Michigan is home to nine fully-online primary schools, including the large Michigan Virtual School, where almost 22,000 students enrolled during the 2013-14 term. Over 400 school districts participated in GenNET Online Learning, with 18,000 students taking courses through multiple vendors during the 2013-14 year. Primary school districts in Michigan reported 185,000 virtual learning enrollments during the 2012-13 year. Additional Michigan students took courses through blended programs, district programs and dual high school and college credit courses. For faster graduation, the Michigan Department of Education offers an Early/Middle College Program, which enables high school students to earn college credits for advanced courses.
|SCHOOL NAME||GRADE LEVELS||CITY||SCHEDULE||TYPE||PHONE NUMBER|
|Michigan Connections Academy||K - 12||Okemos||Both Live/On-Demand||Public||(517) 507-5390|
|Michigan Virtual Charter Academy||K - 12||Grand Rapids||Both Live/On-Demand||Public||(877) 794-9422|
|Michigan Virtual School||6 - 12||Lansing||Both Live/On-Demand||Public||(888) 532-5806|
|Minnesota Online High School||9 - 12||Minneapolis||Both Live/On-Demand||Public||(800) 764-8166|
|Westwood Cyber High School||9 - 12||N/A||Both Live/On-Demand||Public||(313) 565-0288|
|Clonlara School||K - 12||Ann Arbor||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Private||(734) 769-4511|
|Virtual Learning Academy of St. Clair County||9 - 12||Marysville||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Public||(810) 364-8990|
Numerous colleges and universities in Michigan offer online courses. Students can earn fully-online degrees through the Central Michigan University’s Global Campus, Northwestern Michigan College, University of Michigan – Flint and Michigan State University. The state is home to the Michigan Community College Virtual Learning Collaborative, which allows students to take courses at any community college in the state and transfer credit to other Michigan colleges.
|SCHOOL NAME||ADDRESS||CITY||SEE PROGRAMS|
|Grand Rapids Community College||143 Bostwick Ave NE||Grand Rapids||+|
|Kirtland Community College||10775 N Saint Helen Road||Roscommon||+|
|Macomb Community College||14500 E Twelve Mile Rd||Warren||+|
|Lansing Community College||419 N Capitol Ave||Lansing||+|
|Mid Michigan Community College||1375 S Clare Ave||Harrison||+|
|Kellogg Community College||450 North Ave||Battle Creek||+|
|St Clair County Community College||323 Erie Street||Port Huron||+|
Central Michigan University
Central Michigan University, through its Global Campus division, offers an array of distance learning degree and certificate programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. In fact, it is one of the most highly recognized online schools in Michigan. In 2014, U.S. News & World Report ranked CMU No. 1 for Best Bachelor’s Degree Programs for Veterans, as well as Best Online Master’s Degree in Education Programs for Veterans.
Online students can choose from 10 bachelor’s and 22 master’s degrees in disciplines such as education, administration, psychology, political science and community development. Most degrees can be completed fully online. An online Doctor of Health Administration degree is also available in a cohort format and can be started in either August or January. Central Michigan University’s selection of undergraduate and graduate certificates includes emerging fields such as social media, cybersecurity and health systems leadership.
Most CMU distance education classes are offered in an asynchronous format, meaning they can be accessed at the student’s convenience. Instructors may also schedule synchronous courses, which include some scheduled online class sessions throughout the course term. Online courses are administered through the Blackboard instructional delivery tool, with a proctor required for one or more exams. Depending on the course, proctored testing may be available either online or in-person.
Students can access more information about online degrees and programs at CMU’s Global Campus at http://global.cmich.edu/CMUOnline/.
Northwestern Michigan College
Northwestern Michigan College is a publicly-funded community college with an extensive distance learning program. Currently, the college offers more than 90 individual courses in either fully-online, hybrid or telecourse format. Four online associate degree programs are also available in nursing, business administration, criminal justice and general studies. Additionally, NMC provides access to online courses for students seeking to fulfill continuing education or professional development requirements or who simply wish to pursue a class for personal enrichment.
NMC distance education courses are accessed through the Moodle 2 system, which is a free software eLearning platform. As with other online schools in Michigan, some fully-online courses may require proctored testing, while math and science labs for some hybrid programs may require on-campus meetings. Students may be able to fulfill in-person class requirements by taking an equivalent course from a peer college through the Michigan Community College Virtual Learning Collaborative.
More information regarding Northwestern Michigan College’s distance learning options can be found at https://www.nmc.edu/programs/online-programs/index.html.
University of Michigan – Flint
UM-Flint has garnered a strong reputation among the many online schools in Michigan for its 100 percent online bachelor’s programs. In 1990, the college began developing hundreds of online courses led by traditional faculty. Today, UM-Flint offers both online undergraduate and graduate degrees. While most options are offered at the graduate level, the school does provide fully-online programs in Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS), Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN). Four-year online programs are comprised of 124 credit hours, with 33 hours in upper division courses. Students may transfer up to 62 credits of previous undergraduate work.
Online learners at UM-Flint can take advantage of the college’s extended help desk hours and tech support, as well as financial aid, library access and advisory services through the Student Success Center (SSC).
U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges 2015” has ranked UM-Flint for Best in Midwest, Top Public Schools (Midwest) and Best Colleges for Veterans. The Online Graduate Accelerated Nursing (MSN) Program was ranked third in the country by U.S. News and boasts a 95-100 percent passing rate on the Nurse Practitioner Certification Exam among students for the past three years.
For more information on UM-Flint’s online undergraduate programs, visit http://www.umflint.edu/oel/online-programs-courses.
Michigan State University
At Michigan State University (MSU), students can choose from more than 100 online and hybrid undergraduate and graduate courses. As with most online schools in Michigan, face-to-face contact or scheduled classroom time may be required for certain course components such as exams and labs, though such requirements are noted in MSU’s schedule of courses.
MSU also offers an online RN-to-BSN degree, as well as hybrid doctoral degrees in physics, nursing practice, educational psychology and educational technology. Other online and hybrid offerings include a broad range of graduate certificate and master’s degree programs. MSU’s Broad College of Business recently launched a master’s of science degree in management, strategy and leadership, available exclusively online and designed to develop more effective communicators, managers, leaders and decision makers. The program’s 15 courses, each of which are five weeks in duration, can be completed in as little as 20 months depending on the student’s schedule.
For a complete list of online programs, visit Michigan State University’s Office of the Registrar: https://www.reg.msu.edu/UCC/OnlinePrograms.asp
Michigan Community College Virtual Learning Collaborative
Through the Michigan Community College Virtual Learning Collaborative (MCCVLC), students can take online classes at any of Michigan’s community college schools and transfer all credits back to their home college. While MCCVLC is not an actual online school in Michigan and does not offer or award degrees, it does provide a single site for students to initiate the enrollment process and a consolidated listing of online courses from all member colleges.
A variety of online courses, certificates and associate degree programs are available through MCCVLC. Kirtland Community College’s new online associate degree in health information technology, for example, is designed to prepare students to sit for the national certification exam offered by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management. And Grand Rapids Community College’s new online associate degree in information security prepares individuals to safeguard organizations from digital theft and other invasions into intellectual property.
Learn more about MCCVLC at https://vcampus.mccvlc.org/.
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
The University of Michigan – Ann Arbor is one of the most respected online schools in Michigan. The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching at the University of Michigan (UM) in Ann Arbor supports a variety of distance learning options, including online courses, certificates and professional degrees. The College of Engineering, for instance, awards online master’s degrees in automotive engineering, energy systems engineering, global automotive and manufacturing engineering, and manufacturing. It also offers online professional certificate programs in emerging automotive technologies, systems engineering and a variety of Six Sigma specialties.
In addition, UM’s School of Nursing offers a four-course online clinical research management certificate program that prepares students to meet the requirements for Society of Clinical Research Associates (SOCRA) certification. UM’s School of Dentistry offers an online degree completion program for licensed dental hygienists with associate degrees. Online students complete 36 credit hours over two years to earn a bachelor’s degree in dental hygiene.
