Saint Leo University, fondly called Saint Leo, is a Catholic University located in Florida. It provides higher education both in a traditional campus-based format and in an online format. The university's online programs are handled by its Center for Online Learning and is focused on providing quality education to adult learners who need the flexibility in schedule only an online program can give.
Saint Leo University's Center for Online Learning offers both online undergraduate and graduate programs. Online undergraduate degree programs offered available are degrees in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Liberal Arts, Accounting, Business Administration, Human Resources Management, Psychology, Computer Information Systems (CIS), and Health Care Management. Online graduate programs offered by Saint Leo include Masters in Criminal Justice, Critical Incident Management (CIM), Social Work, and Business Administration (MBA). They also have online graduate online certificate programs in Marketing, Accounting, Information Security Management, Health Care Management, and Criminal Justice Management.
Basic admission requirements to online undergraduate programs include submission of the online application form, a notarized copy of your high school diploma or GED certificate, $35 non-refundable fee, and a filled out transcript request form. For applicants to online graduate programs, basic admission requirements include a completed application for, $75.00 non-refundable application fee, current resume, 2 professional recommendations, statement of professional goals, official transcripts, and GMAT scores.
Financial aid is available for students of The Center for Online Learning in the form of loans, grants, work-study programs, and corporate tuition assistance. Active military are also given discounts. For detailed tuition and fees, it is best to contact Saint Leo's Admissions office.
Saint Leo University is regionally accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. It was ranked as one of the 25 best online schools in 2011.