A faith-based liberal arts university in Texas had a traditional educational administration preparation program.  The university transitioned the residential program to an online platform. The first student cohort in the online program was the subject of the study. Student perception of the online learning experience, effectiveness of course design, academic rigor, interaction between students and faculty student-to-student interactions, and comparisons between the students’ online and face-to-face experiences was important to the researchers. A pre/post survey provided the researchers with student perception data. All four areas surveyed demonstrated statistically significant change. ACCESS FULL MANUSCRIPT AT: http://cnx.org/content/m35740/latest/