For a complete list of distance learning programs in colleges at the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, visit http://www.crlt.umich.edu/inst/distlearnprograms.
|Score||Student/teacher ratio||Financial aid||Cost||more|
|1||Kirtland Community College||98.81||18:1||91%|
Five associate degrees and two certificates are available through online study at Michigan's Kirtland Community College, with topics of study including business administration, accounting, and health information technology. Credits transfer easily to almost any four-year institution in Michigan. The school offers small class sizes, with an average of 17 participants, and many students are international or from other states. Distance students at the college have access to many of the same resources as on campus students, including the student success center, academic and career counseling, disability services, and transfer assistance.
|2||Lansing Community College||96.93||14:1||83%|
The eLearning department provides an impressive list of resources and tools to online students, including a blog, a wiki, a course readiness quiz and LCC Mobile, which is an app that lets students access learning tools on their smartphones. All programs are built on the Desire2Learn (D2L) platform, which provides students with assistance when needed, and gives them the opportunity to submit feedback to improve the system. All distance learners will be trained on how to use the system and access help. Students can complete both MACRAO and Michigan Transfer Agreement requirements online.
|3||St Clair County Community College||94.43||19:1||78%|
In order to participate in online courses, prospective students must register for and complete WEB 099, which is a preparatory course that readies distance learners to succeed in the journey of online education. Most students will complete the open-entry class in between three and five hours. Students should plan to dedicate between three and four hours per week to every credit contained within each course. Students should have a reliable Internet connection and access to Microsoft Word from Windows 2000 or later. Students are given the flexibility to complete their coursework on a schedule that suits their needs and lifestyles.
|4||Macomb Community College||93.52||27:1||66%|
With a range of different programs available completely online, distance learners are able to pursue several different associate degrees without ever visiting campus. Students will use either the Canvas or ANGEL learning management system as the platform for submitting assignments, interacting with peers and professors, and downloading lectures. Although students have total flexibility to "attend" classes whenever they choose, many instructors give assignments with specific due dates. Many courses follow an accelerated format, which condenses 16 full weeks of coursework into eight weeks. All courses require the same level of work, dedication and time committed per week as their on-campus counterparts.
|5||Mid Michigan Community College||92.77||26:1||89%|
Students may choose between more than a dozen online associate degrees. Distance learners can go online to see exactly how much online coursework each degree program requires. All programs consist of at least 60 percent online coursework, with several degrees requiring 100 percent distance learning. All online courses are as challenging and rigorous as comparable on-campus courses. Students can receive assistance from the helpdesk in person, on the phone or via email. Students will use the Moodle platform as their online learning system. It is recommended that distance learners first take advantage of the Moodle orientation prior to the start of classes.
|Score||Student/teacher ratio||Financial aid||Cost||more|
|1||Lawrence Technological University||98.4||11:1||86%|
Online programs at Lawrence Technological University focus primarily on business, technology, and management. At the bachelor's level, programs are for degree completion only, so students must have completed prior schooling or an associate's degree in order to enroll. Curriculum is career-driven, providing learners with a practical education that prepares them for the professional world. The school frequently reviews and revises curriculum as needed to keep up with technology and changes in the fields of study. Courses are hosted with the Blackboard Learn course management system, with interactive lectures and in-depth materials to help students learn the necessary information for their field.
|2||Siena Heights University||98.06||12:1||100%|
Students in Siena Heights University can graduate with both a major and a minor field of study earned fully online. With majors including professional communication and business administration, and minors such as marketing and health care management, students can tailor their learning to fit their career goals. Online courses at the university are designed for the needs of adult students. They are held in eight-week blocks, with blended online/in-person classes available as well. Instructors include full-time faculty and adjunct teachers. Students are encouraged to speak with their individual advisors to develop a degree plan that will meet their needs and fit their schedule.
