Philadelphia University is focused on innovation and has a long history of providing students with an academic experience that gives them a real competitive advantage. That's why we decided to make more of our programs available online. Through Philadelphia University Online we can offer our unique approach, Nexus Learning - active, collaborative learning that is connected to the real world and infused with the liberal arts - to a wider range of students.
Our online degree programs are designed for professional adults who want to advance their careers and fulfill the dream of receiving a college degree. Philadelphia University Online programs integrate theory and practice with ties to industry, bringing 128 years of experience in traditional education to students' computers, laptops, tablets and even phones.
PhilaU Online courses are offered in the Blackboard Learning System incorporating multi-media technology, message boards, audio, video and email centralization to deliver course material as effectively as the classroom setting; to create an engaging community among student peers; and to facilitate communication with professors. Philadelphia University Online also provides support services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Philadelphia University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
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Facts & Figures
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Private, not-for-profit, Higher Education
Quarter Schedule (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer)
BlackBoard® course-management system with a variety of teaching modalities including PowerPoint, asynchronous discussion boards, chat rooms, reading assignments, research papers, online journals and testing.
Master's College or University I
Computer with Windows OS (Windows 2000, Windows XP or above); audio (sound card); high-speed Internet; MS Office (Word and PowerPoint), and a microphone.
Loans are available to students enrolled for at least five credit hours per semester. You may borrow up to $18,500 per academic year. The total amount outstanding that you may borrow for is $65,500.
Admissions and registration occurs on a rolling basis.