St. Joseph’s Launches Online Campus

stjosephSt. Joseph’s College (SJC) has introduced SJC Online, the fully online learning community, which offers 15 online degree programs for students who are interested in earning an undergraduate or graduate degree, advanced certificate or dual degree online.

“Over the last 15 years, SJC has developed more than 100 online courses for its current students, with an emphasis on expert instruction and innovative curriculum,” said Mark Hessler, coordinator of innovative instruction and professor of history. “The new SJC Online will expand our educational mission to reach regional, national and international populations.”
The new offerings will include programs designed for students with diverse interests, working experiences and educational backgrounds.

For more information, contact the Long Island office at 631-687-4501 or visit www.sjcny.edu/long-island.

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