Online Undergraduate Programs

Complete your bachelor's degree online.

Our online undergraduate programs are designed to be flexible for those working full-time. Immerse yourself in your field of interest without interrupting your work schedule, and learn from dedicated faculty members with valuable real-world experience.

School of Business

Bachelor of Business Administration

With well-educated managers in high demand, Quinnipiac's online bachelor of business administration offers those holding an associate's degree or a minimum of 60 transferrable credits, an ideal pathway for career advancement. This program, led by industry experienced faculty, prepares graduates with the career-ready business skills that employers are looking for.

School of Health Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Health Science Studies

For those with an associate's degree or 60 credits in science, the BS in health science studies allows students to complete a degree and be prepared for either graduate level work or career advancement in the field of health science. This program is also designed to help those interested in making a complete career change to health sciences from an unrelated field.

School of Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)

The online RN to BSN program at Quinnipiac is designed to meet the growing demand for nurses holding a bachelor's degree while accommodating the busy schedules of today's working nurses. This 100% online program allows students to transfer up to 88 credits and delivers the career-ready skills needed to grow as a nurse leader without interrupting their careers.

RN to MSN in Operational Leadership

For working RNs with an interest in a leadership or care coordination position, Quinnipiac University offers an RN to MSN in Operational Leadership program that may be completed entirely online. This program is ideal for working nurses who are looking to fast track their education and begin applying for jobs. Students in this program will earn their BSN in as little as one year before continuing on to earn their MSN in as little as one additional year.