Creighton University, located in Omaha, Nebraska, offers a top-ranked education in the Jesuit tradition for people who want to contribute something meaningful to the world. It’s where students, faculty and staff thrive in a supportive community committed to Jesuit, Catholic values and traditions. And, it’s where students learn to become leaders through service to others.
Founded in 1878, Creighton is one of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the U.S. Our more than 8,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students come to Creighton each year to find their place in the world through lives of leadership and service.
Even taking courses online at Creighton, students will still be connected to other students and instructors, similar to being on the campus.
Courses taught online at Creighton are interactive. Students will work with other students and their instructors through the use of real-time web-conferencing, audio-visual learning materials, discussions, and other technologies.
Most courses are asynchronous, providing flexibility for students’ busy schedule. However, courses are not self-paced. Assignment due dates will help ensure students are moving through each course toward that all important goal of graduation!
Online courses at Creighton are just as academically rigorous as the on-campus courses; they incorporate Creighton’s commitment to its mission and values.
Faculty members teaching online at Creighton are committed to student success. They are well prepared to teach in the online environment and are looking forward to working with students through their program of studies.
- Ranked the #1 Midwest University for the 13th consecutive year by U.S. News & World Report in the 2016 “America’s Best Colleges” edition
- Ranked #3 in the Best Master’s Universities category in the 2015 Washington Monthly College Rankings
- Ranked #11 Best Online Graduate Education Programs in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report Best Online Programs Rankings
- One of the nation’s top 379 colleges and universities according to The Princeton Review’s 2015 college guide
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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