Graduate Programs Online at Lynn University
Lynn University provides an intellectually stimulating environment where students gain knowledge and competencies necessary to become global leaders and lifelong learners. Lynn seeks to enhance the career advancement of working professionals and offers graduate degree programs that can be completed completely online.
The graduate programs at Lynn reflect increased levels of complexity, requiring students to analyze, examine, question, synthesize and conduct research; to think creatively and problem solve; to develop appropriate communication and information technology skills; and to engage in active, collaborative and individual learning activities.
The curricula of the university's graduate degree programs are reviewed on a regular basis to ensure the academic quality and relevance of course offerings. The university is committed to individualized student attention and mentoring. Faculty members foster and help learners realize the development of their innate leadership talents and intellectual abilities.
Students can expect the same quality education online as found in an on-campus classroom. Courses are asynchronous, interactive and collaborative. Lynn uses Blackboard® software, a course management system that allows 24/7 student access to syllabi, documents, videos, discussions, and other course materials. Individuals who are new to online courses can request to receive tutorials and instruction to help become acclimated to the Blackboard® system.
Eugene M. and Christine E. Lynn Library
You can expect top-notch support from our library system. Graduate student requests are routed to a dedicated Lynn University librarian. Request submissions are reviewed and processed digitally or by telephone.
The library supports the university's academic programs by providing learning resources and services that meet the information needs of students and faculty. The library serves as the academic nexus of the campus, by providing a vibrant one-stop place for students and faculty to study, read, write, watch, listen, meet, research, learn, and socialize.
The library's electronic resources are vast. A carefully selected collection of research databases containing 76,000 e-journal titles, biographies, reference books, statistics, images, and more is accessible through the library Web site. The library also has more than 99,000 e-books that are accessible via the Web.
Master's Degree Criteria for Transfer Credits
Up to six hours of graduate credits from a fully accredited graduate school may be transferred into the M.B.A., M.Ed. and M.S. based on specific criteria such as G.P.A. and course relevancy. Transfer credit will be awarded only for those courses that are comparable in title and content to those in the Lynn University Catalog. Credits taken at schools not accredited by one of the regional associations will be evaluated only after a student has submitted a school catalog and a course syllabus for each. In certain instances, competency testing may be required.
Financial aid is available to those individuals who qualify. Since financial aid is limited, applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible.