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No. This degree program is 100 percent online. While there are no campus requirements, online students are an important part of the Queens community and are always welcome to visit the campus, to meet with professors and to participate in commencement activities, just like our on-campus students.

Yes, you can complete the entire classroom portion of the nursing degree program online at a time that works within your schedule, as long as you meet the expected deadlines for assignments and exams. A qualified preceptor will help you arrange the clinical component of the program.

Total number of transferrable credits will be determined by the program committee, please speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.

Total number of transferrable credits will be determined by the program committee, please speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.

Total number of transferrable credits will be determined by the program committee, please speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.

Total number of transferrable credits will be determined by the program committee, please speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.

Total number of transferrable credits will be determined by the program committee, please speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.

No work experience is necessary to apply, but you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Official GMAT/GRE scores are also required, though you may be eligible for the GMAT/GRE waiver if you have relevant full-time work experience.

See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

Previous work experience in communications is not required for this program. Due to the ever-evolving nature of applied communications, this program is best suited for those who view communications as a life pursuit, with the intention of remaining current with the industry over time.

To apply to this program, you need at least two years of teaching or school counseling experience and a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution.

See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

Yes. To be considered for the Master of Science in Nursing program, you must have either a BSN degree from a regionally accredited institution and nursing program accredited by NLNAC or CCNE, or be an RN with another type of bachelor’s degree.

In addition, you must also have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or better on a 4.00 scale—as well as evidence of a current unrestricted license to practice nursing in the state in which you will complete any practicum requirements of the program. See the MSN Admission Requirements page for more information.

Yes. Applicants must have two years of full-time health care work experience.

Alumni of Queens who enroll in one of our online graduate programs may be eligible for a tuition discount. Contact a program manager for more details.

Yes. In addition, Queens is proud to be ranked one of the top colleges for veterans by U.S. News & World Report.

It depends on the program, as each has different rules. Inquire about your program of interest by requesting more information or calling 866-313-2356.

Yes, completion of the requirements for the degree prepares qualified candidates for North Carolina K-12 Principal licensure. Not in North Carolina? Check with your school district and your state Department of Education for transferability and reciprocity, or call 866-313-2356 for assistance.

Yes. Many nurses choose to become Clinical Nurse Leaders® because they enjoy working directly with patients but still want to take on leadership and management duties.

Before your classes begin, you can order your textbooks through the Queens Campus Store. If you would prefer to order them through a different retailer, you are welcome to do so.

Just make sure the editions you’re ordering are the same ones required for your classes. Double-check important book information such as author, title, edition, and ISBN code.

You can start by contacting a Queens Program Manager, either through the request information form on the site or by calling 866-313-2356.

Check out our How to Apply page to get started. Or, give us a call at 866-313-2356 to speak with a program manager.

You can start by contacting a Queens program manager, either through the request information form on the site or by calling (866) 313-2356.

You can start by contacting a Queens program manager, either by requesting more information or by calling 866-313-2356.

You can start by contacting a Queens Program Manager, either by requesting more information or by calling 866-313-2356.

You can also apply right now. Application deadlines are in August, December, and April for the fall, spring, and summer semesters.

There is no application fee for the Master of Business Administration program and you can expect to hear an answer about your application in approximately one to two weeks.

You can start by contacting a Queens program manager, either through the request information form on the site or by calling 866-313-2356.

Queens uses MyCourses, a state-of-the-art learning management system, to make connecting with your studies simple. Benefit from mobile access to your coursework, instant messaging and community tools, a shared blogging platform, and more.

We keep class sizes small to allow our faculty to form personal bonds with each student. Plus, you’ll be assigned a personal student services coordinator who will be there to assist you with any challenges along the way.

Each graduate business certificate can be completed in one year.

The Nursing Administration or Nurse Educator post-master’s certificates can be completed in two semesters. The Clinical Nurse Leader and Nursing Informatics post-master’s certificates can be completed in three semesters.

The average student completes this online master’s program in 2 years, but some students can complete the program in 1.5 years. Students who require more flexibility can take longer to complete the program.

