At Liberty, we recognize that you have unique goals and gifts — and in competitive career fields, your uniqueness should help you stand out.
That’s why you won’t find a lot of “one-size-fits-all” degrees among our more than 300 degree programs online. With this much variety, you’re sure to find the certificate, undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate degree to get you where you want to go professionally. And you’ll have the freedom to move around within your field or explore a new one.
Increase your earning potential or become an essential contributor in your field and the kind of leader who inspires others. Our decades of experience in distance education have taught us how to streamline your education and provide you with the right options so you can meet your goals and use your gifts to do what matters to you.
Getting an education shouldn’t mean putting important people, plans, and responsibilities on hold. No matter where you are, we’re here to help you get the education you want while balancing other priorities. Studying online with Liberty University can open doors for you to broaden your career opportunities, become a leader in your field, or increase your skillset without interrupting your current work or family schedule.
Our commitment to equipping men and women with the values, knowledge, and skills necessary for impacting the world makes Liberty University a natural choice for busy professionals who want an education they can trust to fully prepare them for the future.
What will you get at Liberty?
*Excludes licensure, certification, and some doctoral programs
**Some exceptions may apply
You want an education you can trust. We respect that.
Liberty University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. This is the regional accrediting body for Southern states (regional accreditation is the highest accreditation possible for institutes of higher education). Many of our programs are further recognized by other professional organizations and field-specific accrediting agencies.
So, don’t worry — you’ll work hard for your degree. And be glad that you did.