Bachelor’s Degree Completion Programs
A Bachelor’s degree to fit your experience and your future.
We understand that you can’t put your life on hold while you complete your bachelor’s degree. That’s why we offer flexible options for shaping your coursework and provide a faculty mentor to help you navigate the program. Your personal and professional pursuits are key components of the qualifications you bring with you, and they should be celebrated, not disrupted.
The ability to receive credit for learning outside of the classroom, through documentation of prior learning, internships, and independent study make completing your bachelor’s degree attainable and engaging.
Explore which of our bachelor’s degree completion programs is right for you.
BA in Liberal Studies
BA in Liberal Studies – The BA in Liberal Studies allows students to concentrate in the following academic areas: Addiction Studies, Business and Social Entrepreneurship, Child Studies, Creative Writing, Liberal Studies, LGBT/Queer Studies, Psychology, and Urban Studies. Students may also create a unique concentration of their own.
Applied Studies Degrees
BA in Applied Studies – The BA in Applied Studies complements and builds upon technical and occupational skills with new perspectives and ways of defining success.
BA in Applied Arts and Media – The BA in Applied Arts and Media contextualizes arts and media for those with art expertise in a studio or industry-specific focus.
Bachelor of Applied Arts in Urban Communities and Justice – The Bachelor of Applied Arts in Urban Communities and Justice targets the needs of students from criminal justice, public safety, and other civic-related backgrounds.
BS in Applied Technology and Business Leadership – The Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology and Business Leadership merges business concepts with leadership strategies for students from a variety of fields.
How are the Applied Studies degrees different from the Liberal Studies degree?
The Applied Studies degrees recognize your technical skills – such as coursework in auto mechanics, sound editing or culinary arts – and apply these toward your degree. This is unique, as most undergraduate programs do not consider technical expertise as relevant to a liberal studies degree. With our new applied studies offerings, we respect technical training as an important component, that along with a liberal learning framework, is the foundation to becoming a problem solver and leader in your field.
Students can earn credit for past professional, vocational, and/or personal experiences by demonstrating past learning, dramatically reducing both the tuition cost and degree completion time.
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