- Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences
- Master of Computer and Information Technology Online
- Master of Science in Nonprofit Leadership Hybrid Program
- Master of Health Care Innovation
- The Business of Health Care Specialization
- Computer Science Essentials for Software Development
- Creating an Effective Child Welfare System
- Foundations of Positive Psychology Specialization
The Penn Liberal and Professional Studies (LPS) Online Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) program provides a liberal arts education—built with career enhancement in mind. With a variety of courses and degree concentrations to choose from, you can tailor an educational experience that fits your personal and professional goals.
The online Master of Computer and Information Technology (MCIT) degree is a first-of-its-kind graduate-level degree program in Computer Science tailored for non-Computer Science majors.
With increased accessibility and flexibility, the iNPL program offers the experience of Penn’s Nonprofit Leadership program to students anywhere in the United States. Using a combination of intensive on-campus sessions and online learning tools and technology, the iNPL hybrid program allows students to earn the Penn Masters in Nonprofit Leadership in 11 months.
The University of Pennsylvania offers an online master's degree in Health Care Innovation for those aspiring to improve health care. Designed by the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, the Master of Health Care Innovation connects working health care professionals worldwide to lead change.
Through partnership with Wharton and Penn Medicine, you’ll learn from experts in business acumen, health care management, and health care policy to develop the skills you’ll need to successfully navigate the quickly evolving landscape of this fast-growing field.
In this professional certificate program, you will learn essential computer science concepts for software development ranging from the fundamentals of object-oriented programming to using efficient algorithms to design high-quality software.
Examine the complex world of child welfare policy through the voices of those who create it and interact with it on a daily basis. Join in the conversation about how to continually improve a system that is so critical for the nation and its children.
The University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Martin E.P. Seligman welcome you to Foundations of Positive Psychology. Our five-course specialization provides you with the key theories and research in the field of positive psychology as well as opportunities for application.
Resources and Strategies for Teaching Remotely
Currently, classes at the University of Pennsylvania are in session and are expected to meet as scheduled. As part of Penn’s COVID-19 planning, however, all faculty, instructors, and TAs should prepare for the possibility of teaching remotely using online tools at some point this semester. Information to help you with this transition is available from the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Online Learning Initiative.