Office of Graduate and Extended Learning
Interested in a Bachelor or Associate Degree?
Widener University is a nationally-recognized, private university where academics, leadership and service matter. We understand the challenges of today’s working adult. Our accomplished professors bring real-world experiences to the classroom and help busy students get the academic expertise, practical know-how and leadership skills they need to succeed while balancing work and family responsibilities.
Widener University can help you get the academic expertise, practical know-how, and leadership skills to succeed in your career. With our rolling admissions and flexible enrollment options, which include evening and online, a degree is not only obtainable; it can be achieved at your convenience.
Whether you want to expand your professional skill set or break into a new field, Widener has a program for you. We make it easy to work at your own pace by offering flexible class formats designed to fit your hectic schedule.
Wondering if Widener’s Office of Graduate and Extended Learning is the right choice for you? We think so. Here’s why:
- Our flexible enrollment options include evening and online classes.
- Through Widener’s portfolio assessment program you can apply to earn credit from prior learning.
- Widener offers financial aid and scholarships to nontraditional students like you.
- Continuing Studies offers a variety of support services to help you reach your goals including a Writing Center and Academic advisors.
School of Human Service Professions
Interested in an online Master’s Degree in Education?
Would you like to make a difference in the lives of students of all ages? Are you interested in receiving your graduate education degree from a university that offers flexible, innovative programs? Does a program with strong ties to the leading school districts, colleges, and universities in the region appeal to you?
If yes, one of Widener’s graduate online Education degrees may be the key to your career goals.
- Allied Health Education (MEd)
The online master’s degree in allied health education is designed for allied health and related health professionals who teach and work in community colleges, hospital-based programs, and community health-related fields. It prepares students for expanded roles in teaching and educational administration.
- Educational Foundations (MEd)
The master’s program in educational foundations is designed for educators in K–12 or individuals working in higher education who are looking to increase and improve their overall knowledge of the education field. Individuals outside the field of education may also find the program beneficial. Graduates may go on to become leaders in the classroom or advance in their professional field when a master’s degree is required.
- Instructional Technology (MEd)
The MEd in instructional technology is an advanced degree program where you will discover effective ways to integrate technology into K–12, higher education, and training programs. You will have the opportunity to explore and research emerging educational technologies while you develop skills to lead change in your school, district, or workplace.
- Allied Health
- Criminal Justice
- Liberal Studies
- Organizational Development and Leadership
- Legal Studies
- Professional and Applied Studies
Clinical allied health programs are also available through our Widener-Crozer Allied Health Partnership.
Masters Degrees (online)
For More Information
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- For Undergraduate Inquiries, email an academic advisor at CSAdvise@widener.edu
- For Education Graduate Online Inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Special Projects, Outreach, and Development