Field of study
Level of Study
Bachelor's Degree Criminal Justice
Take a 21st-century approach to justice and combat crime without ever carrying a gun or patrolling the streets. You'll employ crime-pattern analysis and data-driven solutions to catch criminals and lower crime rates.
Fight crime with a skill set that reflects the world's current needs. Select a specialization in public policy, legal issues, homeland security, white-collar crime, or cyber criminology.
Bachelor's Degree Cybersecurity
Take the most extensive online coursework offered in this critical field. Choose from specializations in cyber ops, cybercrime and fraud, forensics, or information assurance.
Bachelor's Degree Nursing
Meet the employer demand for a BSN to future-proof your career and enhance patient care. You'll graduate ready for leadership roles that require communication, decision-making and critical thinking.
Bachelor's Degree Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity
Understand how IT, cybersecurity, social networking, cloud computing, cryptography, data hiding, anonymity, and surveillance concepts relate to the modern criminal justice organization.
Learn about risk assessment, training, emergency management, disaster recovery, and the global aspects of security administration, so you graduate better prepared to defend our nation.
Get a solid foundation of policies, legal issues, and investigative techniques and strategies, so you're prepared to participate in and lead criminal investigations.
Learn how criminal studies policy can affect, and be affected by, research while learning the theory and process of designing public policy and measuring its impact.
Learn how to deal with fraud in face-to-face transactions, e-commerce, and e-business, including the development and implementation of business models for production of prevention and detection products and techniques.
Specialize in one of cybers leading topics. Learn about defensive and offensive tactics, techniques, and procedures, and gain advanced instruction and training in UNIX.
Learn computer forensics skills with a focus in economic and white-collar crime, and fraud prevention and detection, so you’re prepared to lead the fight against digital white-collar crimes and the cybercriminals who commit them.
Gain a systematic approach to establishing, managing, and operating an effective IA program, as you master the methodologies, plans, and practices to protect critical information systems.
Gain a hybrid skillset in computer science, computer forensics, and vulnerability assessment so you can investigate cyber-related incidents and bring internet criminals to justice.
Bachelor's Degree Accounting & Finance, Criminal Justice
Learn crucial skills in criminal justice and accounting to combat fraud, money laundering, and corruption. This is one of the few online academic programs of its kind in the nation.
Learn accounting skills to pinpoint and document potential financial misdeeds with coursework that emphasizes accounting concepts and procedures, data analysis, methods of detecting fraud and damage assessment.
Learn to identify potential deception and other forms of economic crimes as well as areas of potential vulnerability to fraud and economic crime.
Certificate Criminal Justice
Gain a deeper understanding of computer investigation. You'll explore the unique, hands-on skills and techniques you need to investigate and resolve cybercrime, fraud, terrorism, and other illegal activities.
Understand how cyber technologies are used to investigate financial crime, white-collar crime, and fraud. You'll graduate ready to employ these tools in the real world and bring criminals to justice.
Understand information security principles while assessing and using cyber defense techniques. You'll practice vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, and other defense skills.
Test out state-of-the-art tools and techniques used in cyber operations. You'll work in experimental environments and emerge ready to play a pivotal role in protecting your organization from cybercrime.
Study the politics of cybersecurity, the current issues on a national and international scale, and the processes for creating regulations. You'll start your path to cyber policy leadership.
Explore information assurance risk and compliance with cybersecurity expertise. You'll address criminal justice technology to stay up to date on information security needs.
Through a focused and research-backed curriculum coupled with necessary practicum requirements, you'll be fully prepared to take your career to the next level with an online post-master's FNP certificate.
Certificate Accounting & Finance, Criminal Justice
You'll practice hands-on investigative skills using modern tools and technologies so you can ensure compliance while gathering, analyzing, and preserving evidence in the fight against financial crime.
Study financial investigation with a leading institution for economic crime and fraud prevention. You'll blend forensic accounting with criminal justice to more effectively combat financial crime.
Master's Degree Business
Join the next generation of business leaders. Choose one of six specializations to further differentiate yourself in the job market: Finance and Accounting, Health Care Management, Cybersecurity, Cyber Policy, Insurance and Risk Management, Data Analysis, or Entrepreneurship.
Master's Degree Cybersecurity
Understand the policies and practices of cybersecurity so you can become a leader in this emerging field. You'll graduate ready to help organizations manage security risks and protect assets.
Master's Degree Accounting & Finance
In as little as two years, graduate ready to use the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) to perform audits, methodically identify accounting problems, and clearly present solutions.
Learn to address ever-changing cyberattack and infiltration techniques with an NSA-recognized leader in cybersecurity. Five program specializations target different interests in this field.
