Below are a number of frequently asked questions about Lewis University's master's degree programs. If you have a question that is not listed below, call 866-967-7046 to speak with a Graduate Admissions Counselor.
Lewis University offers online master's programs in Organizational Leadership, Data Science, Information Security, Criminal/Social Justice, and Public Safety Administration. To learn more about the online degree programs, click here.
Yes, financial aid is available for those who qualify. One of our Graduate Admissions Counselors will be happy to walk you through all the necessary steps needed to apply. We have a dedicated Financial Aid staff that will help you receive all of the assistance for which you qualify.
Earning a master's degree online from Lewis University is a great way to expand your career opportunities without sacrificing important time with your family, career, or other activities. Online classes allow you to do your coursework when and where it's most convenient for you, in a time that is flexible to accommodate your other responsibilities.
Yes, Lewis University is accredited by, and a member of, the Higher Learning Commission.
Please fill out our Information Request Form and we will call you to answer your questions. If you don't want to wait, you can call and speak with a Graduate Admissions Counselor at 1.866.967.7046.
Lewis University's program directors and full-time professors are recognized experts in their field. Where Lewis University does utilize adjunct instructors, our standards for these individuals allow us to expose students to instructors whose expertise is the result of their current work in the fields of study they teach, bringing invaluable real-world experience to the classroom.
In online courses, students attend class by accessing the virtual classroom through an online learning system. Similar to a traditional course, students complete assignments according to the class schedule. These assignments might include completing readings from a textbook or current article, writing a paper, completing a project, or contributing to the course discussion. Students communicate regularly with the instructor and classmates via online discussion forums.
Online courses are not self-paced, independent study courses. Students are required to complete assignments according to the class schedule, to maintain regular contact with the instructor and to participate in online class discussions. Often, online students report that the online learning experience is richer than a traditional classroom because of the level of engagement and discussion from fellow students living around the country and even the world.
No, but you are required to stay on schedule with assignments and login multiple times per week. You have the flexibility of choosing the day of the week and the time of day or night you want to work on an assignment, but you must complete your assignments and turn them in (through the online course) by the specified date and time. Some classes may have several due dates each week; others may require work only once per week.
Lewis University's online programs offer 24/7 technical support. Our Personal Support Center is made up of technology professionals, committed to supporting the technical needs of our students any time of day and each day of the week, including weekends. They will assist you with any computer issues that might hinder you from completing your work.
As a Lewis University Online student, you will have your own personal Student Services Coordinator who is just a phone call away and is ready to help you with any issues or questions that may arise throughout your academic life at Lewis University. Think of your Student Services Coordinator as your personal 'concierge' available to support you through the program and always just a phone call or email away.
Earn a degree that will help take your career to the next level with Lewis University. Call 866-967-7046 to speak with a Graduate Admissions Counselor or click here to request more information.