Hampton University Launches Seven Online Degree Programs in Business and Theology

Hampton University, a historically Black university in Virginia, has added a suite of new degree programs to its online educational platform, HamptonU Online.

A newly launched one-year master of business administration program is now available for enrollment via HamptonU Online. The degree program offers a streamlined, flexible, exclusively-online curriculum, aimed at providing working professionals with opportunities to advance their career while maintaining full-time employment.

In addition to the new MBA program, Hampton University has added numerous degree programs from its School of Religion to its online offerings. The degree programs include an associate’s degree in theology, a bachelor’s degree in religious studies, a master’s degree in theological studies, a master’s degree in worship studies, a Ph.D. in public theology and community engagement, and a doctor of ministry degree in pastoral leadership and congregational development

“We are excited to expand our curriculum and the introduction of these programs marks a significant milestone for Hampton University,” said Hampton University President Darrell K. Williams. “These additions are more than new degrees, they are new avenues for our students to explore, achieve, and contribute meaningfully to our global community.”

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