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Cohort Default Rates

Herzing University 2-Year and 3-Year Cohort Default Rates (CDRs)
for Cohorts 2009-2011

2-Year Cohort Default Rates

Cohort
Year
Herzing University National Averages Proprietary Schools Averages
2009 8.7% 8.8% 15.0%
2010 8.4% 9.1% 12.9%
2011 11.6% 10% 13.6%


3-Year Cohort Default Rates

Cohort
Year
Herzing University National Averages Proprietary Schools Averages
2009 13.2% 13.4% 22.7%
2010 17.4% 14.7% 21.8%
2011 16.9% 13.7% 19.1%

Library Services

Library Resources and Services

A variety of library resources and services are available for students in both on-campus and online Herzing programs.

Resources

  • All students, at campuses and online, have access to dozens of extensive research databases which include thousands of journals, magazines, images, e-books, newspapers, transcripts, and multimedia. These electronic resources are available 24x7 via an Internet connection at home or on-campus.
  • Campus libraries have supplemental collections including books, periodicals, and multimedia, as well as facilities for study and research.

Services

  • A team of professional librarians work with students regarding reference questions and use of the electronic and print resources.
  • Librarians are available via toll-free phone, email, chat, and more.
  • Faculty members work with librarians to match library resources with the research resources needed for assignments and research projects.
  • Information literacy skills are integrated with the curriculum so students can develop their ability to work with resources effectively and efficiently.
  • Research collections, guides, tutorials, and other materials are available to students.

The librarians support development of independent learning skills by offering research information and assistance for both focused and general research.

Horizon Campus - Sri Lanka

Herzing University and Horizon Campus in Columbo, Sri Lanka have created an affiliation to provide U.S. degrees to Sri Lankan students.

Sri Lankan students can take online bachelor's and master's programs right from the comfort of their homes in Sri Lanka or choose to study abroad at one of Herzing University's campuses in the U.S.

In Person Support

While taking online courses in Sri Lanka, students can attend optional tutoring sessions at Horizon's Campus in Columbo.

Career Programs

Bachelor of Science students can complete the Herzing University bachelor's degree programs in a little as three years. Click here to find out about accelerated programs. MBA students can complete the program in just one and a half years. Sri Lankan students will be fully integrated into the Herzing University system, allowing any student to spend as many semesters as they wish studying in one of Herzing University’s many U.S. campuses.

MBA Degrees

The Master in Business Administration programs prepare students with the necessary skills and academic knowledge for management positions in various business enterprises, with a concentration of courses in business management. These career opportunities may be in areas such as accounting, finance, business administration, sales, marketing, human resources, information systems, and production or operations for the existing or emerging manager. The program includes the application of theory and practice, and case studies are emphasized throughout all courses. Graduates of Herzing University’s MBA degree program will be able to apply their knowledge to any field, including finance, marketing, healthcare, education, manufacturing, industrial, insurance, nonprofit, and hospitality industries. Students can choose from four MBA concentrations:

  • MBA in Business Management
  • MBA in Human Resources
  • MBA in Project Management
  • MBA in Technology Management