The Master of Arts in Educational Leadership program can be completed in as few as 12 months if you take two courses per semester, which is considered full-time. Students can also follow a 16-month or 20-month program where the number of courses varies each semester.

You can complete the Master of Business Administration program in approximately two years if you take two courses per semester, which is considered full-time.

You can also take longer to complete the program if needed. Select students may opt to take on more courses at once, completing the program on a shorter timeline, depending on concentration.

The Master of Health Administration can be completed in two years if you take two courses per semester, which is considered full time. However, students requiring more flexibility may take longer to complete the program if they choose.

Each track in the Master of Science in Nursing program will take two years to complete if you take two courses per semester, which is considered full-time. If you choose to study part-time, you can complete the program within four years.

View the CNL course plan, the nurse educator course plan, the nurse administrator course plan, or the nursing informatics course plan.

Currently, Queens University of Charlotte has five online programs, many of which offer concentrations or different tracks:

Call 866-313-2356 if you have questions about any of the programs Queens offers.

As an online student, you should anticipate spending 12–15 hours per credit per week per course however this varies from program to program. Familiarizing yourself with MyCourses, our learning management system, will make this task even easier. Please speak with a Program Manager to discuss the time commitment for your program of choice.

The estimated total tuition is $25,500. Certificates in communication cost $12,750.

Note this estimate does not include textbooks, supplies, personal expenses, loan fees, and other costs you might incur. Consider taking these costs into account when you budget for your school year.

Learn more about tuition for the MA in Communication and your financial aid options.

Your tuition for the Master of Health Administration program will cost $27,360. Please note that this amount does not include textbooks, supplies, personal expenses, loan fees, and other costs you might incur. See the Tuition page for more information.

The estimated tuition for this program is $41,940 to $45,435 depending on your chosen concentration.

Please note this amount doesn’t include other costs you might incur, such as textbooks, school supplies, personal expenses, and loan fees.

Find more details about tuition, scholarships, and financial aid options on our MBA Tuition page.

Your tuition for the Master of Science in Nursing program will cost approximately $20,350. Please note that this amount does not include textbooks, supplies, personal expenses, loan fees, and other costs you might incur. See the MSN Tuition page for more information.

Your tuition for the Master of Arts in Educational Leadership program will cost an estimated $14,289. There are no required fees. Discover your tuition and financial aid options.

No, but throughout the program you will work on a digital portfolio and a final project in your area of interest or expertise.

We do offer a hybrid on-campus/online option. Call 866-313-2356 or request more information to learn more. Also, electives for the Executive Coaching and Leadership and Change concentrations are partially or fully on-campus. See your selected concentration for more details.

If you take two courses per semester, that would be considered full-time. You can also study on a part-time basis if you prefer.

No. Your degree is the same as the one on-campus students receive when they graduate. Online courses are just as rigorous, challenging, and rewarding as traditional courses.

The biggest difference is that you read course materials and communicate with your fellow students and professors online, as opposed to inside a classroom.

Yes. Queens University of Charlotte is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Queens University of Charlotte.

While there is no program-specific accreditation for the MA in Communication, Queens University of Charlotte is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

If you take two courses per semester, that would be considered full time; however, you are free to study on a part-time basis, if you prefer.

While there is no program-specific accreditation, Queens University of Charlotte is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

The framework for the Master of Health Administration curriculum is based on the the American College of Healthcare Executives’ (ACHE) five core competencies: communication, leadership, professionalism, healthcare knowledge, and business expertise.

If you take two courses per semester, that would be considered full-time; however, you can also study on a part-time basis if you prefer.

Yes. The Master of Science in Nursing program at Queens is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, 202-887-6791).

The program is offered in a flexible format that allows you to select either full- or part-time.

If you take two courses per semester, that would be considered full-time; however, you can also study on a part-time basis if you prefer.

Yes, the online Master of Arts in Educational Leadership is accredited by the NCATE (National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education) at 2010 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20036; phone 202-466-7496. NCATE is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation to accredit programs for the preparation of teachers and other professional school personnel.

