Thomas Edison State College online degree programs include a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice, an associate's degree in business administration and a Bachelor of Science degree in homeland security. Students can also earn graduate level degrees online, including a Master of Science in management.
Students interested in engineering can pursue an online bachelor's degree in electronic engineering, nuclear energy engineering or technical studies. Available online computer programs include information technology, computer science and educational technology.
The college also offers a wide range of liberal arts programs, such as an online bachelor's degree in humanities, an associate's degree in arts and a master's degree in liberal studies.
Online degree programs require students to complete class work online, correspond with instructors through email, and participate in virtual classroom activities. The school provides this option to accommodate working adult learners. The average age of the Edison student population is 36 years old.
Thomas Edison State College offers courses in more than 100 study specialties. Located in New Jersey, the school serves as one of 11 public colleges within the state. It also holds the distinction of being one the country's oldest schools catering specifically to adult learners. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education awarded Edison's accreditation.