Study online, on campus in the evening, or both.

Flexible and affordable education

Introducing iLynn: an innovative, iPad-powered bachelor's degree for students with work and family obligations.

It's time to finish what you started

Take classes online, on campus or both, and enjoy all that a private university has to offer at a state university price. Going back to school to complete your degree can seem overwhelming—but not at Lynn. iLynn is perfect for students balancing work, family and other obligations. 

Right from the start, you'll find helpful people and a simple approach, including:

  • iPad-powered learning: engage with course content easily on iPad 
  • Accelerated terms: finish your degree faster 
  • Industry-expert professors: learn from professors with real-world experience   
  • SAT/ACT not required: apply without submitting test scores
  • Easy transfer of college credits: transition to Lynn seamlessly 
  • Work experience credits: turn your professional experience into academic credit

Finish your degree

Save time and money

Lynn has reduced the cost of online tuition by nearly 20 percent to just $8,850 per year. Plus, we recognize that what you’ve learned outside the classroom is extremely valuable. At Lynn, you can turn your professional experience into academic credit and save even more money through LearningCounts.

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About our iPad-powered degrees

Over the past three years, we've seen great results from our iPad-powered programs. Students are consistently more interested in their lessons and show a greater understanding of their learning objectives.

That's why all of Lynn’s degree programs are iPad-powered. As an iLynn student, you have the choice to bring your own iPad, or receive a brand new iPad mini from Lynn. Learn about your iPad options in our iPad FAQ. Or discover the various programs that you can study with your iPad.

Aviation management students study together at the Burton D. Morgan School of Aeronautics.

Aviation Management

Learn the core business structure of the industry, get cockpit training and be qualified on both the business and piloting sides of the aerospace industry.

Students using their iPad to learn the business administration degree program.

Business Administration

Master the latest techniques, learn general management skills and discover the aspects of maintaining a business. Earn your degree online, on campus or both.

Student working toward her communication degree in the iLynn program.

Communication and Media

Learn how to reach global audiences using the latest communication trends, and gain communication skills for better personal and professional interactions.

Examining a crime scene in the online criminal justice degree program.

Criminal Justice

Gain a deep knowledge and solid understanding of the U.S. criminal justice system, and study fascinating topics, including criminology, ethics and justice.

Speaker presents in the Howard Isaacson Innovation Challenge.


Learn how to turn your idea into a successful venture and the many facets of business, including raising capital, valuing your business, negotiation and more.

Students studying on their iPads in the international business program.

International Business

Learn how to create and deliver presentations, manage your own simulation-based company and work with local businesses in this online program.

Student uses an iPad pro to get his liberal arts degree with the iLynn program.

Liberal Arts

Gain valuable critical thinking, problem-solving and analytical skills that you can use in your career immediately. Earn your degree online, on campus or both.

A psychology major sits in class listening to professor explain the human mind.


Gain a firm grasp on the basic foundational concepts of psychology, and explore topics, such as social, abnormal, developmental and experimental psychology.

Did you put your undergraduate education on hold for work, family or other obligations? Our affordable, flexible and high-quality Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts program makes it easy to finish.

The B.A. in Liberal Arts program emphasizes critical thinking and creative problem-solving—skills you can apply in your professional life right away. It blends new ideas and technologies to make learning more dynamic than you've ever imagined. And because the B.A. in Liberal Arts is so well-rounded, you can easily transfer the course credits you've already earned and finish that much faster.

Eligible experiences

In LearningCounts, you develop a learning portfolio featuring your professional experience, and present it to earn certified work experience credits. Your portfolio can feature:

  • Work experience and job skills
  • Employer training programs
  • Military service
  • Independent study
  • Volunteer or community service
  • Other training and job skills

Tuition and credits

LearningCounts allows you to translate your professional experience into up to 30 academic credits—which is 25 percent of your entire degree program.

The LearningCounts class is self-paced, available online at a special tuition rate which is inclusive of one portfolio review. After completing the course, you may submit additional portfolios for additional work experience credit. Each portfolio you submit must correspond to course offered by Lynn or another regionally accredited institution.

LearningCounts course and
first portfolio
Up to 6 credits$650
Additional portfoliosUp to 3 credits each$125 each

You may earn up to 30 credits for just $3,900.

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