FlexPath¹ is currently available for select bachelor's, certificate, and master's programs in business, health care, information technology, nursing, and psychology.
BS — Accounting
BS — Business Administration
BS — Health Care Management
BS — Human Resource Management
BS — Project Management
BS — Management and Leadership
MBA — Self-Designed
MBA — Health Care Management
MBA — Human Resource Management
MBA — Project Management
Certificate — Business Administration
MEd — Teaching and Learning²
BS — General Information Technology
BS — Information Assurance and Cybersecurity
BS — IT Project Management
BS — Minor: Network Technology: Cisco
BS — Minor: Network Technology: Microsoft
BS — Minor: System Development: Mobile
BS — Minor: System Development: Web Application
BSN — RN-to-BSN
RN-to-BSN/MSN — Combined Option
MSN — Care Coordination³
MSN — Nursing Education
MSN — Nursing Informatics³
MSN — Nursing Leadership and Administration
RN-to-MSN Care Coordination³
RN-to-MSN Nursing Education³
RN-to-MSN Nursing Informatics³
RN-to-MSN Nursing Leadership & Administration³
See graduation rates, median student debt, and other information at http://www.capellaresults.com/outcomes.asp
¹Military Tuition Assistance (TA) is not available for FlexPath.
²This program has not yet been evaluated by the Minnesota State Approving Agency and is therefore not currently eligible for VA benefits.
³The FlexPath option for this program is not currently approved for federal financial aid by the U.S. Department of Education.
Our commitment to your success begins at admission. Enrollment counselors are here to help you understand your online application as well as your program-specific admission requirements. Here’s what’s required:
Get in touch with us. FlexPath is a unique, online-learning format and we want to make sure it’s right for you.
Step into FlexPath is an option for those who don’t qualify for FlexPath. This gives you an opportunity to start a program in our GuidedPath learning format, and then transition into FlexPath upon successful completion of a set number of courses, as determined by your program, at a 3.0 GPA or higher.