The University of Scranton online degree programs are administered through the graduate and continuing education services (GCES) to provide non-traditional students with programming that meets professional and intellectual needs. Master’s programs available completely online include accountancy, MBA with available concentrations, education, health-related fields and human resources. Additionally, the University of Scranton also offers online certificate programs as well. Online resources are comprehensive, starting with admission and financial aid help, online academic calendar, virtual orientation and other support services to help the online student start well. Expectations and policies are available online, as are resources including mentors, advisors, counselors, diversity and disability services, the office of student affairs and woman’s center access. Technology support and career placement services are available as well.
- e-mail services
- library services
- campus computer network
- career placement assistance
- academic advising
- Assistant Director of Graduate and Continuing Education Services for Online and Off-Campus Programs
- Assistant Director, Online and Off-Campus Programs