Accelerated Online Degree Completion Programs
Finish college. Get more out of your education.
USF can help you finish your degree–no matter when you started it. Whether you’ve been away from college courses for years or you recently finished a two-year degree, the University of Sioux Falls in South Dakota understands how your goals for earning a degree differ from college students who are just out of high school. At USF, you will get more personalized attention from our top-notch faculty and you will make more networking connections that will help you excel in your career.
Accelerated Degree Programs. USF’s Accelerated Degree Completion Program (DCP) is designed for adult students who want to earn a college degree while working, raising a family or pursing other personal interests. In many cases, transfer credits help you finish your degree even faster.
Convenient college classes. USF offers convenient college courses for students like you, wanting to finish a degree:
- Online and evening classes as little as one night per week
- Online and evening classes two nights per week
- 100% online
USF is a private Christian college offering you options for earning a degree that both meets your needs and matches our liberal arts tradition. USF’s distinctly Christian university approach gets results. How do we know? USF graduates find jobs in their fields of study within six months of finishing one of USF’s accredited undergraduate degrees.
Wondering if USF is the Right Place to Earn a Degree?
USF’s strong focus on the liberal arts means we value past college credits and other experiences you bring to your goal to earn a college degree.
Here are your options for completing your degree at USF:
- Accounting degree (earn a degree online – 100%)
- Business degree (earn a degree online – 100%)
- Health Administration degree (earn a degree online – 100%)
Along the way, your academic advisors can tell you more about top jobs for people in your profession or field of study, the best college classes for the kind of jobs you want and how employers value accredited degrees from USF versus degrees from other public or private colleges or universities.