Online Programs at Queens University of Charlotte

The Queens community is proud to expand the reach of the university’s educational offerings around the country and the world with our state-of-the-art online programs. U.S. News & World Report ranked Queens No. 22 among universities in the South for 2017, Queens University of Charlotte is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees. To learn about Queens’ prestigious rankings and recognitions, click here.

Queens Online Graduate Programs

Master of Business Administration

Gain an edge with executive insights. Learn from experienced executives who are invested in your success. Queens University of Charlotte’s online Master of Business Administration combines interactive instruction with individual mentorship to create a career-changing experience. Learn more.

Master of Science in Nursing

Available with a Clinical Nurse Leader, Nurse Educator, or Nurse Administrator track, Queens online Master of Science in Nursing programs are designed to prepare nurses as interdisciplinary, collaborative nursing leaders. Learn more.

Master of Health Administration

Master the business side of healthcare. The online Master of Health Administration gives you the business savvy to lead, manage and grow healthcare organizations. The applied curriculum is built on universal business practices and principled leadership, providing you with the skills and confidence to approach, address and solve healthcare’s intricate operational challenges. Learn more.

Master of Arts in Communication

Earn the communication credential designed for this century. Taught by award-winning faculty, the program prepares students to create cohesive and comprehensive messaging plans through a modern curriculum that blends theory with practice and digital tools with traditional platforms. Learn more.

Master of Arts in Educational Leadership

Gain educational leadership skills with personalized faculty support. Learn to spearhead change and make a difference at your school — and in your career — with the online Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from the Cato School of Education at Queens. Learn more.

The Queens Approach to Interactive, Online Learning

Queens University of Charlotte has optimized the online learning experience, eliminating the perceived obstacles typically associated with learning online. Through our innovative learning management system, MyCourses, you can access coursework anywhere while seamlessly engaging with colleagues, students and professors. Stay engaged in virtual lectures and participate using today’s latest tools and technologies. Benefits and features include but are not limited to the following:

  • Networking through instant message chat sessions
  • Skype-style video conference abilities
  • Real-time collaboration
  • 24/7 access via tablets and mobile devices

To learn more about MyCourses and Queens’ online learning experience, click here. Review our chart comparing online vs. on campus education to learn more about the benefits of each.

A Message from Our President, Dr. Pamela Davies

“We are delighted by the realization that our new online programs will remove the geographic barriers of the past, putting a Queens education within reach of students across the country and even the globe. Our highest priority at Queens is maintaining our tradition of excellence in education and providing transformational experiences that ensure our students' success.”

Pamela Davies, Ph.D.
President, Queens University of Charlotte

To read the entire President's Message, click here.

To find out more about our programs: Request more information or call us at 866-313-2356 to speak with an admissions advisor.

Jenna Wise, Online MA in Communication student: I chose the program at Queens because of the small class size and the individual attention I get from the faculty and staff.

Dr. Grace Buttriss, Asst. Professor, Clinical Nurse Leader Coordinator: I think that the low faculty to student ratio at Queens University of Charlotte is unique to this university.

Dr. Lynn Morton, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs: What’s most important is the caring of the faculty and the relationships that are built between the students and faculty members - and that’s what Queens does particularly well.

Andrea Runyon, MA in Education Leadership graduate: There is a very committed staff who is committed to you while you’re here as a student and then afterwards as you move forward in your career.

Dr. Eric Freedman, Dean, Knight School of Communication: We’re a fairly small yet nimble institution, and that gives you a lot of flexibility in terms of innovating at the curricular level.

Dr. Ron Shiffler, founder of the online MBA program: We’re known here for our personal touch and I think you will see some very interesting and different personal touches in this program.

Bob Woods, MBA Graduate: The Queens experience has made a major difference in my life. It’s not only expanded my horizon from the perspective of an individual as a professional, but also as an individual in the community.

Morton: An online program really fits well with our mission. We really believe that access to higher education is one of our highest values.

Buttriss: The online program is a very similar experience to the seated program.

Amy Lane, Online Master of Science in Nursing student: The MyCourses platform is just exceptional. It’s really great. If I have questions for my classmates I can just ask them right then and there.

Wise: It’s very user friendly; it’s intuitive. And the help desk is always just a phone call away.

Dr. Linda Dunlap, Program Director, Online MA in Educational Leadership: We can click on the discussion board. The assignments are right there. Very easy to use and I’ve had students email me that same thing.

Dr. Zachary White, Program Director, Online MA in Communication: We find that many students prefer the online form of communication because it allows them to communicate on their own time amidst their busy work-life schedules, as well as it enhances and furthers their sense of community with classmates that proceed with them throughout the program.

Wise: I would definitely consider us a group of friends, not just a group of classmates or a group of colleagues.

Dr. Annette Hines, Chair of MSN Program, Assistant Professor: From my interactions with students they do feel very connected to Queens and feel that they are Queens students and a part of our community.

Woods: All alumni are considered ambassadors to the school where we represent the school and, based on that, we will be their resource for understanding the Queens program and experience.

Runyon: Queens has given me the foundation I needed to move forward in my career and a place to come back to with people who continue to be committed to helping me grow professionally.