We give you options so you can get ahead while working or maintaining other commitments through our evening and online degree options. Whether in-person or online, our professors are here to support you and help you study with purpose.

Evening Undergraduate Programs

Attend classes on campus in the evenings. Learn from professors in-person as you tackle your bachelor's degree. Classes follow the semester schedule, and we encourage students to take three to four classes over the course of a semester. 

Accounting, B.S
Behavioral Science, B.A.
Business Administration, B.A.
Computer & Information Science, B.S.

Concentrations: Computer Science or Cyber Security 

Early Childhood Education B.A. certifying to teach
Educational Studies, B.A.
Elementary Education, B.A. certifying to teach
Middle Level Education, B.A. certifying to teach

Concentrations: English/Language, Mathematics, Sciences, Social Studies

Social Work, B.A.
Special Education, B.A. certifying to teach

Online Undergraduate Programs

Classes are offered completely online. With no assigned logins, you can take classes anywhere, anytime. And classes start every five weeks, so you can immerse yourself in a single topic. 

Business Administration, B.A. (concentration in general business or marketing)
Business Administration, B.S.
Community & Organizational Leadership, B.A.
Computer & Information Science, B.S (concentration in computer science or cybersecurity)
Criminal Justice, B.A. (concentration in general or forensic)
Disaster & Emergency Management, B.A.
Disaster & Emergency Management, B.S. (concentration in fire science)
Forensic Psychology, B.S.
Healthcare Studies, B.A. or B.S.
Health Science, B.S.
Interdisciplinary Studies, B.A. or B.S.
Psychology, B.A.
Speech Language Pathology, B.A.