As a working professional, we know your time is limited. Our affordable distance learning programs are designed with you in mind. Our coursework provides the knowledge and practical skills you need to advance in your field. The flexible course structure allows you to study on a schedule that fits your life. Through web-based technology, you can conduct your coursework at anytime from anywhere. However, you are not alone—faculty members and other trained support services are available at the click of a button. Let us help you finish what you started.
Realize your potential.
Criminal Justice, BAAS
Continue your education and prepare to advance in the criminal, investigative or juvenile justice systems. Our coursework, combined with your training, will enable you to succeed at the local, state or federal level. Many of our graduates hold leadership positions in law enforcement and governmental agencies.
Elementary Education, BS
Develop your teaching skills and learn more about best practices in elementary education as you work to complete your degree. Our program will prepare you to be a teacher and mentor, and when you graduate, you’ll be licensed to teach in the North Carolina public school system as well as equipped to work in private schools, as an administrator and even teach abroad.
Human Services, BAAS
Support individuals and communities by furthering your education in the Human Services field. Our coursework will prepare you to become a board-certified Human Services Practitioner and work in diverse settings such as group homes, correctional facilities, community mental health centers, family service agencies and rehabilitation programs, among many others.
RN to BSN, BSN
Designed for registered nurses, our program will build on your current knowledge and skills while opening doors to opportunities in management and leadership positions in the medical field. When you graduate with your BSN, you’ll be prepared to succeed on your board certifications, in graduate school and as a nursing professional.
Lees-McRae College cannot guarantee the degree program will meet requirements for professional licensure in the student’s home state. Prospective students seeking licensure must research their state licensure requirements to determine (1) if they are required to complete a state-approved licensure program, and (2) if there are any other requirements that apply, especially requirements pertaining to programs provided by out-of-state institutions.