Bachelor's Degrees

  • Business Management with a Concentration in Business Administration - This degree prepares students with a generalist approach to management education by providing the skills and knowledge for entry-level general management training positions. These career opportunities may be in areas such as accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivables, business administration, human resources, and hospitality.
  • Business Management with a Concentration in Entrepreneurial Studies - Students gain an understanding of the roles and responsibilities, functions, and challenges of today’s entrepreneurs. Students will take classes to increase their knowledge and understanding of the importance of entrepreneurial law, social responsibility, product development, and innovation. The goal of the program is to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to start a small business or develop an existing business upon graduation. By the end of the program, students should be able to develop a comprehensive business plan, which includes a well-constructed financial and marketing component.
  • Business Management with a Concentration in International Business - The roles and strategies of businesses in a global environment will be examined. Students will be equipped with the necessary skills and academic knowledge for entry-level positions in international companies. Areas of focus in international business include marketing, banking, finance, economics, exporting, importing, cultural protocol, and foreign language. Students will learn the social, cultural, legal, political, and technological barriers to international business and understand international trade and investment opportunities while demonstrating how to manage international business affairs.
  • Business Management with a Concentration in Marketing - Study of the complex relationship between markets and customers and the practical and theoretical skills needed to market a product in a competitive business environment are covered in this program. The core components of the marketing program concentration are advertising, marketing on the internet, consumer behavior, marketing research, marketing strategy, new product development, international marketing, professional selling, and sales management.
  • Graphic Design with a Concentration in Print Design and Graphic Design with a Concentration in Web Design- These degrees prepare students with the necessary academic knowledge and technical competencies required for a wide range of positions in graphic arts. The curriculum is focused on designing and producing work for print, the web, television, cinema, multimedia, and digital entertainment. This degree enables students to specialize in topics appropriate for an entry-level position in interactive and graphic arts.
  • Information Technology with a Concentration in Network Management - and Information Technology with a Concentration in Security Technology - Students in these programs will be prepared with the necessary academic knowledge and technical competencies required for a range of positions and careers in the administration and management of information technology. The curriculum is focused on designing, implementing, and supporting solutions to business problems in the general categories of information technology, information management, and business communications. The program keeps pace with changing technology by offering courses that focus on emerging technologies.
  • Software Development with a Concentration in Computer Programming - This degree prepares students with the necessary academic knowledge and technical competencies required for a range of positions. The curriculum is focused on designing, implementing, or supporting computer application solutions to problems in industries such as business, government, and health information management.

Learn more

Contact Horizon Campus for more information about earning an online U.S. Herzing University degree in Sri Lanka; study abroad opportunities at one of Herzing University's many campuses in the U.S.; and more.
Hotline: +94-718 622 727
Email: hu.info@horizoncampus.edu.lk

In the U.S., please contact Matthew Schneider at +1-414-908-0276 or email internationalstudents@herzing.edu.

Certified Infant Massage Teacher Training

Date: Call your campus for upcoming dates
Course Number/Program Code: CE 0015/CECIMTT132
Course Name: Certified Infant Massage Teacher Training
Contact Hours: 24.0 Contact Hours
Days to Complete: 3.0 Days
CEUs: 2.4 CEUs
Location: Herzing University Brookfield, 555 S. Executive Drive, Brookfield
Prerequisite(s): None
Who Should Attend: Massage therapists and healthcare professionals working with mothers and children
Course Type: Lecture and Hands-On

Course Description:

This infant massage teacher certification course is presented by the Liddle Kidz™ Foundation. This professional training is for those interested in working with families by becoming a Certified Infant Massage Teacher (CIMT). A CIMT™ is an educator who teaches the art of infant massage to parents or caregivers in the presence of their babies. This training is open to those who care deeply about families and children. Certification qualifies the student to demonstrate knowledge and skill in guiding parents and families in the practical application of infant massage. Certified infant massage teachers (CIMT) instruct parents and caregivers on how to massage their children in group and private classes. This is not a hands-on-baby course. Teachers and students use baby dolls to practice and demonstrate strokes.

This course includes the Certified Infant Massage Teacher Guide, comprehensive up-to-date course materials, a supervised parent-baby class, CIMT™ Certificate (after attending the full 3-day course, verified practicum hours, and an in-class exam), and after-course mentoring from our Master Teacher.

