Ready to complete that bachelor’s degree to help you advance professionally? AU offers programs at times convenient for working adults. Study business, criminal justice, emergency management services, human services, liberal studies, organizational leadership, Christian studies or elementary education. You can also specialize in high-demand fields, such as healthcare management, homeland security, law enforcement, human resource administration, and early childhood education.
Take classes one or two evenings per week in Anderson or Greenville, as well as online, for accelerated seven-week terms. Campus courses start at 5:30 p.m. and run until either 7:50 p.m. (for twice-a-week classes) or 9:30 p.m. (for once-a-week classes).
You can choose from five terms per year to get started and enroll full time or part time. If attending full time, you can earn up to 30 credit hours per year and complete a bachelor’s degree in four years. If you transfer in credit from another college, you can finish in as few as two years.
AU faculty and staff recognize that as an adult student returning to school, you’re juggling many responsibilities, including family and work. Our student-oriented approach means we care about students and work with them to achieve their goals, from enrollment through graduation. Classes are small, so you and your professors can get to know each other well. Evening students are always telling us they feel cared for here. This care springs from our Christ-centered approach to higher education, a focus on kindness and individual dignity that coexists with academic rigor.
Ready to get back to school? Contact us at (864) 231-5510 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.