Additionally, the online MA in Educational Leadership program has been approved by the Department of Public Instruction in Raleigh.

Yes. The online MBA degree program is offered through Queens’ McColl School of Business, which is accredited by AACSB International — the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB accreditation is known around the world as the longest-standing, most recognized form of specialized/professional accreditation that an educational institution and its business programs can hold.

Yes. You may find a qualified preceptor to complete your clinical hours near your location.

No, a GRE is not required for this program.

No, there is no application fee for the Master of Arts in Educational Leadership program.

No, there is no application fee for the Master of Health Administration program.

No, there is no application fee for the Master of Science in Nursing program; however, there is a $35 clinical fee per semester.

Yes, the program requires a School Executive Internship.Interns will meet with their mentors (principals or assistant principals) to design the internship, which will be school-specific and designed around the North Carolina Standards for School Executives.

A minimum of 200 hours should be logged. Interns will also submit a paper about the internship experience.

No, an on-campus residency is not required for this program. However, clinical hours are required. You may find a qualified preceptor to complete your clinical hours near your location. See the MSN Curriculum page for more information on courses or call (866) 313-2356 with any additional questions.

To apply for the online MA in Communication from Queens University of Charlotte, you’ll need the following admission requirements:

  • A completed graduate application
  • A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university
  • Official transcripts of all post-secondary academic course work that demonstrate a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale*
  • A written statement describing professional and personal goals and objectives
  • Two letters of academic or professional reference submitted via fax or email
  • Resume outlining academic and professional background and recognitions, honors, and awards

A GRE is not required for applicants with cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Applicants with a cumulative GPA of less than 3.0 should provide a GRE score from the past five years. If you have more than five years of professional experience, you may appeal the GRE requirement.

Additional score details: Applicants with a cumulative GPA below 3.0 must provide acceptable GRE scores from within the past five years (Scores before August 1, 2011: Verbal 500/Quantitative 410/Analytical 4.0. Scores after August 1, 2011: Verbal 153/Quantitative 140/Analytical 4.0). Applicants with greater than five years of professional work experience may appeal the GRE requirement.

To be considered for the Master of Science in Nursing program, you must have either a BSN degree from a regionally accredited institution and nursing program accredited by NLNAC or CCNE, or be an RN with another type of bachelor’s degree.

In addition, you must also have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better on a 4.00 scale—as well as evidence of a current unrestricted license to practice nursing in the state in which you will complete any practicum requirements of the program. See the MSN Admission Requirements page for more information.

*RNs with other bachelor’s degrees will also be considered for admission.

Applicants are required to have at least two years of teaching or school counseling experience, a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution, and a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.70 or better on a 4.00 scale on all post-secondary course work.* See the Admission Requirements page for more information.

*A minimum GPA of 2.5 will be considered with official, passing GRE test scores of 150 Verbal and 150 Quantitative.

See the Admission Requirements page for the full list of requirements.

You must hold an MSN or Master of Nursing degree from Queens or another university to be admitted for an MSN post-master’s certificate. You must also hold a current, unrestricted license to practice as a registered nurse in the state in which you will complete any practicum requirements of the program.

To apply for admission, you’ll need the following:

  • Completed application
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
  • Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
  • Admission essay (contact a program manager for more details)
  • Resume outlining academic and professional background and recognition, honors, and awards
  • Two recommendation letters from professional references
  • Three years of professional work experience (preferred)

The Admissions Committee may request GMAT/GRE score if more information is needed to make an admission decision. Submitting a strong GMAT/GRE score could strengthen your file if you are concerned about other areas of your application.

With online learning, you can earn your degree without interrupting your career. Complete your study flexibly and meet your deadlines as it suits your schedule.

You’ll enjoy a robust offering of digital tools in our learning management system, as well as access to faculty, on-campus resources, and the personal support of a student services coordinator.

If you live nearby or you’re in town, you can also visit campus.