Course Content Overview:

  • The history and global use of infant massage as a parenting practice
  • Infant massage techniques and methodology
  • Massage stroke adaptations for infants with special healthcare needs, babies born prematurely, strokes for common childhood discomforts such as colic, gas, constipation, congestion, and teething
  • Recognizing Infant’s verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Current infant massage research and how best to stay in touch with current research developments
  • Benefits for both infants and caregivers
  • Teaching and facilitating skills
  • Nurturing touch for the growing child
  • Tips for providing classes to families of all kinds, including cultural considerations for families from varied ethnic and cultural backgrounds, extended families, stepfamilies, grandparents raising children, adoptive families, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) parents and teenage parents
  • Marketing skills and techniques for setting up and marketing successful infant massage classes
  • CIMT™ Teaching Guide (provided in class)
  • Supervised practical experience: parent-baby infant massage class is provided on two days of the course. On the 2nd day of the course, student participants observe the Master Teacher, who will conduct the infant massage class, and on the 3rd day of the course, student participants conduct the supervised infant massage class. During this supervised session, student participants have an opportunity to conduct the parent-baby class and put their education to use immediately.

Learning Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Describe infant massage and nurturing touch techniques.
  2. Describe the benefits of infant massage for and their families.
  3. Describe applications for, and where to use, infant massage.
  4. Demonstrate routines and adaptations for the use of infant massage therapy.
  5. Perform demonstration for parents on how to use infant massage.

Required Texts or other supplemental materials:

Will be provided by the presenter

Grading:

Pass/Fail

TOPICAL Outline:

Topic Time Spent on Topic
Day 1 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Introductions 15 minutes
Overview of Course 15 minutes
Define Touch 15 minutes
Types and history of touch 30 minutes
Infant Massage Benefits 30 minutes
Group Work/Benefits 30 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Infant Massage Strokes 60 minutes
Lunch 60 minutes
Infant Cues/Reflexes 30 minutes
Infant Communication 35 minutes
Bonding and Attachment 30 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Parent Class Structure 30 minutes
Facilitation Skills 30 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Closing Exercise 30 minutes
Course Summation 10 minutes
Day 2 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Review of Material Covered 15 minutes
Overview of Course 10 minutes
Infant Touch Research 30 minutes
Review Massage Strokes 30 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Stroke Adaptations/Colic/Gas 15 minutes
Developmental Movement 15 minutes
Lunch 60 minutes
Parent/Baby Class 60 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Discussion of Parent Class 30 minutes
Teaching Group Work 50 minutes
Review FAQs/Resources 60 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Growing Child/Alternatives 30 minutes
Question and Answer Session 20 minutes
Closing Exercise 15 minutes
Course Summation 10 minutes
Day 3 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Review of Material Covered 15 minutes
Parent/Baby Class 60 minutes
Contraindications for Infant Massage 40 minutes
Infant Massage/Special Needs 30 minutes
Marketing Parent Classes 60 minutes
Lunch 60 minutes
Family Considerations 15 minutes
Question and Answer Session 20 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Exam 60 minutes
Review Strokes/Adaptations 35 minutes
Teaching Group Work 30 minutes
Course Evaluation 15 minutes
Course Summation 10 Minutes

Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist Training

Date: Call your campus for upcoming dates
Course Number/Program Code: CE 0065/CECPMT132
Course Name: Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist Training
Contact Hours: 16.0
Days to Complete: 2.0 Days
CEUs: 1.6 CEUs
Location: Herzing University Brookfield, 555 S. Executive Drive, Brookfield
Prerequisite(s): None
Who Should Attend: Massage therapists
Course Type: Lecture and Hands-On

Course Description:

This comprehensive pediatric massage training for massage therapists and healthcare professionals certification course provides educational and professional training to those who wish to enhance their skills. Through this training, participants learn to provide massage therapy for children with special healthcare needs (children who are hospitalized or have been diagnosed with a terminal illness and are in hospice care).

Massage techniques for working with children with varied physical, developmental, and mental challenges will be demonstrated and practiced during hands-on in-class sessions. The benefits and importance of individualized adaptations, including cultural considerations, for using massage therapy will be explained.

At the completion of this training, participants may be asked to provide pediatric massage therapy within a medical institution or other healthcare setting. In these situations, especially due to the vulnerability of children, we review the great importance of professional boundaries, safety guidelines, and considerations for working in medical settings including infection control and patient privacy.

This course includes the Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist Guide, comprehensive up-to-date course materials, CPMT™ Certificate (after attending the full 2-day course, verified in class practicum hours, and an in-class exam), and after-course mentoring from our Master Teacher.

