At Cleveland University-Kansas City we can help you make the most of your time and academic experience with a 100% online accredited healthcare degree. CUKC’s online degree is an excellent fit for students who need a flexible schedule and distance learning.
CUKC Healthcare Online Degree
Want to learn more about our online learning and online degree program?
Call Cleveland University-Kansas City Admissions at (800) 467-2252 with any questions, to or .
|CUKC email||Supported Operating Systems: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 with Service Pack|
|Student Portal (ClevelandConnect)
|Supported Browser Minimums: Chrome 1.0, Internet Explorer 7.0 and Firefox 1.0 for Windows. Also, Chrome 1.0, Firefox 1.0 and Safari 3.0 for Macintosh users.|
|Canvas and ExamSoft||
For students in the D.C. program
Students in the D.C. program are encouraged to use a recent model iPad. ExamSoft will be used for testing, and the minimum requirements are located here:
Note: iPad devices using Apple’s new M1 chipset are not currently compatible with Examplify
Note: Do not use the Canvas app to complete assignments or quizzes
For students in other programs
Review detailed hardware and operating system requirements for Examplify before making any purchase:
Note: Chromebooks are not compatible
|Zoom||Supported Operating Systems
Any additional software used to access course content should be the most current version.
To determine whether you are ready for online learning, click the link below to view a readiness assessment. It will help you to prepare for your online education experience.
Online Readiness Assessment
Online Course Requirements:
All online students are required to participate in a monitored component or proctored test/quiz/video conferencing session. For this requirement, students will be notified in the syllabus, the first day of the course of the dates/times of the monitored session and will be required to show a government issue ID with photograph in order to complete the test/quiz.
Please speak with your advisor to learn which online courses are offered during Module I and which online courses are offered during Module II of each semester.