Ashland University offers adult learners programs designed to meet the needs of non-traditional students. Currently, the Division of Adult Studies offers two degree programs:
An Associate of Arts degree in General Studies
A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with majors in Business Management or Marketing
These two degree programs are offered on the Ashland University main campus. The bachelor degree program can be the continuation of a two-year degree or a way to complete a degree that has not been finished. The Associate of Arts Degree can be customized through the electives requirement to transition the degree to the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
To qualify for admission into the Division of Adult Studies the student must meet the following criteria:
The student must be admitted into the Division of Adult Studies program in an approved program or major (noted above).
The student must be employed at least 30 hours per week.
The student must have a minimum of five years of full-time work experience.
The student must attend Ashland University as a part-time student taking no more than 9 semester hours per semester during the regular academic year (fall and spring semesters).
The student cannot receive Ashland University institutional aid. (Federal Pell grants, Ohio Instructional grants, and student loans are not considered institutional aid.)
If you are interested in any other undergraduate program at Ashland University, please visit the Admissions Office or check out a listing of our undergraduate Academic Programs.