Pursue your passion for collecting and preparing evidence for computer crimes such as fraud, child pornography and cyber espionage with courses that emphasize a comprehensive understanding of the forensic tools and techniques used to investigate and analyze network-related incidents and preserve digital evidence.
Gain the critical knowledge needed through a hands-on, lab-oriented curriculum that includes an in-depth examination of cyber tactics, techniques, and procedures, so you can better protect and defend organizations from cyber attacks.
Master the technical, legal, and ethical aspects of electronic crime, white collar crime and fraud investigation with a focus on risk and compliance, legal issues, fraud management, and advanced fraud analysis techniques.
Pursue your interest in cyber intelligence and counterintelligence, cyber counterterrorism and cyber counter sabotage with courses that focus on global and national cybersecurity policy analysis, the protection of critical infrastructures, as well as operations involving cyber threats and defense.
Pursue your interest in the technical aspects of malware analysis with courses that focus on the basics of malware, identification of malware, and mitigation of the effects of malware.
Master's Degree Data Science
Analyze data to solve problems and excel in one of the nation's most promising new fields. You'll choose a specialization to stand out to employers: Social Science, Business, Cybersecurity, or Financial Crime.
Master's Degree Accounting & Finance, Criminal Justice
See economic crime from a global perspective. Gain skills in management, technology, and analysis to combat financial crime and prepare for a career in anti-money laundering, risk management, and more.
Master's Degree Nursing
Advance your nursing education and choose from three programs: Nursing Education, Nursing Leadership, and Family Nurse Practitioner. You'll benefit from research-backed curricula, expert faculty, and practicums to expand your skills and leadership.
Master's Degree Business, Cybersecurity
Specialize your MBA in cybersecurity gain an advanced understanding of cyber intelligence, and the impact cybersecurity networks, protocols, and associated systems have on institutions, privacy, business, and government.
Master's Degree Business, Data Science
Specialize your MBA with a focus on data science. Use theoretical models in the collection, design, and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data, and the real-world process of creating and implementing solutions based on that data.
Specialize your MBA in entrepreneurship. This customized program is ideal for strategic early-career or mid-career professionals who are motivated to bring a communication, information, or media business idea to fruition.
Master's Degree Accounting & Finance, Business
Specialize your MBA and explore economic forces, how they relate to profitability and growth, and gain an introduction to managerial accounting and contemporary issues in cost management.
Master's Degree Business, Healthcare & PT
Specialize your MBA in Health Care Management and graduate ready for the challenges of patient-centered care, plus gain a thorough understanding of the complex ethical and legal issues involved from an organizational level.
Specialize your MBA and gain a thorough understanding of non-speculative risks faced by businesses and individuals, as well as how to mitigate those risks.
Become a proactive force in fraud prevention and identification. You'll prepare to take on a leadership role in your organization so you can more effectively prevent fraud with a business administration mindset.
Master's Degree Healthcare & PT
Succeed in top health care positions with hands-on knowledge in management, leadership, and the continuum of care. You'll develop your career with a set of practical skills to guide health care organizations.
Explore financial management, the development and implementation of IT systems, and leadership practices for administrators of hospitals and other acute care facilities.
Focus on effective management practices related to planning, staffing, quality improvement, and other administrative areas, as well as tools and principles of financial management.
Gain a mastery of health care’s tools, concepts, and methods of organizational development and organizational leadership to excel in the public and private sector.
Gather and use intelligence info to identify and defend against cyber threats. You'll understand the ethical, legal, international, and cultural issues related to operating in cyberspace.
Build business theory and practice into your data analytics expertise. You'll complete this specialization ready to manage risk, predict market and workforce developments, and understand demographic trends and census data.
Learn state-of-the-art cybersecurity and computer forensic practices, and apply your data science knowledge and skills in unique ways. This specialization features courses from our NSA-designated cybersecurity master's program.
Enhance your ability to manage the corporate and advanced technological resources that combat economic crime. You'll complete this specialization ready for positions in the compliance and fraud investigation fields.
Enhance your understanding of complex organizations and bureaucracy, social trends, voting data, and research design. You'll complete this specialization with a macroscopic perspective on community dynamics.
Shape the future of health care by teaching the next generation of nursing students.
Lead a staff of health care professionals to effect patient outcomes through a dedication to excellence in care.
Understand the fundamental concepts needed to assess and manage risk. You'll graduate ready to conduct evaluations across a variety of modern and information-intensive organizations.
Doctorate Healthcare & PT
Help your patients heal and evolve your care in this vital health care field. You'll graduate ready to take control of your own practice, from prevention to diagnosis and treatment.
Navigate national and international policies, regulations, and laws. You'll complete this program ready to lead your company in managing fraud and counteracting cybersecurity risk.