Take 3 Weeks and Get to Know Us
Experience a Purdue Global undergraduate program for an introductory 3-week period. There’s no financial obligation.
Are you a determined learner with transfer credits, open-course credits, or experiential learning, including work experience or military training?* Earning a flexible, online degree in professional studies at Purdue Global utilizes your accomplishments to help advance your career† and personal goals—while saving you time and money along the way.
We offer the associate’s and bachelor’s professional studies programs in two separate online pathways: an independent, self-paced study program and a traditional term-based program option. We also offer a customizable graduate degree in professional studies.
If you’re self-motivated, have a high school diploma, and at least one prior college course, this online open degree program lets you design a degree to meet your personal goals.
Create a degree that makes the most of your transfer credits, open course credits, experiential learning credits, and more. Or, design a program with curriculum from Purdue Global and beyond.
Certain courses are available to nondegree-seeking students. Upon successful completion of a course, you may transfer the credits earned toward a degree at Purdue Global if the course is part of the Purdue Global degree program.
Before you enroll, you’ll meet with a faculty mentor to design a degree plan that focuses on professional knowledge and skills, project management, problem-solving, and strategic planning.
Knowledge and Skills: Master the basic concepts in your field of interest or focus on a concentration. The bachelor’s degree in professional studies offers a concentration in leadership, industrial/organizational psychology, or supply chain logistics and the master’s degree offers a concentration in diversity, equity, and inclusivity.
Problem-solving: Evaluate information from multiple sources to find solutions.
Strategic Thinking: Develop long- and short-term plans for career success.
Continuous Improvement: Apply data-driven approaches to making decisions.
Career Outcomes: Work with faculty to design a program specific to your goals.
We Offer an Affordable Education for Military Students
For undergraduate programs, tuition is reduced 55% per credit for current servicemembers and 38% per credit for veterans. Tuition reductions are also available for graduate programs and military spouses.
Learn How to Apply for and Receive Financial Aid
Title IV federal financial aid is available for many of our degree programs. Get answers to common financial aid questions, learn about federal student aid, and get the facts about military Shopping Sheets.
Determine Your Eligibility for Federal Grants
Learn about federal financial grants and loan programs that may be available to Purdue Global students.
Finish What You Started
Earn credit for prior coursework completed at eligible institutions, including community colleges.
Leverage Your Skills to Earn Your Degree Faster
Discover pathways to earn undergraduate credit for your life and professional career experiences.
Graduate Sooner With Your Military Experience
We offer college-level credit for ACE-evaluated military training and CLEP and DANTES examinations.
We’re Committed to Providing an Affordable Path to Your Degree
International students living outside of the U.S. are eligible for a 25% tuition reduction.
Purdue Global, Your Employer, and You: a Great Partnership
Employees of Purdue Global partner organizations may be eligible for special tuition reductions and could earn college credit for corporate training programs.
*Credit for Prior Learning: Purdue Global does not guarantee transferability of credit from any of these sources. See the University Catalog for the Prior Learning Assessment policy.
†Employment and Career Advancement: Purdue Global does not guarantee employment placement or career advancement. Actual outcomes vary by geographic area, previous work experience and opportunities for employment.
‡Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Eligibility is based on U.S. Department of Education criteria and is determined from data submitted on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students may also be required to submit supporting documentation as part of a verification process to determine eligibility for financial aid. Subscription-based program models are not eligible for Title IV federal financial aid.