|3||University of Michigan – Ann Arbor||98.04||12:1||63%|
The School of Dentistry, the Medical School, the School of Engineering, the School of Nursing and the School of Public Health all offer distance-learning options. The dental hygiene baccalaureate program is a degree-completion program designed for students who have already earned an associate degree from a qualifying two-year institution. Roughly 12-15 students are accepted into the program every year. Those who are accepted will enter one of several student cohorts. "Mini-mesters" are seven weeks long, and students will complete 11 courses for 36 credits over the course of roughly two years.
|4||Grace Bible College||97.4||11:1||100%|
Whether they choose to pursue an associate degree or a bachelor's degree, online students will follow an accelerated format that minimizes time until graduation. The program groups together students - who come from a diverse range of ministry backgrounds - into cohort groups of between 10 and 16 learners. The cohorts "meet" regularly online, giving students an unrivaled level of peer support and interaction. The programs, which are all fully accredited, offer special incentives and credit transfer initiatives for students who serve in the military. A prior learning assessment is available for all students to determine how many credits may be transferable.
|5||Ferris State University||96.75||16:1||96%|
Bachelor's degree completion programs, as well as full graduate degree programs, can be earned completely online. Students who prefer the hybrid format have the option of blending online and traditional courses of study. The university offers a wide menu of resources to acclimate them to the Blackboard system, which is the platform students will use to complete their coursework, receive assignments and communicate with instructors and other students. Prospective applicants are encouraged to take advantage of the online readiness orientation and tutorial. A simple transfer equivalencies tool can help applicants understand whether or not they will receive credit for prior learning.
|6||Wayne State University||96.4||15:1||89%|
Although the Blackboard platform supports the distance-learning program, each instructor will determine how coursework is delivered and administered. Some professors may require students to sit for proctored examinations at a local facility. Although it is up to the individual professor, most courses do not require students to be online at a specific time. Instead, students are generally allowed to self pace. Both master's degrees and bachelor's degrees are available completely online, and several doctoral degrees and certificates can be completed in a hybrid format. Online classes are just as challenging as those taken by traditional, on-campus students.
The cohort format puts online students in groups of between 12 and 15 learners. Inter-cohort communication not only helps students get to know each other, but it gives them a high level of feedback and review from their peers, who encourage growth in each other's Christian worldview and educational development. Not only do students have access to technical help all day, every day, but they have access to 24/7 tutoring, as well. The Learning Management System, which students and instructors use to manage coursework, is intuitive and doesn't require strong computer knowledge.
Students will receive and complete assignments, communicate with instructors and participate in classes through Moodle, which is the college's course management system. Students who are unfamiliar with computers and don't feel comfortable learning online may enroll in a software applications course to prepare. Enrollment in online courses takes place six times a year, twice each in the fall, spring and summer. All students are eligible for enrollment in the WEB 1000 online student orientation. All courses and degree programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.
|9||Michigan Jewish Institute||95.43||19:1||99%|
With lectures, multimedia presentations, lesson plans and even social media, the distance-learning experience is a multi-faceted program that enables students to work on their own schedule without sacrificing quality of education. The format is designed to maximize communication and interaction between students and instructors. Applicants are encouraged to take the learning course demonstration, which walks potential students through a sample course and familiarizes them with the actual system they will use as students. There are a range of degrees and certificates available in Judaic studies, Jewish education or Jewish nonprofit management.
|10||Central Michigan University – Global Campus||95.17||21:1||92%|
Some of the online programs - which include doctoral, bachelor's and master's degrees - are offered as cohort programs. Students must be accepted to into a cohort program, but once accepted, students are paired into groups and move from course to course together. Cohort programs, which have rigid start dates and application deadlines, inspire continuity throughout the entire program. Students receive an online orientation, a pre-class checklist and a preview of an actual online course. The Online Learning Resource Center provides students with tools and help for the Blackboard system, best practices and more.
