Continue Your Education After Graduation with Ball State Online!

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Congrats, Grad! In a year like no other, you should be proud of this accomplishment. Remember, when it’s time to fly further in your career and your future, Ball State Online and our 100+ online programs will be right here ready for you. Visit bsu.edu/online to learn more. 

With more than 350 courses ranging from accounting to writing, there’s bound to be a course to help you get ahead in your career. Pick up an extra elective you’ve been wanting to take or work toward an additional degree to put you ahead of your peers.

Even if you’re working, interning, or vacationing this summer, take your classes wherever you are. Classes are offered in 10- and five-week formats, so you’ll have plenty of time to fit in fun, friends, and family this summer. 

Ball State Online has a reputation for being one of the best in the nation when it comes to online bachelor degree programs. For the past nine years, U.S. News and World Report has ranked many of our online programs as some of the “Best Online Programs” in the nation. Even if you only plan on taking a couple online classes this summer, just know that you’re getting the same award-winning instruction and curriculum as you do on campus. 

Online classes are taught by most of the same professors who teach on campus. You may even recognize a few professors that you’ve already had in class. They are pioneers in the online classroom and know how to create engaging online classes that earn national recognition. 

Not only are online classes an affordable option, they are also valuable. Ball State was the first in the state to earn Learner Support Program Certification for its online programs. This honor is given by Quality Matters, a leading quality assurance organization for online education. 

Still on the fence? Visit bsu.edu/online/summer for more benefits and to view the full list of courses being offered. 


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