Pennsylvania State University, Daytona State College and Western Kentucky University have highly ranked online undergraduate degree programs. Each college serves working adults, deployed service members and traditional college students who like the flexibility of online learning.
Pennsylvania State University has offered online degrees through its World Campus since 1998. The online courses are the same as the on-campus courses but with additional flexibility. Students who earn degrees through World Campus receive the same diploma that other Penn State students receive.
Daytona State College offers several undergraduate degrees online, including nursing, engineering technology, information technology and education. The college requires students to complete a two year associates degree before taking two years of baccalaureate courses. Available associates degrees include accounting technology, business administration, computer information technology and Internet services technology.
Western Kentucky University online students earn their degrees by taking general education classes, courses in their majors, courses in their minors and electives for a total of 120 credit hours. General education classes include art, literature, philosophy, science and history. The general education courses are designed to develop students' understanding of a variety of topics. Bachelors degree options include criminology, sociology, family and consumer sciences, computer information technology and organizational leadership. Students can add an area of specialization to their majors with the guidance of their advisers.