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Bellevue University Tops U.S. News Rankings
Bellevue University offers students more ways to earn their degree

Ways to Learn

People come from many different backgrounds and learn in a lot of different ways. Wherever you are in life, Bellevue University has a learning method designed to fit seamlessly into your life.

Online Learning

Online classes are a great way to earn your degree while balancing work and family. Bellevue University is ranked ninth by the U.S. News 2013 Top Online Education program Rankings in the category of best online bachelor’s degrees.

Classroom Learning

For students who are seeking a more traditional classroom setting, Bellevue University offers a wide variety of class times at our main campus and satellite locations. With small class sizes and convenient times and locations, you will get the hands-on assistance you need to succeed.

Accelerated Degree Completion

If you have your associates degree (or close to 60 previously earned credit hours), Bellevue University’s accelerated degree completion programs could help you finish your bachelor’s degree in as little as 16 months. You won’t have to repeat any classes, which means saving time and money.

Cohort Programs

Looking for a supportive group of peers with similar personal and professional goals? When you enroll in one of Bellevue University’s cohort programs, you’ll work through your entire degree program with the same classmates. This gives you the opportunity to learn from the shared real-world experiences of your classmates.

Flexxive Learning

Flexxive® learning is designed for you to progress at your own pace while still getting the support you need to be successful. To enroll in a Flexxive program, you must have 60 pre-earned credit hours – they can be focused on any subject and don’t have to add up to an associate’s degree.

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