Eastern Nazarene College Launches First Fully Online Programs

Apr 22, 2021

Eastern Nazarene College (ENC) announces the launch of its first fully online programs. The Master of Science in Management, Master of Science in Management- Healthcare Administration and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration programs, will be offered to students within the Adult and Graduate Studies division. ENC received approval to offer these programs from the New England Commission for Higher Education at its March, 2021 meeting.

“We are pleased to be able to extend our educational mission beyond our Quincy campus, and we will do so with ENC’s long-standing commitments to academic quality, Christian faith, and supportive community.” – Dr. Jack Connell, President

Established by ENC’s business faculty, these programs are designed to provide working adults with the necessary tools to succeed in the marketplace. With the combination of ENC’S quality academics and commitment to Christian values, students will have the opportunity to learn within a diverse community of professionals, with faith at the center. Upon completion, students are prepared to guide, lead and serve as innovative agents of change within their field.

“One of our top institutional priorities over the past few years has been the expansion of our capacity for delivering courses to students via online instruction, and it’s gratifying to finally be at a place where that can become a reality. We look forward to serving new students for whom the opportunity to receive an ENC education has not been a reality until now.”- Dr. William McCoy, Vice President for Academic and Academic Dean

The Master of Science in Management and Master of Science in Management- Healthcare Administration programs are both scheduled to start on August 18th. And the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program will start on September 27th. ENC is currently accepting students for these programs and a $4,000 scholarship will be offered to those enrolled to begin on August 18th. To learn more, please visit, or contact Adult and Graduate Studies Admissions at 617-745-3000.