Why Consider Online Learning?Distance learning at Arizona State University means doing school work when it's convenient for you. Online courses are an excellent option for busy students while online degree programs are popular with older students or those who work full-time.
Arizona State Online Degree Options
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How Many Students Participate in Online Learning at Arizona State University?
Of the 51,869 students currently enrolled at Arizona State University, about 59.7% (30,989) participate in some form of distance or online learning. 1,031 students take classes exclusively online.
Students enrolled in online programs live in a variety of places. 389 live in Arizona, 1,019 live in the U.S.A. and 12 live outside of the U.S.A. Long live the Internet!
The following chart shows you how many students are involved in online classes depending on their degree. Non-Seekers are students who are not currently enrolled in a degree program.
|Undergraduate degree seeking students represent 81.4% of the Arizona State University student body.|
About half of undergraduate degree seekers (52.1%) take at least one class online.
Of the 21,999 who take at least one online course, none take all their courses online.
|Undergraduate students who are not seeking a degree represent 0.5% of the Arizona State University student body.|
The minority of undergraduate non-degree seekers (27.7%) take at least one class online.
Of the 70 who take at least one online course, none take all their courses online.
|Graduate students represent 18.1% of the Arizona State University student body.|
The vast majority of graduate students (95.0%) take at least one class online.
Of the 8,920 who take at least one online course, a small minority (11.6%) take all their courses online.
The 1,031 graduate students who take all their classes online live in the following places.
For more information, check out our section on Graduations at Arizona State University.