Judson College offering degrees through Distance Learning Program


BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) -- If you're looking to head back to class but can't make it to campus, Judson College has the program for you. It's also available for high school students who want to geta jump on their college courses.

Judson's Distance Learning program is open to both men and women. Prospective students who can't make it to class can take classes and earn a degree in any of the following majors: Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Elementary Education, English, History, Interdisciplinary Studies, Music, Psychology, Religious Studies, Secondary Education, and Spanish. 

Smaller class sizes also help give students a one-on-one experience. Distance classes are a student-teacher only class, meaning you have a more personal relationship and can talk about any challenges or issues you have in the class without dealing with larger class sizes. 

High school students can also take advantage of dual enrollment classes through distance learning. Students who aren't able to make it to Judson can take classes, one-on-one, and start their college journey. Credits earned at Judson are also able to transfer to other four-year schools. 

By Kristen Bolden