Bachelor’s Degree Completion for Adults at University College
Do you have previous college credit, but have yet to finish your bachelor’s degree? Get a fresh academic start and finish the undergraduate degree you started years ago through the Bachelor’s of Arts Completion Program at University College.
Is this program right for you? We truly have built our program around adults who are seeking flexibility in completing their degree. Bachelor’s completion program by the numbers:
- Students can transfer up to three years of previous college credit
- 20 percent of our students are from out of state
- 10 percent of our students are in the military
- 35 is the average age of our students
You can complete your bachelor’s degree in communication, global commerce and trade, global studies, healthcare administration, Information Technology, and Leadership and Organization Studies entirely online from wherever you are.
We also have more options to help you further achieve your education goals.
Bachelor’s/Master’s Combined Degree Options
Looking to accelerate your time to degree completion while reducing the cost of pursuing both a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree? The combined degree option through the University of Denver’s University College offers you the opportunity to just that!
Geared for adults who wish to pursue a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree simultaneously, the combined degree option at University College offers a unique dual experience. By substituting two graduate courses for two undergraduate courses, you can reduce the total number of courses and overall cost of your programs.
One in 10 of our bachelor’s students pursue the combined master’s program. You can visit our website to view all of the combined degree options, including two brand new combinations.
“We’re pleased to announce two new pathways within the combined degree option,” said Michelle Kruse-Crocker, Bachelor’s of Arts Completion Program academic director. “For your bachelor’s degree, if you major in Leadership and Organization Studies, you can now combine with the Nonprofit Leadership master’s degree program. If you major in Healthcare Administration, you can now combine with the Healthcare Management master’s degree program.”
To qualify for the combined degree, you must earn a 3.5 cumulative GPA in your bachelor’s completion courses at the University of Denver. Interested in learning more? Connect with academic advisor, Andrea Gross, to explore your options.
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