St. Joseph, Missouri (100% online)
2- and 4-year, Nationally accredited
Degrees: Associate's, Bachelor's (also Certificate programs and technical diplomas)
American Business & Technology University (ABTU) is an all-online school that, as they say and we agree, is both engaging and affordable. They focus on adult learners and have an open admission policy, so don’t worry if you weren’t a straight-A student in high school or during time you spent in college.
While ABTU offers bachelor’s degrees most of their students are enrolled in associate degree programs. Business and computer science are two of the most popular programs.
Since many adults are looking for non-degree credentials nowadays, ABTU has developed relevant certificate programs in Information Technology and technical diploma programs in five disciplines. In our opinion, adults thinking about adding timely credentials – or considering a career change – should take a close look at this well-run, reasonable priced school.
"To be honest, I did not do very well on campus at a traditional college. I was always distracted. Attending ABTU online from the comfort of my home I found I was able to focus better and learn more while attending live class online. If I couldn’t make it to the live class I was able to watch the recorded video so I never missed anything. I would highly recommend ABTU to anyone who works full time or has a family."
"Outstanding college! I am a retired Navy Counselor and have enjoyed every moment of my time earning an AAS in Business Administration and Information technology. The curriculum is amazing, the instructors outstanding! I did a lot of research on other schools before picking this one. They are “Top Notch!”"
"I love the live online lectures via Adobe Connect (using web conferencing software). ABTU is a COMPTIA Authorized Academy; that means you can get you’re A + Network + Security + Linux + etc. while earning your degree. COMPTIA certifications are highly regarded in the IT field. I personally think this is a great school and I spread the word when I find good colleges and good products/services."