  • Clinical Nurse Leader: Make a greater impact on patient outcomes by synthesizing input from interdisciplinary teams and managing plans of care.
  • Nurse Administrator: Manage the operations of your nursing team in cooperation with executive leadership, balancing access, cost, and quality.
  • Nurse Educator: Advance the mastery of contemporary knowledge and skills among nurses in clinical or education settings.
  • Nursing Informatics: Participate in the analysis, design, and implementation of information and communication systems. Study the effectiveness of nursing communications, review informatics research, and learn to deliver the education of nursing informatics and information technology.

To apply to the Queens MBA, you need an official transcript(s) showing a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, as well as an admissions essay, two letters of professional reference, and a resume outlining your academic and professional background.

See our MBA admissions requirements page for more details.

Each graduate business certificate leads to career outcomes in diverse industries.

The Executive Coaching Certificate provides the qualifying skills for roles such as executive coach, training development manager, business manager and more.

The Finance Certificate provides the qualifying skills for roles such as financial manager, financial analyst, asset manager and more.

The Healthcare Management Certificate provides the qualifying skills for roles such as medical and health services manager, general and operations manager, clinic director and more.

The Leadership & Change Certificate provides the qualifying skills for roles such as top executive, human resources manager, director and more.

With a Nursing Administration post-master’s certificate, you could work as a clinical nurse manager, nursing director, assistant director of nursing, specialty clinic director, vice president of clinical operations or nurse executive. The Clinical Nurse Leader post-master’s certificate could lead to a position as a clinical nurse leader, clinical case manager, nurse navigator, clinical nurse coordinator, quality care coordinator or clinical program coordinator. A Nurse Educator post-master’s certificate gives you the experience to work as a nurse educator, nursing instructor, clinical nurse educator, clinical education specialist, program coordinator, orientation specialist, professional development specialist and clinical practice and education specialist. The Nursing Informatics post-master’s certificate could lead to work as a clinical informatics nurse, clinical information specialist, clinical terminology, nursing informatics analyst or information practice specialist.

Queens’ Vandiver Center for Career Development was established to provide career support with personal advisors who can provide resume and interview assistance.

We also host recruiting and networking events, and offer an online job board where you can post your resume and explore opportunities relevant to our programs.

You will receive a Master of Business in Administration (MBA). Your diploma will not distinguish whether you completed the program online.

An applied curriculum is one that uses a hands-on approach and focuses more on the acquisition of practical, real-world skills as opposed to studying solely managerial theory. While theory is a part of some courses, the curriculum provides you with skills and knowledge that you can immediately put into practice in the workplace. This “learn it today, use it today” mentality helps you build your expertise in real-time and starts with your first class.

The Queens MBA program includes 36 credit hours of foundation, core, flexible core, and elective courses. You’ll explore coursework in leadership development, strategic planning, organizational development and international business. The foundation and core courses are mandatory for all MBA students, but your electives and flexible core courses may vary.

Outside of the curriculum, we also offer an optional, immersive two-day experience on the Queens campus in Charlotte, N.C. where you’ll get insights into leadership and personal learning style.

You also have the opportunity to benefit from mentorship, executive coaching, an unmatched business network, and a special leadership challenge in the mountains of Western North Carolina

See the curriculum page for more information.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, median salary for medical and health service managers is $99,730, and job opportunities are expected to grow 18 percent from 2018 to 2028—a rate that is much faster than average. See the Career Outlook page for more information.

The number of management occupations is projected to grow by 7% between 2018 and 2028, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. That amounts to more than 700,000 new jobs for qualified candidates. The median annual wage for these positions is the highest of all major occupational groups, sitting at $104,240.

Management is just the beginning when you have your MBA. You can also tailor your degree to your career aspirations with our four concentrations: Executive CoachingFinanceHealthcare Management, and Leadership & Change.

Explore your career opportunities on our Career Outlook page.

Growth in the nursing field will be strong over the next decade, with most nursing roles showing at least 14% growth, and some roles much higher, such as nursing instructors, which indicates 24% growth, according to Burning Glass Labor Insight.

