The mission of Culver-Stockton College's online programs is to provide students relevant and rigorous degree programs through fully online instruction.
We know life is busy, and we recognize the need for flexible programs for working professionals. As a result, we offer a selection of fully-online degrees (with the exception of the Master of Athletic Training program, which offers a combination of online activities and resources with on-campus classroom instruction). Courses are taught in an eight-week format, with sessions scheduled to begin in January, March, May, August and October.
Courses are formatted at an accelerated pace. Courses are designed to promote collaboration and networking. Students in the master of business administration and master of education programs will have access to faculty as if they were attending classes on campus.
Culver-Stockton offers a 10 percent discount toward online program tuition to full-time employees, their spouses and dependents at more than 20 corporate partners. Click here to learn more about our corporate partnerships.
Click here for tuition fees, online fees, transcript fees, graduation fees and financial aid information.
C-SC is a member of the Online Consortium of Independent Colleges and Universities, which provides access to hundreds of online courses. Online students can enroll in any class offered through the consortium. Any class taken through a consortium provider school is considered a Culver-Stockton College course, not a transfer course.
UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS
Business AdministrationBusiness Analytics (minor only)
Criminal Justice Administration
Cyber-Security (minor only)
Sport Management (BS)
Traditional on-campus students also may take online courses taught by the C-SC faculty that are required for graduation but not offered in an on-campus setting.
Traditional on-campus students may take one 8-week online course each semester. The cost of the online course is covered by their regular tuition, but a $100 online course fee also is charged. All online courses count as credit taken through Culver-Stockton College and will not appear as a transfer credit.
Students must be in good academic standing (2.0 grade-point average or higher) and receive signed approval in advance from their academic advisor, the appropriate division chair, the registrar and the director of online programs.
The registration worksheet for traditional students taking online courses can be found at MyCulver.com. Go to the “Student” tab and click on “Student Forms” on the left side of the page. All forms must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar.
Culver-Stockton College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education. Click here for a list of programs accredited by the IACBE.