Whether you earned your undergraduate degree recently or several years ago, you’re probably reading this today because you feel advancing your career requires new skills—and a degree that tells the world you can do even more. But taking time away from work is out of the question. You have responsibilities and people depending on you. The answer is an online master’s from Strayer. We offer graduate degrees in many of today’s most in-demand subject areas, from information systems to health services administration to business administration.
Online Master’s Degrees
Set yourself apart
Step up your game
Classroom opportunities, too
Strayer University is here to help working adults advance their careers in the most practical, beneficial way possible. That means offering you a range of learning experiences that include on campus classes as well as online learning. Many of our classes in our graduate degree curriculums may be taken on campus, always offered in the evenings, or sometimes on the weekends to fit your schedule.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, less than 9% of the U.S. population has obtained a Master’s Degree or higher.*
* National Center for Education Statistics 2017, available here.
The support you need to add learning to your worklife
Every Strayer student has a personal success coach. How much or how little you choose to work with them is up to you, but each one is here for one purpose only: to smooth the path to a degree. They understand what it takes to earn an online master’s while working. Your personal success coach’s encouragement and advice may include:
Guiding you through enrollment and class registration
Giving you a heads up on what to expect throughout your first quarter
Walking you through iCampus, our online education tool
Helping you set current and further educational goals on the way to your degree
Identifying certifications, courses or additional credentials that apply to your particular career goals, including paths to new positions
Helping you find tutors and technical resources when needed
Refining your career goals
Making you aware of networking and job opportunities