Explore Online and Campus Degree Programs

At Purdue Global, our flexible campus and online degree programs are designed to fit your lifestyle and career goals. Whether you want to transfer college credits to finish a degree or start your college education, we can help you find the campus or online degree program that's right for you.*

If you are looking to transfer college credits, please visit our Transfer Students page.

All Purdue Global undergraduate degree programs include general education courses designed to introduce you to the basic concepts, terminology, and methodology of areas such as ethics, critical thinking, research, technology, arts and humanities, communication, mathematics, science, and social science. Learn more about the School of General Education.


Find a Degree Program

Program availability varies by location and delivery method. Onsite course scheduling decisions are at the discretion of the location and some courses are only available online.

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Military Students

Reduced tuition rates, acceptance of military training, and flexible scheduling are just a few of the ways we serve military students.

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International Students

Enroll in a respected degree program from an accredited U.S. university without the time, costs, and challenges associated with moving to the United States.

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Transfer Students

We offer several paths designed to help you earn college credit for what you already know.

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Higher Education at the Highest Standards

Purdue University Global is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC). In addition, many of our programs hold industry-relevant approvals and accreditations.

How Do I Get Started?

Our admissions checklist takes you through the application process step by step.

Can I Afford This Education?

From transfer credits to financial aid, we help you find more ways to save on college tuition.


NOTES AND CONDITIONS

*Purdue Global does not guarantee the transferability of credit from any of these sources. See the University Catalog for the Prior Learning Assessment policy.