University of San Francisco online degree programs are carefully designed to deliver a world-class education, whenever you’re ready and wherever your busy schedule takes you.
Our online master’s degree programs are adapted from their campus counterparts with added flexibility for today’s busy professionals. Classes utilize the latest online learning system technologies to deliver dynamic and engaging lessons.
Whether you’re studying
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MA TESOL),
Health Informatics (MSHI),
Public Administration (MPA),
Collegiate Athletics (MCA),
Digital Technologies for Teaching and Learning (DTTL),
Public Health (MPH),
our experienced faculty will help provide the progressive knowledge and practical skills to succeed in a professional environment. Online graduates receive the same diploma and access to USF resources as those who attend on-campus. And small class sizes mean you’ll get the one-on-one attention you need.
You now have a range of options for how to receive USF's rigorous, caring, values-based education. Whether you come to our main San Francisco campus, take courses through our online programs, or attend one of our convenient regional campuses, you will receive the top-flight education USF is famous for. At USF, we offer students the knowledge and skills to succeed as people and professionals, and the values and sensitivity necessary to be men and women for others.
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Due to regulations regarding online degree programs in higher education, effective November 1, 2011, the University of San Francisco is unable to accept applications for admission to online degree programs from students residing in Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, North Carolina, and Wisconsin.