Students may pursue 150 different career paths - including degrees in 10 different areas of interest at the bachelor's level - completely online. To keep students up to speed and to help them from falling behind, classes have specific start dates, and all coursework is assigned with due dates and deadlines. Although students are never required to set foot on a campus, they have the option of combining online and physical coursework if they choose. Online classes have a good student:teacher ratio, with no more than 12-15 participants per class at any given time.
|12||Northwood University – Michigan||91.72||11:1||100%|
Students who pursue the Bachelor of Business Administration degree have an option of 10 unique concentrations. No matter which specialization they choose, students may supplement their course of study with a minor in operations and supply chain management. Students will receive a course confirmation after registration, which is open in the spring, summer and fall. The flexible program leaves it up to the student to complete the program completely online, or to supplement distance learning with some traditional, on-campus instruction. Not only do online students receive individualized attention, but they enjoy full alumni benefits when they graduate.
4 Year Online Colleges in Michigan
|SCHOOL NAME||TYPE||ADDRESS||CITY||SEE PROGRAMS|
|University of Michigan-Ann Arbor||Public||503 Thompson Street||Ann Arbor||+|
|Grace Bible College||Private not-for-profit||1011 Aldon SW||Wyoming||+|
|Baker College of Allen Park||Private not-for-profit||4500 Enterprise Dr||Allen Park||+|
|Olivet College||Private not-for-profit||320 South Main Street||Olivet||+|
|Madonna University||Private not-for-profit||36600 Schoolcraft Rd||Livonia||+|
|Wayne State University||Public||656 West Kirby Street||Detroit||+|
|Central Michigan University||Public||106 Warriner Hall||Mount Pleasant||+|
|Baker College Center for Graduate Studies||Private not-for-profit||1116 W Bristol Rd||Flint||+|
|Calvin Theological Seminary||Private not-for-profit||3233 Burton St SE||Grand Rapids||+|
Best for Future Service Members
Michigan may be famous for its Great Lakes, but it also boasts exceptional universities and online schools, which are further enriched by the opportunities they offer to those serving the country. ROTC has a strong presence in Michigan, and can be found at many schools for undergraduate and graduate students. Army, Navy and Air Force are all options for the Michigan student. Listed below are all of the four-year, nonprofit universities that offer at least two ROTC programs. We’ve highlighted some of the more affordable schools. All of these Michigan schools have shown dedication to economical education for service-oriented students.
|Tuition||City||ROTC - Army||ROTC - Navy||ROTC - Air Force|
|Eastern Michigan University||$7,701||Ypsilanti||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|University of Michigan-Dearborn||$9,876||Dearborn||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|University of Michigan-Ann Arbor||$13,625||Ann Arbor||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Michigan Technological University||$13,095||Houghton||Yes||No||Yes|
|Michigan State University||$13,211||East Lansing||Yes||No||Yes|
Best for Personal Attention
Michigan offers students a vast array of high-caliber universities and colleges. For many students, a high-quality educational environment is one that provides a workable ratio between faculty and students in the classroom. Each of the nonprofit, four-year colleges listed have average courses containing 19 students or less per professor.
|Saginaw Valley State University||20 to 1||10,884||$7,682||Public||University Center|
|Davenport University||20 to 1||12,885||$12,672||Private not-for-profit||Grand Rapids|
|Western Michigan University||20 to 1||21,897||$9,138||Public||Kalamazoo|
|Baker College Center for Graduate Studies||18 to 1||9,077||$10,320||Private not-for-profit||Flint|
