Online Degree: Completion Programs
It doesn’t matter where you start; it matters where you finish.
At Greensboro College, we understand the task of juggling everyday life. Work, kids, family, etc., sometimes make it impossible to pursue your goal of completing your bachelor’s degree in a traditional format. Our online degree-completion programs are designed to allow you the flexibility to continue your daily routine as well as complete your degree online. Classes are taught by qualified faculty at a college that has existed since 1838. Greensboro College provides a holistic atmosphere with faculty and students who know one another by name.
Online programs are ideally designed for those who already have an associate’s degree or are close to completing one. If you have at least one year of college credits, we will work with you to tailor your progress toward completion of your degree. The major courses of these programs are taught online and can be completed in one to two years, based on your transfer credits. Courses are accelerated (8-week and 10-week formats) so that you are able to complete as little as one course for part-time study or three or four courses for full-time study.
Online Programs Offered:
- Bachelor of Business Administration in Organizational Leadership and Management (OLM)
- Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in General Psychology
- Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
Greensboro College desires to resolve student complaints, concerns, and grievances in an expeditious, fair, and amicable manner, following the written Grievance Procedures in the college catalog. Students residing outside the state of North Carolina while attending Greensboro College who desire to resolve a complaint or grievance should follow the Grievance Procedures. However, if an issue cannot be resolved internally, the student may file a complaint with his/her state. The State Higher Education Executive Office site contains a link for the agencies to contact if a student has a complaint:
Greensboro College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. The Commission’s policy for filing complaints is available on its website.
State Authorization for Online Programs
State authorization is a legal issue dealing with a college’s adherence to state requirements for colleges to secure authorization to offer instruction in that state. Compliance with individual state requirements is now part of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, Amended 2010.
HEOA 600.9 (c).
If an institution is offering postsecondary education through distance or correspondence education to students in a State in which it is not physically located or in which it is otherwise subject to State jurisdiction as determined by the State, the institution must meet any State requirements for it to be offering postsecondary distance or correspondence education in that State. An institution must be able to document to the Secretary [of Education] the State’s approval upon request. (Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1001 and 1002)
At this time, in addition to North Carolina, Greensboro College is authorized to offer Distance Learning courses in the following states:
Note: Because there is continuous change regarding state authorization, please contact the Office of Adult and Professional Programs for information on any additions or deletion of states in this list.
At Greensboro College, we take adult students as they are and get them where they want to go. Our online programs are customized to ensure that students who have busy lifestyles because of work and family have options available to allow them easy access to education and their desire to complete their degree. For more information on adult programs at Greensboro College, contact the Adult Admissions Counselor at 336-217-7284 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.