March 25, 2010
If you’re thinking about finally earning your college degree but
wonder how to balance class with work and other obligations,
consider the advantages of the online
Distance Learning Program at St. John’s University.
Online learning is an increasingly popular option for busy
adults. Through St. John’s Distance Learning Program, your computer
becomes a virtual classroom. Simply login daily for a rewarding
college experience: study readings and online resources, complete
assignments, take exams and engage classmates and professors
through chats and threaded discussions.
St. John’s offers four graduate degree programs online: The
School of Education’s School Building Leader Master’s Degree,
the School District Leader professional Diploma and the M.S. in
Teaching Children with Disabilities (Childhood Education). The M.A.
in Global Development and Social Justice is offered through the
Center for Global Development.
online undergraduate programs also are available through St. John’s
College of Professional Studies: A.A. degree in Liberal Studies,
A.S. in Business, AS in Criminal Justice, B.A. in Liberal Studies,
BS in Administrative Studies and B.S. in Criminal Justice, all
available through the
College of Professional Studies.
St. John’s offers online students the same outstanding resources
available to students on campus. We invite you to learn how St.
John’s Distance Learning Programs can help you earn your college
degree while meeting the demands of work and family. Visit our
Office of Distance Learning online. Or contact Elizabeth
Alexander, Assistant Director, at email@example.com; (718)