|Eastern Michigan University||18 to 1||21,961||$7,701||Public||Ypsilanti|
|Lake Superior State University||17 to 1||3,050||$9,540||Public||Sault Ste Marie|
|University of Michigan-Flint||17 to 1||8,198||$8,676||Public||Flint|
|Grand Valley State University||17 to 1||23,556||$10,078||Public||Allendale|
|Olivet College||16 to 1||1,239||$21,150||Private not-for-profit||Olivet|
|Cornerstone University||16 to 1||2,680||$22,690||Private not-for-profit||Grand Rapids|
|Baker College of Cadillac||16 to 1||2,832||$7,740||Private not-for-profit||Cadillac|
|Siena Heights University||16 to 1||2,884||$20,532||Private not-for-profit||Adrian|
|Northwood University-Michigan||16 to 1||3,765||$20,040||Private not-for-profit||Midland|
|University of Michigan-Dearborn||16 to 1||8,524||$9,876||Public||Dearborn|
|Ferris State University||16 to 1||15,753||$10,192||Public||Big Rapids|
|Wayne State University||16 to 1||24,300||$9,747||Public||Detroit|
|Michigan State University||16 to 1||40,015||$13,211||Public||East Lansing|
|Kuyper College||14 to 1||421||$17,400||Private not-for-profit||Grand Rapids|
|Rochester College||14 to 1||1,261||$17,976||Private not-for-profit||Rochester Hills|
|Kalamazoo College||14 to 1||1,421||$37,392||Private not-for-profit||Kalamazoo|
|Adrian College||14 to 1||1,738||$28,606||Private not-for-profit||Adrian|
|Spring Arbor University||14 to 1||3,769||$21,998||Private not-for-profit||Spring Arbor|
|Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Detroit||13 to 1||70||$5,700||Private not-for-profit||Oak Park|
|Grace Bible College||13 to 1||455||$10,460||Private not-for-profit||Wyoming|
|Alma College||13 to 1||1,437||$30,700||Private not-for-profit||Alma|
|Albion College||13 to 1||1,558||$33,600||Private not-for-profit||Albion|
|Kettering University||13 to 1||2,013||$33,946||Private not-for-profit||Flint|
|Aquinas College||13 to 1||2,052||$25,070||Private not-for-profit||Grand Rapids|
|Michigan Technological University||13 to 1||6,023||$13,095||Public||Houghton|
|Cleary University||12 to 1||816||$18,480||Private not-for-profit||Ann Arbor|
|Hope College||12 to 1||3,512||$27,650||Private not-for-profit||Holland|
|University of Detroit Mercy||12 to 1||3,598||$34,530||Private not-for-profit||Detroit|
|University of Michigan-Ann Arbor||12 to 1||28,243||$13,625||Public||Ann Arbor|
|Great Lakes Christian College||11 to 1||252||$12,480||Private not-for-profit||Lansing|
|The Robert B Miller College||11 to 1||567||$10,590||Private not-for-profit||Battle Creek|
|Finlandia University||11 to 1||671||$19,980||Private not-for-profit||Hancock|
|College for Creative Studies||11 to 1||1,402||$33,000||Private not-for-profit||Detroit|
|Andrews University||11 to 1||2,316||$23,700||Private not-for-profit||Berrien Springs|
|Lawrence Technological University||11 to 1||3,328||$27,300||Private not-for-profit||Southfield|
|Madonna University||11 to 1||3,870||$15,180||Private not-for-profit||Livonia|
|Calvin College||11 to 1||4,095||$26,480||Private not-for-profit||Grand Rapids|
|Concordia University-Ann Arbor||10 to 1||553||$22,464||Private not-for-profit||Ann Arbor|
|Marygrove College||10 to 1||1,169||$18,520||Private not-for-profit||Detroit|
|Sacred Heart Major Seminary||6 to 1||313||$16,405||Private not-for-profit||Detroit|
|Ecumenical Theological Seminary||4 to 1||23||$||Private not-for-profit||Detroit|
Best for Women in Technology
Michigan takes pride in having some of the best colleges for women in the tech field. While women are underrepresented in most of the country’s technology programs, these Michigan schools have tech and engineering gender ratios that are similar to the overall school population. Female-to-female mentorship programs in many Michigan colleges are also encouraging more women to enter the field. Women-only residence halls provide a positive, comfortable living environment for women in tech degree programs. With centers focused on the betterment of women in technology, these Michigan colleges offer the best higher education for females in this field.