Course Content Overview:

  • Pediatric massage techniques and methodology
  • Massage Stroke Adaptations for children with special healthcare needs
  • Age-appropriate approach and communication
  • Overview of growth and development
  • Current relevant massage research and how best to stay in touch with current research developments
  • Benefits of pediatric massage
  • Considerations for providing massage therapy for children of all backgrounds, including cultural considerations
  • Medical, healthcare, and parental consent considerations
  • CPMT™ Guide (provided in class)
  • Supervised practical experience: in-class hands-on practice.
  • Exam—the exam is administered and graded in class to ensure full understanding of the material presented and to give participants any additional guidance prior to completing the CPMT™ course

Learning Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Describe pediatric massage and nurturing touch techniques.
  2. Describe the benefits of pediatric massage for children affected by various healthcare conditions and relevant research facts.
  3. Describe applications for, and where to use, pediatric massage.
  4. Demonstrate routines and adaptations for the use of pediatric massage therapy.
  5. Perform appropriate hand washing and understanding of infection control in relation to the application of pediatric massage therapy.

Required Texts or other supplemental materials:

Will be provided by the presenter

Please bring massage linens for hands-on practice in class

Grading:

Pass/Fail

TOPICAL Outline:

Topic Time Spent on Topic
Day 1 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Introductions 15 minutes
Overview of Course 15 minutes
Define Touch 15 minutes
Types of touch 30 minutes
Pediatric Touch Research 30 minutes
Pediatric Massage Benefits 30 minutes
Pediatric Client/Skin 30 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Growth/Development 60 minutes
Lunch 60 minutes
Hospitalized Child 45 minutes
Age-Appropriate Language/Approach for Children 30 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Professional Boundaries 30 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Child Massage/Touch Alternatives 30 minutes
Question and Answer Session 20 minutes
Course Summation 10 minutes
Day 2 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Review of Material Covered 15 minutes
Overview of Course 10 minutes
Tactile Stimulation 30 minutes
Sensory Deprivation 30 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Pediatric Massage Guidelines 30 minutes
Contraindications for Pediatric Massage 30 minutes
Lunch 60 minutes
Psychosocial Considerations 30 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Demonstration of Pediatric Massage Strokes 50 minutes
Massage Group 1 60 minutes
Massage Group 2 60 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Question and Answer Session 20 minutes
Course Evaluation 15 minutes
Course Summation 10 minutes

Touch Therapy for Autism

Date: Call your campus for upcoming dates
Course Number/Program Code: CE 0014/CETTA132
Course Name: Touch Therapy for Autism
Contact Hours: 8.0
Days to Complete: 1.0
CEUs: .8
Location: Herzing University Brookfield, 555 S. Executive Drive, Brookfield
Prerequisite(s): None
Who Should Attend: Massage therapists and other healthcare professionals
Course Type: Lecture and Hands-On

Course Description:

This comprehensive Touch Therapy for Liddle Kidz with Autism (Massage for Children with Autism) course for massage therapists and healthcare professionals provides educational and professional training to those who wish to enhance their skills. Through this advanced training, participants learn to provide massage therapy, nurturing touch techniques, touch therapy, tactile introduction, sensory stimulation, and integration for children who have been diagnosed on the autism spectrum disorder.

Currently, we are in the midst of a global epidemic, where children are diagnosed at an ever-growing rate with one of many developmental disorders that includes autism, Asperger's Syndrome, attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), pervasive development disorder (PDD), and nonverbal learning disorder (NLD).

Autism, ADD, ADHD, PDD, NLD, and Asperger's Syndrome were once either unknown or very rare. In 1980, autism diagnoses alone were 1 in 5,000—the most current data from the CDC says that it's 1 in 88 children. Boys appear to be affected four times as much as girls, and the rate could be as high as 1 in 70. There are many theories; however no one can say exactly what causes autism and its related disorders, including Asperger's Syndrome, an autism-like condition usually without language delay, and various Pervasive Development Disorders (PDDs). Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) interfere with normal development of the brain in the areas that influence reasoning, social interaction, motor skills, communication skills, and attention. Children with autism spectrum disorders are typically deficient in verbal and nonverbal communication, social interaction, and play activities.