Employment of elementary, middle and high school principals is projected to grow four percent—on pace with the nationwide average—from 2018 to 2028 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. In 2019, the median pay for principals is $95,310 per year.

Explore your career outlook with a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership.

The applied communications field has massive utility for organizations across all industries and will remain essential as organizations compete in the ever-evolving landscape of emerging media. According to Burning Glass Labor Insights:

  • 23.2% job growth is projected for social media strategists over the next 10 years
  • Marketing managers with master’s degrees earn a median $97,100 annually, 19.3% more than marketing managers with a bachelor’s

This program is suited for those with an entrepreneurial spirit and passion for emerging media who may be interested in areas such as:

  • Marketing
  • Public relations
  • Corporate communication
  • Leadership and organization development
  • Training and professional development
  • Human resources
  • Community affairs
  • Journalism
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Education
  • Consulting
  • Media production
  • Social and digital media campaign coordination

Learn more about your career opportunities with Queens’ MA in Communication.

To participate in online courses at Queens University of Charlotte, you can use any computer that runs on a modern operating system (e.g., Windows 7, Mac OS X, or Linux).

You will also need a high-speed/broadband internet connection, as well as Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint).

Depending on your program, you might also need a webcam and a microphone for web conferences and presentations.

For more information on what you need as an online student, see our Technical Requirements page.

In addition to a student services coordinator and 24/7 technical support, you’ll have ongoing access to an alumni mentor who can offer career guidance and advice. You’ll also be matched with an executive coach, an established executive who will provide one-on-one coaching sessions during the program. Plus, you can always turn to our dedicated faculty members with questions about coursework and concepts.

Your first point of contact will be with a program manager, who will help you start the process and assist in completing your application file.

Once you’ve registered for classes, you will be assigned a student services coordinator. This person will be your primary point of contact during your time as a student at Queens University.

Semester start dates occur in January, May, and August with application deadlines occurring a few weeks prior to start. Please give us a call at 866-313-2356 to learn about upcoming deadlines.

Application deadlines are in August, December, and April for the fall, spring, and summer semesters. You should expect to hear a response in approximately 1–2 weeks.

Semester start dates occur in January, May, and August with application deadlines occurring a few weeks prior to start. Please give us a call at 866-313-2356 to learn of any upcoming deadlines.

Semester start dates occur in January, May, and August with application deadlines occurring a few weeks prior to start. Please give us a call at 866-313-2356 to find out about any upcoming deadlines.

Each post-master’s certificate program has course requirements. The Nurse Administrator and Nurse Educator post-master’s certificates require 11 credit hours. The Clinical Nurse leader post-master’s certificate and Nursing Informatics post-master’s certificate requires 17 credit hours. Each certificate includes residency with clinical hours.

There are 12 core courses in the Master of Health Administration program, and each is required. Courses are asynchronous with some synchronous components to provide valuable face-to-face interaction and enhance collaboration. Sample topics include health services organization and delivery, financial management, human resource management, quality improvement, and laws and ethics.

See the Curriculum page for more information.

There are four core courses in the core M.A. in Communication curriculum. Following 12 hours of core requirements, you will take 18 more credit hours. You can choose a specialization in Strategic or Organizational Communication, both specializations, a combination of one specialization and electives or all electives.

Sample topics include organizational identity and branding, group & team dynamics, digital community engagement, creativity and networks and issues in intercultural communication.

There are 11 core courses in the Master of Arts in Educational Leadership program. You will explore topics such as personnel evaluation, curriculum development, and community building. See the Curriculum page for more information.

There are six core courses in the Master of Science in Nursing program that must be completed, regardless of which track you choose. Then, you will complete your credit hours with courses specific to your chosen track. See the MSN Curriculum page for more information.

Each graduate business certificate requires the completion of five courses. Please refer to each program page to learn more about required courses.

The program’s emphasis in leadership can benefit business professionals in any industry. Ideal candidates possess an interest in personal growth and desire to advance their careers, secure a promotion, or launch their own enterprise. Three years of work experience is required for those without a GRE/GMAT.

