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Over the course of a lifetime, a bachelor's degree is worth over $1 million more than an associate's degree. What's more, a master's degree affords you greater career options and opportunity. In fact, 1/3 of our graduating students earned job promotions while taking classes.
Finish your degree faster at Franklin with our flexible, accelerated course formats. With our competitive tuition and easy transfer process, you can finish faster and spend less money to earn your bachelor's degree. And if you want a master's, you can earn yours in as few as 16 months.
Employers have relied on Franklin to bring fresh thinking from the classroom right to the workplace. With programs designed with the input of respected industry experts, it's no wonder thousands of Franklin students and alumni are employed by the nation's top Fortune 100 companies.
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#1 University for Adults in Ohio
Franklin is Ohio's largest adult-focused university based on percent of student population over 25 years old.1
#1 Nonprofit University for Online Degrees in Ohio
Franklin is Ohio's largest nonprofit university for online degrees conferred, including associate, bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs.2
1National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Integrated Postsecondary Education Database (IPEDS). Retrieved November 2019; includes 2018 data for universities in Ohio with at least 50% of their student population aged 25 and older.
2National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Integrated Postsecondary Education Database (IPEDS). Retrieved November 2019; includes 2014-2018 data for all classifications of instructional programs (CIP) codes offered in distance format in Ohio.