Flexible programs that fit your schedule
All courses in the degree programs below are available evenings, weekends and/or online. Of course, we offer more than 300 degree programs, with many courses available on evenings, weekends and online.
- Bachelor of Business Administration in the following majors – Corporate Finance, Financial Services, Human Resource Management, Supply Chain/Operations Management, Information Systems Management, Marketing Management and Sales Management
- Bachelor of Science in Accounting
- Bachelor of Organizational Supervision
- Communication/Public Relations
- Information Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Industrial Computing Applications (junior/senior level through UA; first two years through Lorain County Community College)
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems Networking
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (for Registered Nurses)
- Social Work
- Plus, several General Education courses are offered in the evenings and on weekends. These courses are the foundational courses for most bachelor degree programs. Browse the course catalog.
- Master's of Business Administration
- Master's of Science in Management with tracks in Information Systems and Global Technology Innovation
- Master's of Taxation
- Master's of Science in Accountancy
- Master's of Arts in Special Education
- Master's of Science in Principalship
- Master's of Art in Instructional Technologies
- Graduate Certificate in E-Learning
- Graduate Certificate in Assessment and Evaluation
- Social Work
- Business Management
- Business Management Technology Certificate; also Accounting Specialist and Small Business Management Certificates
- Computer Information Systems
- Criminal Justice Technology
- General Certificate
- Law Enforcement Certificate
- Emergency Management
- Hospitality Management Program
- Marketing and Sales Technology
Note: The degree programs are available to be earned by students enrolling in required courses after the regular work-day during the week, on weekends, or online; or, through a combination of these course delivery options. However, the number and sequence of courses taken by a student per academic term, as well as the pre-requisite order for taking required or elective courses, will affect the time frame within which a specific degree may be obtained by each student. In addition, some degree programs may have special requirements that cannot be fulfilled after the regular work-day, such as a field internship or experience, practicum, clinical experience, etc. Evening courses may start as early as 4:30 p.m., but most start later. Check our course schedule.
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