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Why Online Learning?
At the Tulane School of Professional Advancement, flexibility is built into all of our degree programs. Whether you’re going back to school to earn your bachelor’s degree in a new field or looking to enhance your career opportunities with an advanced degree, online learning at SoPA gives you the versatility and convenience to study on your schedule and from any location. Choose from an array of online learning opportunities, including supplementing your on-campus schedule with select online courses or earning an entirely online master’s degree.
Our courses are asynchronous so you can access the learning materials, lecture notes, and assignments at any time through the course site associated with your class. Online discussion boards allow you to collaborate with classmates and give students a less intimidating forum to share their reflections on course materials. Not only will you connect with a diverse group of students with distinct perspectives, but you’ll also improve your online communication and technical skills, which are essential for success in any industry today. If you think online learning could help you take the next step in your career, explore the sections below for more information.
Online Learning Essentials
Enhance Your On-Campus Experience With Flexible Online Courses
Online Learning by the Numbers
71% of students believe that online learning increases flexibility to take classes.
Take Your First Step With SoPA
Invest in your career and start earning credits toward your dream job without disrupting your current job. With online learning at Tulane SoPA, you have the flexibility to learn when and where you want, while earning your degree from a globally-respected institution.
Tulane SoPA was recently ranked by College Choice as the 2nd Best Online Master's program in Homeland Security for 2017
Recently Tulane was ranked by US News & World Report as 39th in the Nation
Tulane SoPA was recently ranked by thebestschools.com as one of the best online master's programs in Homeland Security for 2018