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Graduate and Online

Taylor offers several diverse options to continue your education beyond your undergraduate degree. Each program strives to apply theoretical and research findings in ways that improve communities, organizations, and ministries across the country and around the world. These programs include traditional semester-based programs in Upland as well as innovative online/residency programs offered in multiple locations.

Whether your next step is becoming an educator in your field or expanding your global perspective, we can connect you to the resources you need to achieve your goals.

Graduate Programs

Faculty and students in Taylor’s Graduate programs partner with local organizations to conduct research, provide consultative services, and offer technical assistance. Graduate students, like all members of the community, are expected to strive to meet the Biblical Expectations outlined in Taylor's Life Together Covenant.

Master of Arts in Higher Education

Commit to a level of well-rounded Christian education and academic excellence through a Master of Arts in Higher Education (MAHE), the only graduate program that takes place on Taylor’s campus. Become a leader and an educator in your field through a curriculum that connects you to higher thought and inspires growth professionally and personally. Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, our MAHE program strives to distinguish itself from other graduate programs by providing a whole-person education and enhancing community life through the development mindset instilled in our graduate students.

Learn more about Taylor’s MAHE Program.

Transition to Teaching

Become an Indiana licensed teacher through a series of self-paced, online courses. Transition to Teaching is a graduate-level licensure program with elementary (K-6) and secondary (5-12) tracks. Coursework is completed online and complimented by classroom observations, experiences and student teaching in your local community.

Learn more about how to Transition to Teaching.

Mild Intervention Licensure

Add Exceptional Children: Mild Intervention (P-12) to your Indiana teaching license. This online, graduate-level program is for individuals who hold an active teaching license in Indiana. The six required courses are self-paced and infused with in-person classroom observations and experiences designed to be completed in your local community.

Learn how to add Mild Intervention to your license.

Online Programs

Taylor offers online courses and programs for residential students, high school students and the general public.

Summer Blackboard

Residential Taylor students can take Summer Blackboard courses online during the summer term. Students register in TOWER during the spring registration period. No extra permissions or forms are required. The course list is updated every spring.

Precollege Courses

High school juniors and seniors can start earning college credit now with online precollege courses. Over 50 courses are available. The courses are self-paced, flexible, and transferrable. Students can enroll and begin a course any day of the year with four months to complete the coursework. Learn more about precollege courses.

Guest Courses

Individuals who are not enrolled in a Taylor academic program are welcome to take online courses as a guest student. Courses are self-paced, flexible, and transferrable. Visit the online course catalog and browse over 100 classes.

Associate Degrees

Taylor offers online associate degrees in the following areas: Biblical Studies, Human Services, and Professional Writing. The programs are flexible and marked with the academic excellence you expect from Taylor. Learn more about the program structure and curriculum.

Questions about Taylor University Online?

Contact us at online@taylor.edu or 1-800-845-3149. Thank you!