Online Program Overview

Old Dominion University is a Public, 4 or more years school located in Norfolk, Virginia. It offers graduate degrees as well as undergraduate degrees. For academic year 2017-2018 the tuition & fees are $10,050 for Virginia residents and $27,900 for other students in average.

Old Dominion University offers 127 degree program. Of that, the distance learning opportunity is given to 39 programs - 17 Bachelor's, 13 Master's, 4 Doctorate, 5 Post-Bachelor's or Post-Master's Certificate.
Online Degree Key Facts
Old Dominion University
School NameOld Dominion University
TypePublic, 4 or more years
Address5115 Hampton Blvd, Norfolk, VA
Online Students9,343
Tuition & Fees (2017-2018)In-State$10,050
Student to Faculty18:1 (5.56%)
Online Degree Programs
Total39 Programs
Bachelor's17 Programs
Master's13 Programs
Doctorate4 Programs
Post-Graduate5 Programs

2018 Tuition & Fees

Next table and chart describe 2017-2018 tuition & fees at Old Dominion University and costs trends last 5 years. Each cost is an average amount over the offered programs. For Virginia resident, the tuition & fees are $10,050 and $27,900 for non-Virginia resident.
Tuition Changes (2014-2018) - Old Dominion University
Undergraduate (In-State)$8,550$8,970$9,480$9,750$10,050
Undergraduate (Out-of-State)$24,210$25,140$26,220$26,730$27,900
Graduate (In-State)$9,888$10,488$11,136$11,480$11,904
Graduate (Out-of-State)$25,152$26,136$27,840$28,860$29,556
Tuition & Feee at Old Dominion University

Online Programs By Area of Study

Old Dominion University offers 127 degree programs through Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate, Post-Graduate Certificate programs. Of that, 39 programs can be conferred by distance learning - 17 Bachelor's, 13 Master's, 4 Doctorate, 5 Post-Bachelor's or Post-Master's. Next table summarises the number of degree programs by degree types.
Total Number of Online Degree Programs At Old Dominion University
CertificateAssociate'sBachelor's Master'sDoctorate Post-Graduate
Online ProgramsNOT OFFEREDNOT OFFERED17 1345
Overall ProgramsNOT OFFEREDNOT OFFERED51 382117
Next tables list each online program with offered degrees. The number on each columns denotes the conferred degree on the program. The numbers includes completers through on-campus classes and partial online classes as well as only online classes. Only in Classroom means that the program is offered only on-site classes and not offered denotes that the school does not offer the program.

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Computer And Information Sciences
Engineering Technology
English Language And Literature
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies
Human Services
Social Sciences
Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences

Distance Learning Program Student Population

At Old Dominion University, there are 24,672 students including in both undergraduate and graduate schools, with full-time and part-time status. Of that. 9,343 students were attending classes through distance learning. (4,679 students are enrolled exclusively and 4,664 are enrolled in some)
Distance Learning Enrollment Distribution - Old Dominion University
Total Enrollment24,672
Enrolled Exclusively in Online Courses4,679
Enrolled in Some But Not All Online Courses4,664
Not Enrolled In Any Online Courses15,329
By student location, of total 4,679 enrolled exclusively in online courses, 4,072 Virginia Residents were enrolled in online classes exclusively, 575 students living in U.S. States other than Virginia, and 32 non-U.S. students enrolled in online courses.
Distance Learning Enrollment By Student Location - Old Dominion University
Enrolled Exclusively in Online Courses4,679
Virginia Resident4,072
Other State In U.S.575
Outside of U.S.32
Distance Learning Enrollment By Degree - Old Dominion University
Enrolled Exclusively in Online Courses4,679
Distance Learning Enrollment Undergraduate Students - Old Dominion University
Enrolled Exclusively in Undergraduate Online Courses2,930
Degree/Certificate Seeking2,890
Non-Degree/Certificate Seeking40

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