Developmental disorders occur across a spectrum, affecting individuals differently—some children lose the ability to speak, some might have motor impairment, and many lack social and emotional awareness. Behaviors range from hyperactivity to serious self-injury. Families and healthcare professionals often report that children may show lack of eye contact as well as have an aversion to touch and tactile stimulation. These disorders make it difficult for children with ASD to communicate with others, leading to frustrated social isolation. If left untreated, children do not develop the skills they need to become a fully functioning part of society. For children with Autism, research has been published indicating that massage may provide relaxation, stress reduction, and calm muscle spasms. Research has also demonstrated that this type of intervention may promote more on-task and social relatedness behavior during play. Children with ASD show less erratic behavior and are more attentive after receiving massage therapy. This safe, nurturing touch, along with regular sensory integration, is beneficial in reducing inattentiveness, touch aversion, and withdrawal. Over time, touch therapy also helps the child to become more accustomed to tactile stimulation and aids in body awareness. Often by incorporating massage therapy into daily routines, children with Autism experience decreased issues with sleeping.

During the Liddle Kidz™ Foundation Touch Therapy for Liddle Kidz with Autism course, participants will learn about autism and autism spectrum disorders (ASD), commonly observed symptoms associated with ASD, different therapies currently being employed with children who have a diagnosis on the spectrum, massage techniques, nurturing touch techniques, tactile introduction, sensory stimulation and integration, oral stimulation, oral-sensory activities and methodology, benefits for both children and caregivers, current research, and the importance of communication and attachment in building healthy emotional relationships. Participants will learn how to communicate with parents and healthcare providers and how best to reach children who need these services most. Specific unique verbal and nonverbal communication will be reviewed and discussed, including the use of picture exchange communication systems (PECS), when providing massage therapy. Massage and touch therapy techniques for working with children with varied developmental challenges will be demonstrated and practiced during hands-on in-class sessions. The benefits and importance of individualized adaptations for using massage therapy will be explained.

Learning Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Describe pediatric massage and nurturing touch techniques.
  2. Describe the benefits of pediatric massage for children affected by autism, ADD, and ADHD, and relevant research facts.
  3. Describe applications for, and where to use, pediatric massage.
  4. Demonstrate a simple routine of pediatric massage techniques.
  5. Perform demonstration for parents on how to use infant massage.

Required Texts or other supplemental materials:

Will be provided by the presenter

Grading:

Pass/Fail

TOPICAL Outline:

Topic Time Spent on Topic
Introductions 15 minutes
Overview of Course 15 minutes
Define Touch 15 minutes
Types of touch 30 minutes
Pediatric Touch and ASD Research 30 minutes
Pediatric Massage and ASD Benefits 30 minutes
Pediatric Massage and ASD Indications 30 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Growth/Development 60 minutes
Lunch 60 minutes
Working With Family and Children 45 minutes
Approach for Children 30 minutes
Hands-On Demo and Practice 10 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Hands-On Pediatric Massage 30 minutes
Break 10 minutes
Hands-On Massage/Alternatives 30 minutes
Question and Answer Session 20 minutes
Course Summation and Evaluation 10 minutes

Brookfield - Tuition & Financial aid

Financial Aid Steps

To begin the funding process, please complete the following steps:

Complete FAFSA

  1. Register for a PIN - Go to: www.pin.ed.gov This PIN will act as your electronic signature for your online financial aid documents.
      -  If you have never created a PIN select 'Apply for a PIN'
      -  If you already have a PIN but can't remember it select 'Request Duplicate PIN'
      -  Once your PIN is created or retrieved, select 'Display Now' from the drop down box in order to view your PIN immediately
  2. Complete the current year's FAFSA using your most recent federal tax information – You can fill this form out online and submit it with your PIN. Please remember to add Herzing University's school code to your FAFSA (School Code: 009621).