|TUITION + FEES||CITY||WOMEN IN TECH DEGREES AWARDED||TOTAL ENROLLMENT||TYPE|
|University of Michigan-Ann Arbor||$12,994||Ann Arbor||545||40,225||Public|
|Michigan State University||$12,622||East Lansing||293||41,596||Public|
|Michigan Technological University||$13,353||Houghton||180||6,215||Public|
|Wayne State University||$10,190||Detroit||128||18,637||Public|
|Ferris State University||$10,354||Big Rapids||127||10,024||Public|
|Western Michigan University||$9,982||Kalamazoo||90||18,075||Public|
|Siena Heights University||$21,152||Adrian||78||1,239||Private Not for Profit|
|Eastern Michigan University||$9,026||Ypsilanti||75||13,905||Public|
|Central Michigan University||$10,950||Mount Pleasant||69||20,880||Public|
|University of Michigan-Dearborn||$10,250||Dearborn||63||5,126||Public|
|Oakland University||$10,230||Rochester Hills||61||13,061||Public|
|Kettering University||$33,946||Flint||60||1,720||Private Not for Profit|
|Lawrence Technological University||$27,870||Southfield||58||1,486||Private Not for Profit|
|Grand Valley State University||$10,078||Allendale||30||19,575||Public|
|University of Michigan-Flint||$9,028||Flint||20||4,861||Public|
|Saginaw Valley State University||$8,120||University Center||18||8,121||Public|
|University of Detroit Mercy||$34,530||Detroit||16||3,900||Private Not for Profit|
|Andrews University||$24,478||Berrien Springs||15||2,420||Private Not for Profit|
|Walsh College of Accountancy and Business Administration||N/A||Troy||14||235||Private Not for Profit|
|College for Creative Studies||$34,380||Detroit||13||1,156||Private Not for Profit|
|Northern Michigan University||$8,709||Marquette||11||7,976||Public|
|Hope College||$27,710||Holland||11||3,127||Private Not for Profit|
|Madonna University||$15,300||Livonia||10||1,733||Private Not for Profit|
|Baker College of Jackson||$7,740||Jackson||6||1,491||Private Not for Profit|
|Marygrove College||$18,900||Detroit||6||664||Private Not for Profit|
|Calvin College||$26,705||Grand Rapids||5||3,769||Private Not for Profit|
Best Schools Fighting for Families
There are many online schools in Michigan designed to prepare the next generation of social workers for rewarding careers assisting children and families. Recognizing that the field of social work is predicted to have some of the largest growth, these programs have met the challenge with unparalleled academic opportunities. New social work students have access to clinical settings, field study and an array of specialization areas. With excellent scholarship options combined with top rankings and academic facilities, these Michigan schools are unsurpassed in their social work programs.
|CITY||SOCIAL DEGREES AWARDED||WOMEN||MEN||TUITION & FEES||TOTAL ENROLLMENT|
|Wayne State University||Detroit||475||403||72||$10,190||18,637|
|University of Michigan-Ann Arbor||Ann Arbor||450||362||88||$12,994||40,225|
|Michigan State University||East Lansing||350||264||86||$12,622||41,596|
|Grand Valley State University||Allendale||300||255||45||$10,078||19,575|
|Western Michigan University||Kalamazoo||231||179||52||$9,982||18,075|
|Eastern Michigan University||Ypsilanti||202||169||33||$9,026||13,905|
|Oakland University||Rochester Hills||128||89||39||$10,230||13,061|
|Saginaw Valley State University||University Center||105||80||25||$8,120||8,121|
|Central Michigan University||Mount Pleasant||100||78||22||$10,950||20,880|
|Spring Arbor University||Spring Arbor||98||88||10||$22,538||2,764|
|University of Michigan-Flint||Flint||62||51||11||$9,028||4,861|
|Ferris State University||Big Rapids||54||43||11||$10,354||10,024|
|Calvin College||Grand Rapids||44||35||9||$26,705||3,769|
|Northern Michigan University||Marquette||44||36||8||$8,709||7,976|
|Andrews University||Berrien Springs||38||30||8||$24,478||2,420|
|Aquinas College||Grand Rapids||23||16||7||$25,250||1,691|
|University of Michigan-Dearborn||Dearborn||18||13||5||$10,250||5,126|
|University of Detroit Mercy||Detroit||14||12||2||$34,530||3,900|
|Kuyper College||Grand Rapids||14||14||$17,950||276|
|Cornerstone University||Grand Rapids||10||10||$23,260||2,049|
|Siena Heights University||Adrian||9||8||1||$21,152||1,239|
|Lake Superior State University||Sault Ste Marie||8||8||$9,640||2,243|