FAQ / Degree Programs
UoPeople is constantly working on developing new programs for their students and expects to have more degree earning programs in the near future.Read More
University of the People is a U.S. accredited, online university. All our degrees are taught in English. We offer the following eight degrees: Associate and Bachelor degrees in Computer Science; Associate, Bachelor and Master degrees in Business Administration; Associate and Bachelor degrees in Health Science; and a Master degree in...Read More
Full-time Degree Seeking students may enroll in up to 2-3 courses per term, and part-time Degree Seeking Students may enroll in 1 course per term. Students must complete all requirements for the Associate’s Degree in no more than 25 terms of active enrollment, excluding any periods of separation from the University;...Read More
At UoPeople, there is one exam per course. In order to complete an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration, Computer Science and Health Science, you will be required to pass 20 courses.
Similarly, in order to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Computer Science, you will be required...Read More
University of the People is the world’s first tuition-free, non-profit, American accredited, online university. Though we are tuition-free, there is a one-time $60 Application Fee. We charge the $60 fee to review your application because the UoPeople Admissions team has to manually review each application submitted. Given the large volume...Read More
Please refer to our Catalog http://www.uopeople.edu/about/uopeople/essential-uopeople-documents/university-catalog/ or the website https://www.uopeople.edu/programs/ba/ to learn more about our Business Administration program.Read More
The maximum number of courses students can take during the MBA is three per term, provided the student has a cumulative GPA of 3.75 or higher.Read More
If you complete your transfer credit request within seven days after receiving the email notifying you that you are qualified for admission, you may be able to be admitted to the Transfer Credit Foundations Pathway. Those in this Foundations program only need to complete Online Education Strategies (UNIV 1001). Those...Read More
UoPeople Foundations are Introductory Courses designed to prepare students for online learning, and to equip students with the skills they need to thrive in their chosen academic degree program. Each student will be required to take between 2-5 Foundations courses.
At the undergraduate level, students must complete...
Each of the six undergraduate degree programs offered by University of the People requires completion a certain number of courses in the relevant major as well as general education courses. A comprehensive list can be found in our University Catalog http://www.uopeople.edu/about/uopeople/essential-uopeople-documents/current-university-catalog/ http://www.uopeople.edu/about/uopeople/essential-uopeople-documents/current-university-catalog/Read More
Arts & Science courses are intended to add both depth and breadth to each student’s overall educational experience by providing opportunities to make interdisciplinary connections between concepts and ideas, as well as an environment to contemplate their meaning and significance.
Mastering the basic tenets of a liberal arts education, students...Read More
The UoPeople Foundations Courses provide students with an understanding of the unique UoPeople method, and determines whether online learning may be right for them.
Completing UoPeople Foundations is a requirement for all UoPeople students. They are specifically designed to equip students with the necessary skills needed to thrive in their...Read More
All courses start at the beginning of each term. Please refer to the academic calendar to see the start and end dates of each term – https://www.uopeople.edu/become-student/academic-calendar/ http://www.uopeople.edu/become-student/academic-calendar/academic-calendar-2016-2017-2/Read More
University of the People offers two undergraduate programs in Health Science, an Associate’s degree and a Bachelor’s degree, which may be completed in 2 or 4 years respectively.
Click here http://www.uopeople.edu/programs/hs/ for more information about our Health Science program.
For more information specifically about our Health Science degree, click here http://www.uopeople.edu/programs/hs/ .
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If I get a computer science degree from uopeople, Can I use it to apply to graduate school in the US?
Like other universities, UoPeople cannot guarantee that its students or their credits will be accepted by other academic institutions, since this is determined by each institution individually. If you are looking to transfer credits earned at UoPeople to another institution, students should consult and verify with the receiving institution regarding...Read More
You can read more about the Computer Science degree programs here.
University of the People offers high-quality degree programs, together with a unique learning experience that combines peer-based and collaborative learning with cutting-edge information technology and the Internet. The Computer Science Program provides an appreciation of the...Read More
Every M.Ed. student is required to complete a final applied research project. Using rigorous education research methods, students will delve into a teaching-related question that has practical relevance for their own professional practice. They submit a report on the results of the study.
Students also make a presentation on their...Read More
The M.Ed. in Advanced Teaching was designed in cooperation with the International Baccalaureate (IB). The IB is a global leader in the provision of high-quality, accessible programs for K-12 students. Offered by almost 5,000 schools in more than 150 countries, IB programs encourage both personal growth and academic achievement. The...Read More
While the program is primarily directed at K-12 classroom teachers in public and private schools, anyone who works with children and youth could benefit from the program.
Educators work in a variety of settings – nursery schools, community colleges, after-school programs, museums, sports and recreation programs, hospitals, tutoring programs, health...Read More