Additional Documentation

Once your file has been submitted to our Financial Aid Department your FAFSA may be "Selected for Verification" by the Federal Government. If you are selected, you will be asked to supply additional documents. In order to complete the process in a timely manner, we highly recommend having the following documents ready for submission:

  • Federal Tax Forms (1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ) – A copy of your most recent Federal tax forms (and your spouse's or parent's if applicable) directly from the IRS. Please call the IRS Tax Transcript Request Line at 1-800-829-1040 (fastest service) or go to http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Order-a-Transcript.
  • W2's – Your most recent W2's (and your spouse's or parent's if applicable).

Complete Entrance Counseling

  • Before any school can disburse your Federal Stafford Loan (subsidized or unsubsidized), regulations require that you complete an entrance counseling session. The counseling session provides information about how to manage your student loans, both during and after college.
  • Go to https://studentloans.gov/myDirectLoan/index.action
  • To Select Herzing University Brookfield Campus as your school, click on the 'Add a School' button in Step Three.
    If you type in 'Herzing', a number of locations will pull up. The Brookfield Campus OPE ID is 009621 and the associated city is Madison, WI. Please be sure to select the proper school, or it will not appear in our records that the Entrance Counseling has been completed.
  • Print or save the confirmation page for your records.

Complete the Master Promissory Note

  • The Master Promissory Note (MPN) is your agreement to pay back any student loans taken out on your behalf.
  • You will need your PIN number to complete the MPN.
  • Please go to: https://studentloans.gov/myDirectLoan/index.action and select 'Sign In'. Enter your personal information and select 'Sign In', verify that your information is correct and then provide your email address. Select 'Complete Master Promissory Note' then select 'Subsidized/Unsubsidized'. When asked for the school select Herzing University Madison Campus. Follow the directions as prompted and when you are done print or save the confirmation page for your records.

Enrollment Fee

  • This is a $50 fee ($125 fee for Nursing students) that can be paid online. You can also pay on campus using cash, money orders, or certified checks (no personal checks)

If you have any questions, please call the Brookfield campus at (262) 649-1710 and ask for Financial Aid.

Akron - Career Programs

Earn a Degree

Earn a bachelor’s or associate degree from more than 50 programs in technology, business, healthcare, design, and public safety.

Our hands-on coursework, individual attention, and experienced faculty provide the support and real-world skills you need to get ahead in today’s competitive job market.

Akron - Undergraduate Programs

C = Program offered at least partially on campus (core courses); O = Program offered fully online

Bachelor of Science Degrees

Accounting C/O
Business Management With No Concentration C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Business Administration C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Entrepreneurial Studies C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Human Resource Development C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in International Business C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Marketing C/O
Criminal Justice With No Minor or Concentration O
Criminal Justice With a Concentration in Homeland Security O
Criminal Justice With a Concentration in Supervision and Management O
Graphic Design With No Declared Concentration O
Graphic Design With a Concentration in Print Design O
Graphic Design With a Concentration in Web Design O
Health Information Management O
Healthcare Management C/O
Homeland Security and Public Safety With No Minor or Concentration O
Information Technology With No Concentration O
Information Technology With a Concentration in Network Management O
Information Technology With a Concentration in Security Technology O
Legal Studies O

Only the Herzing University paralegal programs at New Orleans and Atlanta are approved by the American Bar Association. The Herzing Legal Studies program offered online is not approved by the ABA.

Software Development With No Declared Minor or Concentration O
Software Development With a Concentration in Computer Programming O
Technology Management With No Declared Minor or Concentration C/O
Technology Management With a Minor in Information Technology C/O
Technology Management With a Minor in Software Development C/O

Associate of Applied Science Degrees

Accounting C/O
Business Management C/O
Criminal Justice O
Dental Assisting C
Graphic Design O
Health Information Management O
Healthcare Management C/O
Information Technology O
Insurance Billing and Coding Specialist C/O
Legal Studies O

Only the Herzing University paralegal programs at New Orleans and Atlanta are approved by the American Bar Association. The Herzing Legal Studies program offered online is not approved by the ABA.

