Here are some FAQs about: Degree Programs

Does Grantham develop its own degree programs?

Grantham University courses and programs are developed specifically to meet the unique needs of working professionals; academic content is designed to complement your practical professional experience. This is one of the many reasons why nearly 9 out of 10 students said that they would enroll at Grantham again*. * Noel …continued
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What types of degree programs does Grantham offer?

Grantham University offers 40+ online programs for associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, as well as certificates, through four colleges: the Mark Skousen School of Business, the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Engineering and Computer Science, and the College of Nursing and Allied Health. To view a complete list …continued
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I completed college algebra at the local community college. Do I have to take it again?

If you’ve completed college algebra or a course determined to be its equivalent, which consists of three (3) semester credit hours or four (4) quarter credit hours, from a college or university accredited by an agency recognized by the US Department of Education, and you achieved a “C” or better …continued
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Can I substitute more technical courses for general education courses?

Each Grantham student is required to fulfill the 42-hour General Education course requirement, either by transfer credit or through course completion. You may take any course listed in the University Catalog under the General Education Course matrix to fulfill this requirement. You may choose from a variety of subject areas …continued
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