program to offer considerable flexibility. That includes the option to take classes full time. You can also transfer up to 90 credits to this program, which helps you graduate even faster. Visit our courses page to explore the curriculum details.

Yes, you can pursue the online B.S. in Fraud and Financial Crime Investigation program on a part-time schedule. Complete one or two classes every eight weeks and enjoy the flexibility needed to meet your work and family responsibilities. To review the curriculum details, visit our courses page.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled. You can learn more on the Utica College website. To explore this program with an enrollment counselor, call 1-866-295-3106 or email uticaonline@utica.edu.

You will select a Financial Investigation or Fraud Prevention and Detection concentration to prepare for an in-demand criminal investigation field. You can also choose from various electives to tailor the program for your professional goals. Visit the courses page to explore curriculum details for this program.

Utica College does not generally offer scholarships for the online B.S. in Fraud and Financial Crime Investigation program. However, non-traditional students can pursue numerous third-party scholarships. You can also consider these financing options:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine your financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • If you’re a military veteran, a member of the reserves, or currently serving in the U.S. military, you and any dependents are eligible for several financial assistance options. Utica College also offers a 10-percent tuition discount for you and your spouse.

To explore these options, call 1-866-295-3106 or request more information.

First-time freshmen may submit SAT or ACT scores, if you’d like these to be considered. Learn more about this program’s requirements on our admissions page.

No, you do not need specific work experience to join this program. But you will provide a résumé with your work history when you apply. Review the online B.S. in Fraud and Financial Crime Investigation program’s admission requirements to learn more.

To provide a flexible learning experience, most of Utica College’s online degree programs do not involve cohorts. Instead, you get control of your study schedule as you complete the RN to BSN program 100% online.

No, you will not complete a residency because this program meets 100% online. Click here to explore the online courses offered in this program.

Not at this time, but you can learn career outcomes, tuition information, and more by visiting the online RN to BSN program page on the Utica College website. To review your options with an enrollment counselor, call 1-866-295-3106 or email uticaonline@utica.edu.

No, the online RN to BSN program does not offer specializations. To review the curriculum for this program, visit the courses page.

Most of Utica College’s online degree programs do not involve cohorts. Instead, you take part in online courses that offer a flexible learning experience. The online Family Nurse Practitioner program also includes a practicum that provides real-world experience in a clinical setting.

Before beginning your practicum, you will attend a three-day (Friday–Sunday) in-person immersion experience on the Utica College campus. Visit the courses page to review curriculum details for this program.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled. You can explore career outcomes, tuition information, and more on the Utica College website. You can also review this program with an enrollment counselor by calling 1-866-295-3106. Or email uticaonline@utica.edu.

No, GMAT or GRE scores are not required for admission to the online Family Nurse Practitioner program. To learn the requirements for this program, visit the admissions page.

To provide a flexible learning experience, most of Utica College’s online degree programs do not involve cohorts. Instead, you get control of your study schedule as you complete your courses online. The program also includes a practicum to ensure you build experience in a clinical setting.

All courses in this program take place online — you will not visit UC’s campus to complete coursework. The program also includes a practicum that provides experience in a clinical setting. Click here to explore the online courses offered in this program.

Contact us to receive a recording of a recent virtual open house or to find out when the next one might be scheduled. You can explore career outcomes, tuition information, and more on the Utica College website. To review this program with an enrollment counselor, call 1-866-295-3106 or email uticaonline@utica.edu.

No, you do not need to provide GMAT or GRE scores when you apply to the online Nursing Leadership program. You will only fulfill the requirements detailed on the admissions page.

Yes. We’ve designed our program to fit into the lives of students as they maintain full-time employment. As such, a typical course load is one class every eight weeks in each 16-week semester. This is considered full-time for financial aid purposes. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time. This allows you to achieve a realistic balance between work, school, and personal commitments and gives you the opportunity to fully absorb what you learn. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

There is no residency necessary to complete the online MSFA program.

Yes. The online MSW degree is built for maximum flexibility and is offered in both a part-time and full-time format. Review the MSW’s curriculum here.

Yes. The online MSW degree is built to incorporate the busy lives of working professionals and is offered in both a part-time and full-time format. Review the MSW’s curriculum here.

While you will take MSW coursework online, you will need to complete the required fieldwork at an approved location. Telehealth and remote field work may also be an option. Review the MSW’s curriculum here.

All students in the post-Master’s FNP Certificate program will be required to attend a three-day (Friday–Sunday) immersion weekend at the Utica College campus that will provide you with an observed, hands-on experience conducting a comprehensive history and physical exam in a simulated clinical setting.

The online post-Master’s FNP Certificate program at Utica College also includes practicum components with several courses, so you learn in a real-world clinical setting. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

While the post-Master’s FNP Certificate program does not offer programmatic scholarships, please consider the following options regarding finances:

  • Complete the FAFSA® to determine financial aid eligibility. Utica College’s FAFSA® code is 002883.
  • Apply for a Sallie Mae loan.
  • Review our financial aid page.

You can review tuition costs here.

No, the post-Master’s FNP Certificate program does not offer specializations. You can learn more about coursework for the program here.

Yes! A maximum of six graduate credits with a grade B or higher from a regionally accredited institution may be applied to this program. The credits must have been completed within six years and must be equivalent to the courses being replaced. You can learn more about our admissions policies here.

You can adjust your course load and take classes on a full-time or part-time basis. The flexible nature of the transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy is ideal for working physical therapists with busy schedules. To learn more about the curriculum, click here.