Rasmussen College

Overview

Rasmussen College offers associate and bachelor’s degrees in business, education, health sciences, justice studies, nursing, technology and design. The school’s accelerated degree program—geared toward students with previous college credits—can help students complete their education in as little as 18 months. The school also offers professional certificates and diplomas.

History

Rasmussen College was founded in 1900 in St. Paul, Minn., with the goal of bringing career-focused learning into the classroom. The school has grown to serve students at 22 campuses in more than 40 online degree programs.

Accreditation

Rasmussen College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

Academics

Rasmussen College offers degrees at the associate and bachelor’s levels, as well as certificates and diplomas.

Students pursuing an associate degree can choose from online study in health sciences, business, education, justice studies, nursing, technology and design.

Bachelor’s candidates can earn degrees in the following fields: health sciences, justice studies, nursing, technology and design.

Accelerated bachelor’s degree candidates can study in the following areas: finance, marketing, entrepreneurship, international business, business systems analysis, human resources and organizational leadership, and criminal justice with a specialization in leadership and management.

More information about Rasmussen’s certificates and diplomas can be found on the school’s website.

Admissions

Admissions requirements differ by the type of student. Contact Rasmussen College for additional details.

Student Resources

Rasmussen College’s online students have access to academic advisement, career support services, library digital services and technical support.

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