20-21 Bacone College Academic Catalog, last updated July 29, 2020

21. DIVISION OF ONLINE TEACHING AND LEARNING

The Division of Online Teaching and Learning (DOTL) was created to meet the needs of individuals and groups through a variety of non-traditional formats. This Center focuses on working adults and non-traditional learners by providing associate and bachelor degree programs in an accelerated 8 week online format. By offering associate and bachelor degree programs the Center provides learners with the opportunity to obtain and enhance the lifelong skills necessary to succeed in a dynamic global society.

Associate Degree Programs

The Associate of Arts degree is designed for those who desire to complete a fully accredited online associates degree. Students seeking the associate degree completion in this program must transfer a minimum of 33 credit hours from a regionally accredited college or university. They will complete a minimum of 31 additional credit hours of Bacone College coursework in our degree completion format.

Bachelor Degree Programs

Bacone College's Online Degree Completion Programs for the Bachelor’s Degree are designed for those students who desire to complete a fully accredited online bachelor degree. Students seeking a degree in this program must hold an associate’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university, or have earned sufficient credit to enroll in the program. They will complete a minimum of 60 additional credit hours of Bacone College coursework in the degree completion format.

 

Degrees Offered through the Division of Online Teaching and Learning

 

·      Associate of Science in Child Development

 

·      Associate of Science in Business Administration

 

·      Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry

 

·      Bachelor of Science in Business Administration  

 

·      Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Development and Education

 

·      Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Studies

 

Refer to the specific Academic Program for information on degree requirements and course sequencing.