Center for Adult Learners

Libermann Hall
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
Phone: 412.396.5600
Fax: 412.396.5072

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    Center for Adult Learners

    This program is for you

    Maybe you started working towards a bachelor's degree but never finished. Perhaps you got your bachelor's degree years ago, but now want to go back to get a master's degree. Commuting to class after work or sitting in class during the day are not realistic options for you. You've come to right place.

    These online bachelor's degrees are designed for students like you - you want to focus on earning your degree, but you have other life obligations as well.

    Visit our Online Campus to learn more about online graduate programs. M.S. in Leadership is now listed under Liberal Arts. New programs include M.A. in Corporate Communication, M.S. in Management and M.S. in Sports Business.

    Online Format

    The online format allows you to participate in discussions and classwork when and where it fits best in your schedule. If your work requires you to travel you will not have to worry about missing classes.

    Transfer Your Credits

    If you have undergraduate or graduate credits from an accredited college or university you may be able to transfer them and complete your degree in less time.

    Academic Support
    • Advisors will guide you through the entire process from registration to graduation
    • Online access to the University's Writing Center and Gumberg Library
    • New to online learning? No worries. We help you to become comfortable with online learning through orientations and direct human support
    Career Support

    As a student and alum you will have access to Career Services to help you with interview skills, refreshing your resume, and career exploration if you are thinking about making a change.


    Undergraduate tuition is $845 per credit. There are no other fees added to the cost. Financial aid, a corporate tuition deferment program, and payment plans are also available.


    Online courses, a designated advisor, military scholarships, and the support our military and veteran students need make Duquesne University a military-friendly university.