Maximize Your Time, Effort and College Dollars With an In-Demand Undergraduate Degree From New England College – 100% Online
In less time than you might think, you can earn an associate's or bachelor's degree from regionally accredited New England College anytime, anywhere, while finding balance in work, education and personal responsibilities. NEC's programs are time-sensitive and budget-friendly. With programs offered in 7-week sessions with 7 academic terms per year, students can graduate faster. In fact, if you take a full course load without taking a session off, you can finish your associate’s degree in as few as 16 months and your bachelor’s in as few as 28 months.
With a tradition of academic excellence dating back to the 1940s and an equally long history of providing student-focused attention, NEC is the perfect choice for individuals at all stages of their educational pursuits. Whether you are just starting out or just starting over, you will find an open, inviting learning environment where you’re part of the family… on campus or online. For more than half a century, New England College has provided its students with academic excellence and individualized attention. Now, it's your turn!
Choose From New England College's In-Demand Online Undergraduate Programs
Prepare for the competitive job market with an undergraduate degree from regionally accredited New England College. Choose an associate’s degree for a competitive edge in the job market or to get a jumpstart on a future bachelor's degree. Or earn a career-building bachelor's degree in one of eight specialized fields.
- U.S. News & World Report – Regional Universities in the North
- G.I. Jobs – Among the top 15% of colleges, universities and trade schools in the nation as a Military Friendly School
- Military Advanced Education (MAE) – Included in the "2013 Guide to Military Friendly Colleges & Universities"
- The Princeton Review Guide to 311 Green Colleges – One of 311 institutions of higher education that demonstrate notable commitments to sustainability in their academic offerings, campus infrastructure, activities and career preparation (2011 Edition)
- Regional Accreditation – New England Association of Schools and Colleges Inc. (NEASC) through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education