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For over 125 years, Strayer University has helped working adults earn college degrees while balancing the demands of everyday life. That tradition continues with our online master’s degree programs in some of today’s most exciting, in-demand fields, including Information Systems, Human Resource Management, and Digital Entrepreneurship.
Plus, every Strayer University master’s program provides:
Save even more on tuition for these four online master's degree programs.
Build on your desire to affect broader educational change — whether by advancing or creating new curricula or moving into an administrative role.
Widen your knowledge of IT, finance, management, ethics and human resources within healthcare systems.
Learn how to manage all aspects of nonprofits, government organizations, and publicly engaged organizations — from people and assets to funding and public relations.
Go beyond financial data and analysis, and gain the skills you need to provide insight and direction on expanding markets, resource and asset management and emerging opportunities.
Scholarship Description: New and readmit students entering a master’s program (minus JWMI) are eligible for a $3,000 scholarship, disbursing in a student’s third, fourth, and fifth quarters. A scholarship for the Jack Welch MBA program is offered through the John F. Welch Scholarship.
Every Strayer student has a personal Student Services Coach to help you with everything from time management to choosing the right courses to dealing with stress.
Strayer University faculty members are real world professionals that don't teach just lectures but use real case studies that they have been a part of.
Strayer University offers flexibility when pursuing your online Master’s Degree.
125+ years of quality higher education
Strayer University is proud to be certified or accredited by five respected organizations, including the Middle States Commission on Higher Education—the same accrediting agency used by Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, Drexel, and Seton Hall.