When you participate in an online program at Chatham University, you’ll enjoy flexibility and convenience, without a sense of being on your own. Instead, you’re part of a vibrant cohort led by a passionate instructor committed to your success. Many online programs offer on-site visits or residencies designed to reinforce these relationships.
Graduate Online Degrees
Chatham offers online education for the following graduate degrees: BSN to Doctor of Nursing Practice, Registered Nurse to Master of Science in Nursing, Master of Business Administration, Master of Healthcare Informatics, Master of Science in Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice, Post-Professional Doctor of Occupational Therapy, Master of Professional Writing, Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (low residency), and Master of Science in Interior Architecture.Explore Graduate Degrees
Benefits of Online Education
Online education is becoming an increasingly popular option: According to the National Center of Education Statistics, in fall 2015, there were 5,954,121 students enrolled in online learning courses at degree-granting postsecondary institutions.
- Flexibility of participation means that you can take the course at your own pace.
- Save time and money compared with the costs of commuting and parking. It can be better for the environment, too.
- Online courses allow you to develop your technical skills.
- There's often a wider range of networking opportunities compared with on-site programs.
How It Works
Through an online learning management systems, students participate in interactive class activities and discussions held asynchronously in an online environment. The platform enables students to demonstrate knowledge gained through activities, as well as submit assignments and papers electronically. Throughout the course, grades and feedback from the instructor will be available through the grade book. Instructors often hold virtual office hours in which questions from students can be addressed.Learn More
The Office of Academic and Accessibility Resources
The Office of Academic and Accessibility Resources (OAAR) assists students with their academic and disability support needs. Services are available for the entire Chatham student population. OAAR’s academic support includes peer tutoring and supplemental instruction; writing support; and academic coaching.Learn More
MyChatham is home to all the student forms you need, the campus directory, and a student news and events calendar. Here you can find course schedules, grades, and unofficial transcripts. It’s also how you can access the Jennie King Mellon Library’s catalogs, databases, and journal archives. You can access webmail and the Student Portal through myChatham, too.Learn More