(List of degree programs generally contains those that are designed to accommodate working adults and nontraditional students.) Bachelor's degrees in the following areas may be earned by attendance solely in the evening: Accounting, Marketing and Management. Certificates in Accounting also provide students with a specialized sequence of coursework.
- Credit can be awarded based upon the following measurements of noncollegiate learning: proficiency examinations (CLEP, AP, formal noncollegiate coursework for which credit recommendations have been established by the NCCRS or ACE-CCRS for formal coursework sponsored by business and industry; credit recommendations published in ACE Military Guide; and individualized assessment of prior learning through portfolio evaluation.
- A maximum of 36 credits may be earned through any combination of experiential learning options.
- Advisement of non-matriculated students and part-time business students is received through the School of Business.
- Full services of the college are available to part-time students, including Career Center, Tutoring Services, athletic facility, etc.