Flexible Online Degree Programs Designed for Your Success
Earn a degree online at your pace: anywhere, anytime.
We have a long history providing online learning experiences that are just as career-focused and personalized as our campus-based courses. You can stay connected with experienced instructors trained in best practices in online course management and enjoy access to extensive virtual student services.
You’ll find support every step of the way as you work towards earning a degree or diploma online with Herzing University.
Select an area of study...
School of Nursing Programs
Behavioral Health Programs
Public Safety Programs
Legal Studies Programs
Pathways to Success
Many of our online programs offer pathways for continued learning, which allow you to move from one degree, such as an associate degree, to a bachelor’s degree, to a master’s degree.
Flexible and Convenient
Earn your degree from the comfort of your own home. There are no designated times you must be online. You can log into your virtual classroom when it’s convenient for you.
At Herzing, being online does not mean being alone.You’ll receive the same personalized attention and career-focused education that we offer in our traditional classroom.
Online and/or On-Campus
Get the best of both worlds. Some of our degree programs are offered exclusively online and some programs are offered as a combination of both campus and online classes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Herzing University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission www.hlcommission.org and many of our programs hold specialized programmatic accreditations. For more details about accreditation, visit: embed link: https://www.herzing.edu/accreditation-0
Availability of evening or night classes varies by program and class type. General education courses can typically be completed online on your schedule. In some cases, certain classwork or exams may require a set log-in time.
We work hard to fully prepare you for success in your work and provide as much flexibility as possible to achieve the right school-life balance. Our admissions team can help you determine how much coursework you can potentially complete in nights and evenings.
No, we are not a for-profit university. Herzing University is a nonprofit educational institution as of 2015.
Herzing University is dedicated to YOU. Here at Herzing, we are career-focused, convenient and caring. Our specialized nursing programs were designed to help you achieve the career that you want in nursing at an affordable price.
Herzing offers diploma, undergraduate and graduate nursing degrees across 8 states at 11 different campuses and our online program, so you can choose the program and location.
But don’t take our word for it! Hear from current and graduated students who agree that Herzing helped them attain their educational and career goals.
We have 6 start dates spread across full year-round study, resulting in start dates about every two months. Semesters last for 16 weeks (about 4 months) each.
You can view our academic calendar to see specific upcoming general start dates and other important dates to remember. We offer rolling admissions with no application deadlines.
Keep in mind start dates can vary by program and certain programs have a limited number of openings for new students. Your best bet is to contact admissions to confirm how soon you can enroll and start your new career path.
Our online division is based out of our home office in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin: 275 W Wisconsin Ave Ste. 210, Milwaukee, WI 53203. Career-focused online degree programs are available for students across the US, pending any program-specific state eligibility requirements.
Tuition, fees, and expenses varies widely by program. After determining your program of interest, you can use our Tuition Wizard to find an initial estimate.
You are never alone! We offer many possibilities for financial aid for those who qualify, including scholarships and grants, loan options, VA/military benefits, and much more.
I started my nursing journey with the initial goal of helping my mother. I wanted to become a nurse practitioner so I could not only take care of those who are sick but also promote illness prevention.