Reinhardt University’s online programs offer students the opportunity to earn their degree without physically traveling to class. An array of options is available whether you’re starting for the first time or starting again.

The online Associate of Business Administration, Bachelor of Business Administration, Associate of Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Healthcare Administration and RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing are all customized for the online learning atmosphere.

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“Our online degree programs allow working professionals who are not able to come to an in-person class to receive the same education 100 percent online,” said Provost Mark Roberts. “Reinhardt is always responding to the needs of the community and answering the call for working professionals who want to further their education.”

Through the help of multiple corporate partnerships, Reinhardt University professionals are collaborating with local organizations to give their employees the option of earning a Reinhardt education while working full-time. The Cherokee Sheriff’s Office Educational Pathway agreement was formed just over a year ago, and nine CSO employees have taken advantage of the partnership. Since the inception of the first Educational Pathway, partnerships have been formed with Chick-fil-A Canton, the Cherokee Marshal’s Office and Cherokee County, and more are forthcoming.

“Our Educational Pathways agreements are a great option for organizations, whether public or private, to support their employees’ goals of earning their degrees,” said Julie Fleming, vice president for enrollment management and marketing. “While many management positions require advanced degrees, organizations can foster support for their employees to further their education and therefore promote within.

For more information about Reinhardt’s online degree programs, visit online.reinhardt.edu or call 770-720-9191. To learn more about how your organization can take part in an Educational Pathway, call Dr. Tish Szymurski at 770-720-5975.