The framework for the MHA curriculum is based on the ACHE’s five core competencies: communication, leadership, professionalism, healthcare knowledge, and business expertise.

Taught by a distinguished faculty of healthcare professionals, the online MHA prepares you to apply core business principles to the variable healthcare setting. This combination of business acumen and healthcare subject-matter expertise ensures you are properly positioned to structure, manage and lead successful healthcare ventures. This is also what sets Queens’ online MHA program apart from other masters programs in healthcare administration.

At Queens, you can learn online with no required residencies. Our MHA instructors infuse their experience into a curriculum designed to provide skills you can bring back to work immediately.

In addition to being ranked as one of the top 20 universities in the South, Queens University was ranked No. 6 in Best Colleges for Veterans and No. 20 in Best Value for Schools by U.S. News & World Report (2020).

Our faculty is what sets our online Master of Science in Nursing program apart. In addition to acting as mentors and providing you with an unparalleled level of support, they are highly regarded in the industry as well. In fact, seven of our online MSN faculty members have been honored in the “Great 100 Nurses of North Carolina” list.

The Cato School of Education at Queens University of Charlotte is designed to transform you from a teacher into a leader.

With small classes and a distinguished faculty with extensive real-world experience, you will acquire an in-depth understanding of the challenges that face today’s K-12 schools and be armed with the knowledge and skills needed to confront them.

The bonds, support, and network that you foster here at Queens will not only serve you well during the program, but beyond it as well.

As part of Queens University of Charlotte, James L. Knight School of Communication operates within the Yes/And promise—a commitment to provide a diversity of learning experiences that contribute to a broad, well-rounded education.

You’ll receive a solid grounding in liberal arts and communication theory and history, as well as practical, hands-on training with traditional and emerging media, all with an emphasis on ethics. Our goal is to develop communications professionals with a strong skill set in the theoretical, tactical, and technical aspects of applied communications. This all-encompassing, holistic approach will serve you well in staying ahead of the pack and executing successful strategies.

Specific to Knight School of Communication’s mission is a goal to develop communications professionals who put their education to work as engaged citizens, advocates, and leaders in their communities.

Queens also keeps student-focused values and small class sizes. This allows our expert faculty to provide personal attention and mentorship to each student. Our faculty are active experts from across the wide-ranging field of applied communications.

Learn more about the Knight School of Communication.

Our Master of Business Administration is distinguished by its community and emphasis on leadership.

Throughout your studies, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with executive coaches, entrepreneurs, CEOs, and other successful business leaders in and around Charlotte, N.C. They’ll share their insights on business leadership, help you grow into a leader yourself, and potentially connect you with new opportunities.

Overall, the program is built on business school founder Hugh McColl’s 3 C’s of Leadership: Competence, Character, and Commitment to Community. Graduate with a nuanced understanding of your own leadership style, poised to become an ethical leader who can envision, plan, and implement initiatives in all aspects of business.

For 2020, U.S. News & World Report ranked Queens No. 13 in Best Regional Universities in the South and No. 6 Best College for Veterans in the South. We’re home to five N.C. Professors of the Year and 20 NCAA Division II men’s and women’s sports teams.

Queens University of Charlotte was ranked No. 13 in Regional Universities South and No. 6 in Best Colleges for Veterans by U.S. News & World Report for 2020.

Queens is also home to five N.C. Professors of the Year, 20 NCAA Division II men’s and women’s sports teams, and exemplary international study and internship programs that have been ranked among the best in the country.

An MHA focuses on issues specific to the healthcare industry. Students gain knowledge of healthcare-specific topics such as reimbursement, regulation, and the impact of the Affordable Care Act. While the program does cover some of the business topics offered in an MBA program, they are much more aligned with the specific needs of healthcare leaders. The MHA emphasizes business solutions and processes that indirectly improve patient and community health, while an MPH mainly focuses on healthcare and education for members of the public.

No. On-campus and online students receive the same diploma from Queens.

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