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The innovative online programs at Anna Maria College give you the knowledge and skills to learn, grow and succeed. LEARN MORE
The online B.S. in Criminal Justice is designed to deliver the essential theoretical and practical knowledge you need to succeed in a range of criminal justice contexts, including law enforcement, corrections, government agencies and more. Learn More
The online bachelor's degree in Health Administration provides the theoretical business knowledge and practical expertise required for management careers at the intersection of business and healthcare. Learn More
Anna Maria's B.A. in Psychology online prepares you to improve the well-being of children and adults in your community using research-based approaches and provides the industry-driven knowledge and skills to start your career or enter a graduate program. Learn More
Anna Maria's online M.S. in Criminal Justice will help you make an impact as a law enforcement expert and a driver of positive change, preparing you for career advancement opportunities and to become a leader in your field. Learn More
The online bachelor's degree in Fire Science provides a strong foundation in the technical aspects of dealing with fire and hazardous materials, and emphasizes professional and managerial skills, ethics and service. Learn More
An essential credential for elected and appointed officials at all levels of government, the Master of Public Administration will prepare you to lead, manage and create societal changes within the public sector. Career-aligned specializations available. Learn More
Experience exceptional online learning at Anna Maria College. View the video for a glimpse of our culture, community and commitment to students. Earn cutting-edge skills and graduate ready to advance in your career, whether you study on Anna Maria College's campus in Paxton, Massachusetts, or take classes from your home.
Since graduating with my degree online from Anna Maria College, I have received two promotions both at my full-time and part-time teaching job. I have no doubt that the addition of my degree to my resume played a large part in that.