Medical Assisting Services C/O
Medical Laboratory Technician C
Medical Office Administration C/O
Nursing C
Software Development O

Diploma and Certificate Programs

Bookkeeping and Payroll Accounting C/O
Dental Assisting C
Insurance Billing and Coding Specialist C/O
Medical Assisting Services C
Medical Office Administration C/O

Flexible Learning Options

Our innovative career programs provide flexible learning options and convenient scheduling to meet busy students wherever they are in life. Attend one of our 11 locations in eight U.S. states, earn your degree online, or take a blended approach. No matter what your educational goal, Herzing University can help you achieve it.

Kenosha - Career Programs

Earn a Degree

Earn a bachelor’s or associate degree from more than 50 programs in technology, business, healthcare, design, and public safety.

Our hands-on coursework, individual attention, and experienced faculty provide the support and real-world skills you need to get ahead in today’s competitive job market.

KENOSHA - Undergraduate Programs

C = Program offered at least partially on campus (core courses); O = Program offered fully online

Bachelor of Science Degrees

Accounting C/O
Business Management With No Concentration C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Business Administration C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Entrepreneurial Studies C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Human Resource Development C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in International Business C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Marketing C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Project Management C/O
Criminal Justice With No Minor or Concentration C/O
Criminal Justice With a Concentration in Homeland Security C/O
Criminal Justice With a Concentration in Supervision and Management C/O
Graphic Design With No Declared Concentration C/O
Graphic Design With a Concentration in Print Design C/O
Graphic Design With a Concentration in Web Design C/O
Health Information Management O
Healthcare Management C/O
Homeland Security and Public Safety With No Minor or Concentration C/O
Information Technology With No Concentration O
Information Technology With a Concentration in Network Management O
Information Technology With a Concentration in Security Technology O
Legal Studies O

Only the Herzing University paralegal programs at New Orleans and Atlanta are approved by the American Bar Association. The Herzing Legal Studies program offered online is not approved by the ABA.

 

Nursing C
Software Development With No Declared Minor or Concentration O
Software Development With a Concentration in Computer Programming O
Technology Management C/O

Associate and Associate of Applied Science Degrees

Accounting C/O
Business Management C/O
Business Studies C/O
Criminal Justice C/O
Design Studies C/O
Graphic Design C/O
Health Information Management O
Healthcare Management C/O
Information Technology O
Insurance Billing and Coding Specialist C/O
Legal Studies O

Only the Herzing University paralegal programs at New Orleans and Atlanta are approved by the American Bar Association. The Herzing Legal Studies program offered online is not approved by the ABA.

Medical Assisting Services C/O
Medical Office Administration C/O
Software Development O
Technology Studies O
Wind Energy Technology O

Diploma and Certificate Programs

Bookkeeping and Payroll Accounting C/O
Insurance Billing and Coding Specialist C/O
Medical Office Administration C/O
Wind Energy Technology O

KENOSHA - Graduate Programs

C = Program offered at least partially on campus (core courses); O = Program offered fully online

Master's Degrees

Master of Business Administration O
Master of Business Administration in Accounting O
Master of Business Administration in Business Management O
Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management O
Master of Business Administration in Human Resources O
Master of Business Administration in Project Management O
Master of Business Administration in Public Safety Leadership O
Master of Business Administration in Technology Management O
Master of Business Administration—Dual Concentration Option O

Advance Your Career

We offer 2 master’s programs, including eight MBA concentrations and an MSN program, with three concentrations You can even earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in just four years. 

Flexible Learning Options

Our innovative career programs provide flexible learning options and convenient scheduling to meet busy students wherever they are in life. Attend one of our 11 locations in eight U.S. states, earn your degree online, or take a blended approach. No matter what your educational goal, Herzing University can help you achieve it.

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