Simmons’ inspiring community of driven women will help you reach your personal and professional goals — from anywhere in the United States. Continue your bachelor’s journey as an adult learner or a transfer student in one of our fully online CompleteDegree@Simmons undergraduate programs for women.
Scholarships are available for admitted students who enroll in our upcoming term — no additional application needed.
Start Out Ahead
____Complete your bachelor’s in as few as 12 months. We accept up to 96 transfer credits and offer up to 24 credits for life experience.
Work and Life
____Reach your goals on your terms. Our flexible, supportive programs are designed to fit into your busy schedule.
Shape Your Future
____Turn your passion into your life’s work. 89% of Simmons undergrads are employed within six months of graduation.¹
Our online bachelor’s degree programs will challenge and inspire you as they instill the real-world skills employers are seeking. We are adding new majors to our digital campus platform with each new semester.
BSBA, Business and Management
Grow as a professional as you learn to manage diverse teams ethically and effectively.
Connect with audiences across media platforms and hone your voice as an innovative storyteller and creator.
BA, Public Relations and Marketing Communications
Learn how to shape the identify of a business, brand, or organization and develop skills in content strategy, social listening and analytics, visual communication, and more.
BS, Computer Science
Learn to write software, create websites, and develop new methods for solving highly technical problems.
Discover powerful ways to reach consumers and make a positive impact for brands and organizations.
RN to BSN, Nursing
Expand your role as a compassionate, socially responsive nurse and patient advocate.
Gain a deeper understanding of the human mind and learn how you can use your knowledge to make a difference.
BS, Public Health
Explore the intersection of health, science, and society as you prepare to take on pressing health issues and inequities.
BSW, Social Work
Learn how to empower society’s most vulnerable members and get ready for a lifetime of community advocacy.
Request information today to speak to an admission counselor, learn more about our programs, and find out how you can apply in four easy steps.
For more than a century, Simmons University has been breaking down barriers to education for women. Now, our immersive digital campus brings the Simmons undergraduate experience online, offering women across the country the opportunity to become the empowered leaders of tomorrow.
Our transformative online undergraduate programs are intentionally designed and backed by years of research into effective online teaching and learning. The Simmons digital campus brings our core values of intellectual curiosity and academic integrity, and a deep commitment to social justice to students everywhere.
Attend live, online class sessions that are kept small to encourage lively discussion and collaboration.
Complete interactive coursework designed and delivered by Simmons faculty at your own pace between classes.
Join a vibrant online campus that connects you to the clubs, events, and activism at the heart of the Simmons community.
Throughout your CompleteDegree@Simmons experience, you will find support from faculty and staff who are dedicated to helping you start and finish strong.
Support for Your Entire Student Journey
Your admission counselor will assist you throughout the application process.
Your student success advisor will help you map a clear and consistent path to graduation.
24/7 Tech Support is always a click away.
Workers with bachelor’s degrees earn $21,580 more in median yearly wages than those who have attended college but did not complete their degree.² Request information today to learn more about our online programs.
¹ This data is self-reported by the Simmons University Baccalaureate Class of 2020 in the annual Simmons First Destinations Survey, with a response rate of 56%.
² Figure represents one year (52 weeks) of earnings, based on the $415 difference between median usual weekly earnings of workers with bachelor’s degrees and workers with some college, no degree, from Learn more, earn more: Education leads to higher wages, lower unemployment (2020). Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved Aug. 13, 2020, from https://www.bls.gov/careeroutlook/2020/data-on-display/education-pays.htm