Online programs - graduate level
Eshelman School of Pharmacy
Kenan-Flagler Business School
School of Government
School of Media and Journalism
School of Information and Library Science
- Certificate in Community Preparedness and Disaster Management
- Certificate in Core Public Health Concepts
- Certificate in Field Epidemiology
- Certificate in Global Health
- Certificate in Occupational Health Nursing
- Certificate in Public Health Leadership
- Executive DrPH in Health Leadership
- Master’s in Health Administration in Public Health Policy and Management
- Master’s in Public Health in Public Health Leadership
- Master’s in Public Health in Public Health Policy and Management
- Master of Clinical Laboratory Science
- Master’s in Radiologic Science
- Transitional Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy
Online programs - undergraduate level
College of Arts and Sciences
UNC Core Certificate (active duty military and veterans)
Friday Center for Continuing Education
Programs at other UNC institutions
Visit online.northcarolina.edu for current information about all online academic programs offered through the University of North Carolina System.
UNC-Chapel Hill distance education programs are approved by the state of North Carolina to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education.
The State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement is an agreement among member states, districts and territories that establishes comparable national standards for interstate offering of postsecondary distance education courses and programs. It is intended to make it easier for students to take online courses offered by postsecondary institutions based in another state. SARA is overseen by a National Council and administered by four regional education compacts.
State Authorization and Student Complaints about Delivery of Distance Education
Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act includes regulations regarding the delivery of distance education to out-of-state residents. The United States Department of Education requires that institutions comply with any applicable state approval or licensure requirements in each state to which distance education instruction is delivered.
Students have the right to file a complaint against an institution when these requirements are not followed or regarding the loss of tuition and fees as a result of unfair business practices. Institutions must provide both current and prospective students with contact information for filing complaints with its accrediting body and the appropriate state agency for handling complaints in a student’s resident state.
UNC-Chapel Hill is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and professional degrees and certificates.
If you have a complaint about UNC-Chapel Hill distance education programs and the issue could not be resolved internally, read more and learn about options and resources related to student complaints about delivery of distance education.