Abraham Lincoln University has a diverse offering of military bachelor's degree programs that are available online. These programs are designed for convenient learning for people with busy schedules. Military schedules in particular can be unpredictable and inflexible, creating additional challenges for class attendance.
At ALU, we worked hard to design a structure to fit the busy schedule of working people like those in the military both at home and abroad. PRior military training and course-work can be evaluated for transfer credit towards the bachelor's degree. ALU bachelor's degrees are meant to be earned over a four-year period, in eight semesters of online class work adding up to 120 credit hours.
The bachelor's degree in Business Administration is a full, four-year program consisting of 120 credits, moving from the basics of business to a focused analysis of various business sectors. The BS program in Business Administration prepares students for entry-level work in business, and continues the study path marked by the associate degree program.
A bachelor's degree in Business Administration provides an excellent bridge for military organizational and leadership skills to success in the civilian workplace. The BS program also provides a foundation for continued study into the Abraham Lincoln University MBA program.
The bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice provides the education required by many law enforcement institutions in order to enter the work force. Today, many state, local and federal police and sheriff's departments require more education than they had in the past.
Military personnel often find a transition into law enforcement after service to be a natural move; ALU's bachelor's program in Criminal Justice is the perfect first step.
For military personnel who have not yet obtained a bachelor's degree who are interested in pursuing a Juris Doctor degree in the future, the ALU Legal Studies bachelor’s program is recommended.
The program continues the path of the associate in Paralegal Studies program, and can also lead to paralegal employment.
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