Judson College offers educational opportunities for men and women who find it difficult or inconvenient to attend traditional campus classes due to scheduling or other conflicting responsibilities. Through the Distance Learning Program, students can create flexible plans to complete baccalaureate degrees totally through distance education.
A Judson College Distance Learning degree consists of:
- A minimum of 128 semester hours
- The General Education Core Requirements
- Additional requirements for the B.A. or B.S. degree
- The requirements for your academic major
- The requirements for your academic minor. (If no minor is declared, you must complete at least fifteen hours of upper level electives.)
“I am an administrator for a small mom and pop company here in Blue Ridge, Georgia and a Psychology major at Judson. My experience with Judson College’s distance learning program has been phenomenal! Dr. Chen and her staff are always there to help in any way they can. The program is flexible and the professors are extremely knowledgeable and helpful. Last year I went through a family illness. The distance learning staff and the professors were very supportive, kind, and understanding as my family and I dealt with the crisis that was dealt to us. I would strongly recommend the Judson College Distance Learning Program to my friends and colleagues.”
-Frank Sutton, Blue Ridge, Georgia
Want to know more about Distance Learning at Judson College? We want to hear from you!
For questions related to applying to or enrolling at Judson, contact:
Leah Washburn, Enrollment Coordinator for Distance Learning
Phone: 1-800-447-9472 or 334-683-5146
Are you a current Distance Learning student with questions? Contact:
Dr. Kathy Chen, Director of Distance Learning
Phone: 334-683-5169 or 1-800-447-9472