Dianna Rust, program coordinator
MTSU offers the following online degree programs: the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Liberal Studies and the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Professional Studies and concentrations in Information Technology, Organizational Leadership, International Organizational Leadership, and Healthcare Administration. Students must earn a minimum of 120 hours; meet MTSU upper-division, residency, and senior hour requirements; meet MTSU General Education requirements; meet MTSU GPA requirements; and complete the courses outlined in the degree program. For degree requirements refer to www.mtsu.edu/university-college/distance/undergraduate-programs.php.
Admissions, instruction, advising, library services, and other forms of student assistance are available online. The online courses have been designed to be taught totally online in an interactive, asynchronous format. For advisement, please call (615) 898-5611 or refer to www.mtsu.edu/university-college/advising/.
Designed especially for adults who already have some college experience, the online degree program is also appropriate for students who have earned or are working on associate’s degrees and have work experience. For more information regarding degree requirements, please call (615) 898-5611.
Following is a printable, suggested four-year schedule of courses:
Professional Studies, Healthcare Administration Concentration, B.S.