Earn Your Graduate Degree Online




Online Graduate Programs

Do you dream of a career in medicine? Is the world of business or educational leadership your perfect match? When you choose an online graduate degree program from Bluefield University, you’re one step closer to achieving those dreams. No matter what graduate degree you’re pursuing, you’ll find a transformative educational community at Bluefield that empowers you to become a servant leader in your chosen profession. We hope you’ll explore all that Bluefield University has to offer you!

Admissions Process

Bluefield University is justifiably proud of its graduate degree programs. Each is taught by highly qualified faculty with real-world experience. Whether you’re looking for an MBA or applying to the Master of Arts in Biomedical Sciences program, each online graduate program is tailored for busy people who demand flexibility, affordability, and a high-quality education. If you’re ready to earn your online master’s degree, we encourage you to begin by reviewing the admissions criteria for the graduate programs. Then, when you’re ready, we look forward to welcoming you to our online learning community.

Financial Aid

When you’re considering an online graduate program, you don’t want to overlook any opportunities for financial assistance to help you pay for your degree. Our financial aid staff will help you identify loan programs, scholarships, and discounts you may qualify for. We’ll work with you to help you fit the cost of your education into your budget.

Tuition & Fees

When you’re looking for an online graduate program, the cost of earning your degree can be as critical as the academic reputation of the program. Bluefield University is dedicated to ensuring our graduate programs are affordable for every student. That’s why we break down our tuition and fees so you can see everything with no hidden charges or last-minute surprises to derail your graduate career.

Do I only apply once?

  • No. Students must apply each academic year for the fall semester and submit the necessary documents.

Do I have to take the classes specified in the Associate's Degree tracks as they are listed on the information sheet?

  • No. Students may take any of the courses that are offered in a given term.

Where do I find the textbook listing, and where do I purchase the books?

  • Log in to myBU, and under the "Student" tab, you will find a list of the textbooks required (if any) for each course. Students are responsible for purchasing their own textbooks.

How long is a semester?

  • Our semesters are divided into two 8-week terms.

Is there an orientation?

  • Yes. Students can attend an orientation session that explains how to access courses, how to register for classes, and answers other questions.

Where can I find a course description?

Does the student need to take the SAT or ACT in order to take Dual Enrollment classes?

  • No. If a student decides to study at BU full time, BU is currently test-optional for the 2021-2022 admissions cycle.

Are the classes live? Do students need to log in and participate at certain times?

  • Classes are offered online, so a student can log-on and study at their convenience and their own pace. Students have assignments due each week; you can complete your assignments at any point in time before the deadline.

Does an Early College student need to come to campus for anything?

  • No. However, we would love to have you visit our campus if you are interested in continuing with traditional on-campus study. Students who complete their associate's degree have the option to walk at our commencement ceremony.

Are Early College students able to receive Financial Aid?

  • No. However, Early College courses are very affordable compared to other options. The cost for an online Dual Enrollment course is $100 per credit hour.

How do transferring credits work?

  • Each College or University completes a transcript review in order to decide which courses transfer. Sticking to general education classes generally makes transferring credits simple. All Early College courses at Bluefield University are general education classes that should transfer to another accredited institution.

Is an Early College student considered, and treated, as a transfer student when they become a full-time college student if they have earned enough credits to be a Junior?

  • No. Since they have not graduated from high school, they are considered a first-time college student regardless of how many credits transfer. However, by transferring credits when they enroll as a full-time student, they will have to take fewer classes to receive their bachelor's degree, which shortens the length of time to earn the degree.

Can I speak to someone if I have more questions?

  • Yes. Please contact the Office of Admissions by email or you can call them at 276.326.4231


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