Evangel’s Adult Studies programs are the picture of flexibility. For those looking to revolutionize their careers with a convenient bachelor’s degree, there are several programs to choose from.
What programs do you offer?
Evangel offers four bachelor’s degree programs and one associates degree program designed for working adults.
- Human Services
- Management: Seated│Online
- Church Ministries: Seated│Online
- Communication Arts & Media
When and where do classes meet?
Students can begin in the fall, spring or summer semester.
General education courses are offered online, on weeknights from 6pm – 10pm, or Saturday mornings from 8am-12pm. Students in their majors will be assigned a night when their classes meet, typically Mondays, Tuesdays, or Thursdays from 6pm – 10pm for seated programs.
I don’t have 60 credit hours. Can I still enroll in the Adult Studies program?
Absolutely! You can enter the program at any time, but you will need to earn 60 credit hours before you can start taking courses in your major. We offer general education courses in the same format (one night per week for five weeks) as the major courses.
How long will it take for me to complete my undergraduate degree?
Depending on previous college credits earned, most programs take about 24 months to complete.
Does Evangel accept credits from several years ago?
Yes, we review all previous credits, regardless of the time period. You will receive an evaluation transcript that shows credits accepted from other institutions and applied toward your degree at Evangel.
Can I get course credit for work or other life experience?
Adult Studies students can take the Prior Learning Seminar which is a one credit hour course that allows you to earn up to 22 credit hours for work/life experience. After completing this course, you will be eligible to submit a portfolio which will be evaluated by the appropriate academic department for credit.
Is Evangel University accredited?
Evangel University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Evangel is a member of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation; a member of the National Association of Schools of Music; and a member of the Commission on Accreditation Council on Social Work Education. The Missouri State Department of Education issues teaching certificates to graduates who successfully complete the Teacher Education program. The University is also endorsed by its parent denomination: The Alliance for Assemblies of God Higher Education.