Q: What online degree programs are offered through Graceland University?
A: Graceland offers online undergraduate programs in Nursing and Health Care Administration. In addition, Graceland offers online graduate programs in Nursing and Education.
Q: What kind of accreditation does Graceland University hold?
A: Graceland University is regionally accredited as an institution. This includes campus programs and online programs, alike. Graceland has also sought and maintains top credentials for professional programs. These include special accreditations for the School of Education and for the School of Nursing.
Q: Do I ever need to visit the campus?
A: Yes, Undergraduate students are required to attend one 4 day on-campus Focus Session. Graduate students are required to attend two on-campus Focus Sessions, There are no on-campus visits for the education programs.
Q: How do the online courses work?
A: Graceland University uses eCollege to deliver online courses. The eCollege user format is intuitive, predictable, and allows users with point-and-click confidence to excel in their online courses.
Q: What if I have problems accessing or working through my course?
A: The Graceland eCollege helpdesk is available to assist as you work through your course. The helpdesk is open 24-7, and they are extremely friendly and knowledgeable.
Q: How will I contact my instructor?
A: Your instructor will always be available and interacting with you in the discussion areas of your online course. In addition, you may contact your instructor through email, and many instructors provide students with telephone numbers and best times to contact.
Q: How many hours per week should I plan to spend on a course?
A: 12-15 hours
Q: What do I need to do to be successful in courses?
A: Create a schedule and devote four days, even if you are only devoting 30 minutes per day, to reading and responding to the posts made by your classmates. Adhere to assignment due dates – and do your best not to get behind.