Your standards are high. You're destined for excellence. You have to make it count. Let us help prepare you for the details of your success.

At Strayer University, we understand furthering your education is part of a much broader plan. It is a major investment for your future and, with that, you place great importance on selecting an institution that will support your current and future goals. You want to know, before you enroll, that you're selecting a verified program that will prepare you for the career path ahead.

You may be pleased to know we've taken meticulous steps to ensure our students receive an education from a regionally accredited college. We've worked hard to earn accreditation from organizations that set standards for quality education. Thus, accreditation offers you peace of mind while you pursue an online degree at Strayer University.

We urge you to investigate which accreditation prove most beneficial to you down the road, leaving you to focus solely on accredited online universities carrying relevant certifications. Strayer University is prepared to advise you on the most important elements of university accreditation, including what it means, why it should matter to you, which accreditations we carry, and how to manage credits when your plan involves attending more than one school. Your standards should be high. We are ready to exceed them.

What is Accreditation?

For a university, accreditation is a hallmark of excellence in education. Accrediting organizations exist to identify standards in higher learning and grant official recognition to universities that meet or exceed those standards. To earn approval, universities must meet strict criteria pertaining to curriculum and faculty.  A college can earn multiple programmatic accreditations for a variety of eligible programs.  University accreditation is not a detail to overlook when choosing a school. It is a testament to the quality you deserve in an education.



What Does Accreditation Mean for You?

For you, accredited degree programs can carry ongoing value throughout your professional life. A verified degree in your pocket is evidence that you've received a quality education from an esteemed institution. This makes a difference to employers looking to hire someone with your qualifications. Accredited online degrees also prepare you for careers requiring licensure or certification. Ultimately, when you choose to attend a regionally accredited college, you are making a very sound decision for a better future.

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Accreditation at Strayer University

Accredited online colleges exemplify a standard of excellence in the greater learning community, and Strayer University has worked very hard to create programs worthy of regional and national recognition. To date, we have earned five distinct accreditations or certifications from organizations that have also recognized other top accredited colleges. Four of our main degree areas - Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Information Security, and Education - are certified or accredited. Four of our individual degree programs—Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Information Security, and Education & Training—are certified. We strive to offer the best curriculum taught by top instructors for each of our online programs, and we look forward to announcing more accreditations in the future.



Making it Easy to Transfer Credits

If you have already earned college credit from an accredited two- or four-year institution and you wish to continue your education at Strayer University, we can help you transfer credits without hassle. Browse our list of more than 430 articulated colleges that work with us to expedite the credit transfer process and, in some cases, save you the cost of an application fee. We also encourage you to explore your options for earning additional credits based on your knowledge, personal and professional experiences, and existing credentials.


Fall Classes Start 10/2

You must be an RN to enter the RN to BSN Program.