The Best Online Degree Programs at HBCUs

Best Online Degree Progams at HBCUs in Missouri

At Best Online HBCUs, we provide comprehensive, unbiased information of the best online undergraduate and graduate degree programs at HBCUs across the United States and HBCUs in Missouri. Missouri has 102 degree-granting institutions. The state is home to 14 public, 4-year institutions, 14 public, 2-year institutions, 52 private non-profit, 4-year institutions, 2 private non-profit four-year institutions, 10 private for-profit, 2-year institutions, and 10 private for-profit, 4-year institutions. There were 298,378 undergraduate students enrolled in associate's and bachelor's degrees, and 76,061 students enrolled in master's and doctoral degrees in fall 2018.

Of the 102 institutions, 2 are HBCUs. These 2 institutions enrolled 4,093 students: 34,921 in undergraduate programs and 101 in graduate programs. All of the Missouri HBCUs are listed below. Take your time to discover more about each institution and what they can offer for your career objectives. Since we are focused on distance education, we have provided more details about the best online degree programs at those institutions.

 

Harris-Stowe State University

Online Degree Programs

There are currently no online programs listed for Harris-Stowe State University

Harris-Stowe State University traces its origin back to 1857 when it was founded by the St. Louis Public Schools as a normal school and thus became the first public teacher education institution west of the Mississippi River and the 12th such institution in the United States.

Stowe Teachers College, which began in 1890 as a normal school for future black teachers of elementary schools in the city of St. Louis. This normal school was also founded by the St. Louis Public School System and was an extension of Sumner High School. In 1924, the Sumner Normal School became a four-year institution with authority to grant the baccalaureate degree. In 1929, its name was changed to Stowe Teachers College, in honor of the abolitionist and novelist Harriet Beecher Stowe. These two teacher education institutions were merged by the Board of Education of the St. Louis Public Schools in 1954 as the first of several steps to integrate the public schools of St. Louis. The merged institution retained the name Harris Teachers College.

Public, 4-Year

Sector

1,716

 Undergraduate Enrollments

N/A

Graduate Enrollments

68

Online Undergraduate Enrollments

N/A

Online Graduate Enrollments

Lincoln University

Online Degree Programs

Master of Business Administration in Management

Master of Business Administration in Public Administration/Policy

Lincoln University was founded in 1866 by the men of the 62nd and 65th United States Colored Infantries and their white officers, for the special benefit of freed African Americans. Today, Lincoln University’s role in the education of Missourians and others and its service to stakeholders throughout the state, the nation, and across the globe is well recognized. Lincoln University continues to serve the needs of its diverse student body through a tradition of offering innovative programs that makes the college experience special.

Public, 4-Year

Sector

2,377

 Undergraduate Enrollments

101

Graduate Enrollments

64

Online Undergraduate Enrollments

47

Online Graduate Enrollments

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