Technology has changed the way today’s human services professionals serve the public. That’s why Bradley University has transformed its approach to graduate education, responding with innovative online degree programs designed to empower motivated learners like you to lead the next generation of advanced practice nurses, educators, and counselors.
Which path is right for you?
Find out now by exploring our nursing, education, and counseling programs:
The cutting-edge format of our online degree programs enables us to deliver the complete Bradley Experience whenever and wherever you access the internet. With this level of flexibility, you can advance your expertise — and your career opportunities — all on your own schedule.
When you enroll in one of our online degree programs, you’ll join a rich culture of collaboration, support, and shared values — one that will challenge you to grow personally and professionally. Here are a few more reasons why we offer you the best path:
Enjoy the convenience of a 24/7 online learning model.
Connect with your instructors, peers, and advisors in real time.
Learn from expert clinicians and industry-experienced professionals.
Experience personalized attention and exceptional learning experiences.
Gain immediately actionable knowledge through clinicals, practica, and internships.
Graduate from programs that prepare you for licensure and work.
Join a close-knit community of more than 65,000 alumni.
#5 Among Regional Universities (Midwest) – U.S. News & World Report: Best Colleges (2021)
#5 Best Value Schools, Regional Universities (Midwest) – U.S. News & World Report (2019)
Bradley Ranked Among Nation’s Best Universities – The Princeton Review: The Best 384 Colleges (2019). Only 15% of all four-year colleges receive this distinction each year, and Bradley has regularly been included on the list.
Bradley University has been named a Military Friendly School – a designation honoring the top 20% of colleges, universities and trade schools nationwide that are doing the most to embrace U.S. military service members, veterans and spouses to ensure their success as students.