Invest in Your Future

Enrolling in a master’s, bachelor’s, or certificate program at AHU Online is an investment in your future self and career.  We are invested in your goals and provide a range of resources to help you meet them.

The Financial Benefits of Earning a Degree from AHU Online

Obtaining a college degree can pay off in life-changing ways. Many students pursue advanced degrees or certificates to boost their salaries. For AHU’s students, the higher earning potential after completing their programs makes the cost well worth it.


of graduates of AHU’s online RN-BSN program earn more than $75,000.


of graduates of AHU’s online Bachelor of Science in Imaging Sciences earn more than $75,000.


of AHU graduates pay off student loans within 10 years

Healthcare management and executive positions can earn a median salary of $156,675.

Nursing Directors (who have an MSN) earn a median salary of $150,430.

Radiology Directors earn a median salary of $138,058.

AHU Online Programs Offer Value

At AHU Online, you get more than just a college degree – you get a support system for your life and career.  Our student-centered model of education provides academic, professional, financial, emotional, and spiritual resources, all designed for your success.

AHU Online offers the same rate to all students, no matter where they live. In contrast, many public universities offer one tuition rate for students who live in-state and another, much higher rate, for out-of-state students. Since our courses are 100% online and don’t require any residency or trips to campus, they offer even more value. You don’t have to worry about the cost of traveling to and from campus or the cost of accommodations or room and board.

Our online programs also offer flexibility that you won’t find with traditional, campus-based degree programs. On a daily basis, you make the coursework fit your own schedule of career and family obligations. If you need to pause or sit out for one or two trimesters, you may do so without having to re-apply. Our programs don’t have a minimum number of credit hours required each term, so you can work on your degree as your schedule and budget allows.

Contact an Admissions Coordinator today for more information