Get moving, stay balanced.

Earn the degree you want at your own pace.

Gain proof of — and confidence in — skills employers value with 100% doable degrees. A self-paced college degree lets you learn by doing. No tests. No grades. Set goals for yourself and reach them at your own pace.

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Learn online from an accredited
school with a great online experience.

PelotonU partners with Southern New Hampshire University and other regionally accredited nonprofit colleges known for excellence in online education. Let us help you find a program that fits. 

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Fast track a valuable degree with associate’s and bachelor’s options.

Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Business
  • Healthcare Management
  • Transforming the Customer Experience

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

  • Communications
  • Healthcare Management
  • Insurance Services Management
  • Logistic and Operations Management
  • Public Administration Management

Bachelor of Science (BS)

  • Bachelor’s Network Operations & Security
  • Bachelor’s Cybersecurity & Information Assurance
  • Bachelor’s of Information Technology
  • Bachelor’s of Data Management & Data Analytics


  • Healthcare Management

Don’t see the degree you want?

Let’s talk. We’re dedicated to creating workable pathways for students balancing work, life, and college — let us help you find a fit. Text or call 512-553-2338.

Invest in yourself by giving college 12 hours each week.

College on-demand is kind of like taking on a side hustle. Project-based learning lets you speed through what you know, spend more time on what you don’t, and never get off track.

Spend 10 to 12 hours / Week
18 Months to earn AA
30 Months to earn a BA
4 Years to earn both degrees
Spend 12 to 15 hours / week
9 Months to earn AA
18 Months to earn a BA
2.5 Years to earn both degrees

Did you know about AA degrees?

An Associate of Arts degree is fast, cost-efficient, and might be all you need to earn the title change or pay raise you want. Intrigued? Let’s talk.