eTroy Degree Programs

Degree Programs

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An online education can offer opportunities for students to pursue their educational objectives when attending school in a traditional classroom is not practical.

With eTROY a quality education is now available when and where it is convenient for the student.

All Troy University programs are accredited through the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

Courses are offered via Blackboard, a Web-based infrastructure software program designed for e-learning, videoconferencing and other Internet-enabled communications.



Associates Degree Programs

The Associate of Science is designed for students who seek a two-year degree as either their final degree in higher education or the foundation for further study at the bachelor's level. Students must possess a high school diploma or its equivalent to be admitted to this program.



Bachelor's Degree Programs

TROY offers Bachelor of Science degrees that require between 120 and 124 semester hours depending on the program. Students must have a high school degree or its equivalent to be admitted to a bachelor's degree program.

 

 


 

Master's Degree Programs

Master's programs range from 30 to 36 semester hours of study and require either a comprehensive exam, a thesis, or an integrative practicum. Students must have completed a bachelor's degree to be admitted to a master's program.