Mizzou is making it easier for students to earn degrees without leaving home.
Officials at the Columbia campus announced a $2.5-million expansion of online degree programs Friday. The new initiatives include a bachelor’s degree in educational studies and online master’s in public health and public affairs.
MU is also modifying its online admissions requirements. The school will no longer require degree-seeking students to get 60 hours of transfer credits or an associate’s degree before signing up for class.