Welcome! We know you have lots of choices about where to take classes and we’re pleased you’re considering PSU’s online courses.
Whether you’re looking for your first online course or you’re considering PSU for the first time, you should find everything you need here. You may want to start by seeing what other students are saying about online courses at PSU. If you’re not yet sure that online learning is right for you, read more about the advantages of online learning, read the profile of a successful student, and be sure to check out the technical requirements for online learning at PSU.
Once you’ve made the decision that online learning suits your needs, use the links below to find a program that works for you.
Our core business courses and focused upper level classes prepare you to become a successful business professional, leader or entrepreneur. PSU offers Bachelor of Science programs in accounting, finance, business administration, management, small business entrepreneurship, marketing and sales, public relations, sports management and international business. Read more
No matter what career path you take after college graduation, effective and thoughtful communication will be critical to your success. The Department of Communication and Media Studies will prepare you for an exciting and rewarding career in a wide array of fields, from advertising to digital communication to technical writing and more. You may also choose to further your studies in graduate school, specializing in areas such as public relations, digital media, or filmmaking. Read more
Learn the theoretical, practical, and empirical aspects of criminal justice from faculty members who are leaders and professionals in their fields. Prepare yourself for a rewarding career in law enforcement, corrections, or social/rehabilitative services within the criminal justice system or for graduate school, where you can advance your education in fields including criminology, criminal justice, and law. Read more
Make a seamless transition from associate degree RN to a baccalaureate degree RN. Research indicates better patient outcomes with higher degree attainment. New Hampshire has an unusually low number of baccalaureate degree prepared nurses as compared to Associate degree prepared nurses. Read more