Utica College, founded in 1946, is a comprehensive private college located in Central New York. The college was originally founded by Syracuse University, but is now a completely independent educational institution. Utica College is accredited by the The Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Utica College offers online programs that is geared to bring education to busy working adults. Online undergraduate degree currently available are the Bachelor of Science programs in Cybersecurity, Economic Crime Investigation, and RN to BS Nursing program. Online graduate programs available are the Master’s degree programs in Cybersecurity Intelligence and Forensics, Economic Crime Management, Criminal Justice Administration, Health Care Administration, and Business Administration (with specialisations in Fraud Management and Professional Accountancy). There is also an online doctorate degree program in Physical Therapy (tDPT). Online certificate programs available are in the fields of Financial Crimes Investigator and in Gerontology.
Admission requirements vary for each online program. General requirements include submission of completed application form (online application form is preferred), payment of the application fee ($40 for undergraduate programs and $50 for graduate programs), and submission of official and sealed copies of transcripts from all previously attended high schools (for undergraduate programs) and colleges (for graduate programs). For details on programmatic admission requirements, it is best to contact Utica College’s Admissions Office.
Tuition for online undergraduate programs are $395 per credit hour, except for the RN to BSN program, which is $345 per credit hour. Tuition for the online graduate programs range from $615 to $950 per credit hour. All online programs are charged a distance learning fee of $60 per course.
Financial aid is available to eligible students in the form of Federal aid.