Curriculum Based On What The Industry Needs

 
Next two start dates are: October 21, 2019 & January 6, 2020.
 

What would it take to convince you to improve your future by applying to Harrisburg University’s Online Bachelor’s Degree Program?

Here are the top ten reasons you should make the first move today:

  1. It’s FREE to complete the online application!
  2. The program is 100% online. Allowing students, the perfect work-life-school balance.
  3. No call centers. You will have your own personal admissions counselor and adviser throughout your entire degree.
  4. It’s affordable– plus we offer payment plans and you may qualify for a federal grant or help from your current employer.
  5. Small class sizes allow students to work closely with their professors.
  6. Harrisburg University is recognized as the foremost science and high-tech university in the region – earn a degree from a university you can be proud of.
  7. Make connections through our alumni base that literally covers the globe.
  8. STEM careers are growing! Studies show that between 2017 – 2027 the STEM field will grow 13% with nearly 500,000 new jobs.1
  9. You’ll earn a degree that pays you backwith a more exciting career. Studies have found that 93 out of 100 STEM occupations had wages above the national average.2
  10. Be Happy! Studies have shown that college graduates are happier in their personal and professional lives! 3

Don’t wait another minute. Apply to the HU Online Bachelor’s Degree Program for adults today!

Apply today!

 

1 Education Commission of the States. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://vitalsigns.ecs.org/state/united-states/demand

2 STEM Occupations: Past, Present, And Future. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.bls.gov/spotlight/2017/science-technology-engineering-and-mathematics-stem-occupations-past-present-and-future/pdf/science-technology-engineering-and-mathematics-stem-occupations-past-present-and-future.pdf

3 The Happy State of College Graduates. (2016, August 22). Retrieved from https://collegestats.org/2013/05/the-happy-state-of-college-graduates/