Point University launches 11 new online programs for fall 2018

Published 6:45 pm Sunday, July 22, 2018

WEST POINT — Point University will launch 11 new online degree programs available in the fall of 2018.

Online students will be able to pursue an associate of arts in insurance, a bachelor of business administration with a concentration in logistics management, a bachelor of science in entrepreneurship, a master of science in human resource management, a master of management, a master of public administration with a concentration in crisis management, a master of business administration in strategic management and leadership, an associate of science in medical coding and billing, an associate of science in office assisting, an associate of science in medical office management, a bachelor of science in nursing (post-licensure, RN to BSN), and a bachelor of science in youth and family ministries.

In addition to associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, Point will also now offer three new online graduate certificate programs in human resource management, Black Belt Lean Six Sigma, and Green Belt Lean Six Sigma.

Committed to delivering a Christ-centered education to students, both residential and online, Vice President for Graduate & Professional Studies Dr. Chris Davis steered the efforts in designing the new programs.

“We’re delighted to offer new programs for our growing student population,” Davis said.

“With an evolving professional environment, these programs will prepare students to succeed in high-demand careers.”

The new programs will be offered in a fully online format and provide a flexible, convenient education option for students.

Point University now offers four certificates and 77 undergraduate and graduate degrees programs, in-class and online, across 41 major areas of study.

Point is certified to offer online programs to students in all 50 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and several U.S. territories.