This degree is offered by AU Midwest.
Engage your passion for social, economic, and environmental justice in our innovative, hands-on, learner centered education, and become the change that is needed in your community and the world.
Since 1988, Antioch University Midwest has been continuously helping adult students finish their undergraduate studies and maximize their earning potential. Our programs are designed for busy adults juggling work, families, and other commitments.
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 with classes offered in the evenings and on weekends and a combination of classroom-based courses as well as supplementary online learning activities. Your personal and professional pursuits are key components of the qualifications you bring with you, and they should be celebrated, not disrupted.
Within the Liberal Studies degree, students choose from one of six concentrations to ensure your degree and goals are aligned.
The length of time it will take a student to complete a degree depends upon (1) the number of credits transferred into the program and (2) the number of credit hours taken each term. To estimate the length of time to complete the program, students may wish to subtract the number of credits they will transfer from the 120 credits required for graduation. The student should then divide the number of credits remaining to be completed by the number of credits s/he may take per semester. The result is a rough estimate of the number of semesters required to complete the program. Students are encouraged to move through the program at a comfortable rate taking into consideration personal and professional obligations as well as educational goals.
To earn a Bachelor’s degree at Antioch University Midwest, students will have a combination of transfer credits and required Antioch University Midwest credits totaling 120 credits.
Antioch University Midwest was recognized by U.S. News and World Report as the number one school based on the percentage of students, age 25 or older, enrolled in undergraduate programs in the 2014-2015 academic year.
The recent announcement on the U.S. News website states: “Not all students set out for college immediately after high school graduation. Some enlist in the military, spend time in the workforce or take time off to travel the world. For those who choose to go to college later in life, having classmates who reflect their age, interests and experiences can help ease the transition from the ‘real world’ to the world of an undergraduate student.”
As part of AUM’s ongoing commitment to make college tuition as affordable as possible, we have partnered with Clark State Community College, Sinclair Community College, and Southern State Community College to offer 3+1 agreements which allow students who have finished certain associate’s degrees to seamlessly continue on to earn a bachelor’s degree from AUM.
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