The Louisville, Kentucky campus of American National University, accredited by ABHES, is rolling out four new degree programs offered in both a full distance and blended format. The Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Cybersecurity, Master of Science in Information Technology, and Bachelor of Science in Medical & Health Services Management degrees allow international students flexibility to attend their on-campus residencies in Louisville, in addition to Salem, Virginia.
With most programs available in an online format, a significant number are also available in a blended or hybrid format to meet SEVP requirements for international students and others who prefer residency instruction. The new options for international students will be in effect once residencies resume some time in 2021.
All ANU degree programs allow international students the opportunity to participate in optional practical training (OPT) up to one year upon their graduation, but the cybersecurity and information technology degrees allow students to apply for the 24 month STEM OPT extension – all at no additional cost.
American National University, founded in 1886, provides a wide variety of academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the fields of health science, business, legal studies, and information technology. Through its Global eUniversity, ANU reaches students around the world, allowing them to attend live, interactive classes from anywhere. Learn more at www.an.edu.