Founded in 1865, the University of Kansas welcomed its first class of students to an unfinished building on a treeless ridge called Mount Oread. From that single building, we have grown to five campuses — the Lawrence campus, the Edwards Campus in Overland Park, and medical branches in Kansas City, Wichita, and Salina – with over 28,000 current students and more than 300,000 alumni worldwide.
Explore online learning at KU
KU’s online degree programs are designed with your busy schedule in mind and offer the flexibility to study whenever – and wherever – is most convenient for you. Our online courses are taught by the same highly regarded faculty and expert instructors and consist of the same rigorous curriculum and instruction as our on-campus programs.
When you look at KU’s costs and scholarships and think about affordability, consider value. An online degree from KU is a valuable investment — with opportunities to work with world-class faculty and scholars, achieve your academic vision, and engage in a strong professional network.
Apply to a KU online program
Find an online bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, or noncredit program that fits your needs, and then familiarize yourself with the requirements and next steps.