College of Online Education
College of Online Education
Earn an Online Bachelors or Online Masters
Life University firmly believes our students shouldn’t be held back from a rare educational opportunity because of time constraints or distance.
Life University’s College of Online Education strives to give our students a chance for an individualized education no matter where they reside. We are continually expanding our offerings to help spread the Life University philosophy and educational values across the globe.
Why choose Life University’s College of Online Education?
Affordability. Life University’s tuition and books may be less expensive than competing schools.
Convenience. Take classes on your schedule, within a timeframe that lets you balance work, family and life.
Support. You won’t go on this journey alone. Our dedicated faculty and staff will be with you every step of the way.
Faculty. Our professors care about you and want you to succeed in the classroom and beyond. Whether it’s on screen or on campus, we’ll help you devise an educational plan that works for you.
Meet the Dean and Faculty
Watch the videos below to meet Dr. Richard Belcastro, Dean of the College of Online Education and online faculty member and Assistant Professor of Coaching Psychology Dr. Mickey Parsons. Discover how Life University helps our online students overcome any obstacles of distance learning. And, learn how students meet their career goals no matter where they choose to begin their educational journey.
The College of Online Education currently offers a Master of Positive Psychology, along with four undergraduate degree programs.
Interested in eventually attending Life University for our world-renowned Doctor of Chiropractic degree? We’ve got you covered with an online Pre-Doctor of Chiropractic program to guide you on a fast track with all the prerequisites you’ll need for admissions.
Learn about all our online offerings below.
From the Bureau of Labor Statistics:
Employment of medical and health services managers is projected to grow 32% from 2020 to 2030, much faster than the average of all occupations. The median annual wage for medical and health services managers was $104,280 in May 2020. The median annual wage for all workers in the field was $41,950.
eLearning can help students to retain between 25% and 60% more information.
E-learning increases retention rates by 25% to 60%.
Jonathan Powell, Online M.S. Positive Psychology – Coaching Track Alumnus
“When I changed from clinical psychology and started at Life U, I was surprised by how many new approaches I learned. It was helpful to see that there was another way to do this.”
Chantelle Frazier, Online M.S. Positive Psychology student and Doctor of Chiropractic Alumna
“Who I was when I started at Life [U] and who I am now are two totally different people. Being at Life University is like you are constantly being challenged to think outside of your current predicament or current self. That constant challenge is forcing you to grow so that you can be connected to a bigger vision.”