Online Learning at Iowa
Students receive the same high-quality instruction, the ability to complete their degree entirely online, and access to both instructor and self-paced course options. The end result is a highly-respected University of Iowa degree. We know you will find your program both intellectually challenging and rewarding.
The University of Iowa offers a variety of online undergraduate degree options. Certificate programs are also available. All programs are accredited and have been developed in conjunction with the academic college issuing the degree.
BS (Bachelor of Science in Sport and Recreation Management)
The Department of Health and Human Physiology offers an online B.S. degree in sport and recreation management. Concentration areas available for the online degree include business studies, coaching and sport instruction, entrepreneurship, and interscholastic athletic/activities administration. The online program enables students to complete their B.S. degree from anywhere in the world. For more information, contact the Department of Health and Human Physiology.
BASW (Bachelor of Arts in Social Work) on location in Des Moines
The University of Iowa, School of Social Work launched the BA in Social Work program in Des Moines Fall 2010. Fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, the program is administered by the School of Social Work in cooperation with the Division of Continuing Education.
BA in Political Science
The Department of Political Science is pleased to offer the political science major online. Intended for those who are not able to attend courses on campus, the online program enables students to complete an undergraduate degree with a major in political science from anywhere in the world without sacrificing a quality education.
BAS (Bachelor of Applied Studies)
To be admitted to the BAS program, you must have an Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Associate of Science (AS), or Associate of Arts (AA), 60 semester hours (s.h.) of transferable college credit including all career-technical course work, a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or above for Iowa community college graduates, and a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above for other applicants.
BLS (Bachelor of Liberal Studies)
In order to graduate from the University of Iowa with your Bachelor of Applied Studies (BAS) you must have at least 120 semester hours from all sources with a maximum of 60 semester hours, including career-technical course work, from your associate degree or two-year institution.
BA (Bachelor of Arts in Enterprise Leadership)
The Bachelor of Arts in Enterprise Leadership major provides an option for students wanting to focus on entrepreneurial business leadership. The major presents a unique blend of skills, theory, and content, encouraging students to apply their knowledge and skills to entrepreneurial and growing organizations.
The University of Iowa provides you with the tools you need to take your career to the next level by pursuing one of our graduate degrees.
Master of Arts in Strategic Communication
The Online Master’s Degree in Strategic Communication serves current and aspiring communication professionals by combining the rigorous standards of a University of Iowa education with the convenience of online accessibility.
All of our programs are accredited and have been developed in conjunction with the academic college issuing the degree and will be noted on your official University of Iowa transcript.
Certificate for Interscholastic Athletics/Activities Director
The certificate is open to any undergraduate student enrolled at The University of Iowa regardless of college affiliation.
Certificate in Writing
The Frank N. Magid Center for Undergraduate Writing and the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences are excited to announce that the Certificate in Writing is now available online. Designed with the intention of reaching students who are not able to attend courses on campus, our online program allows nondegree-seeking, professional, or distance education participants the opportunity to take advantage of the University of Iowa’s impressive culture of writing from anywhere in the world.
Certificate in Aging & Longevity Studies
Students successfully completing 18 semester hours of approved coursework who have also completed the requirements for an undergraduate degree will be awarded a certificate by the Registrar and an entry will be made on the student's transcript indicating completion of the requirements for the Aging & Longevity Studies Program.