Bachelor Degree Completion
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Bachelor Degree Completion Programs
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.
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.
Ready to start your success journey?
Getting started is easy. Determine your area of study:
Early Childhood Education
Complete your BA degree and become eligible for a four-year Resident Educator License all in one program.
Health and Wellness
Explore Health and Wellness challenges and solutions and advance your career. Consider a focus in Healthcare Administration.
Human Services Administration
Prepare yourself to work in an administrative capacity in non-profit & state agencies, health care & counseling centers, & community-based organizations delivering social services.
Develop outstanding leadership skills by learning to understand the challenges of managing organizational activities
at any level.
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies:
Understanding conflict is a vital part of creating a more just, sustainable, and civilized world. Antioch University Midwest provides students the opportunity to pursue those values with a concentration in Conflict Studies.
Creative Writing and Literature
Take a close and critical look at some of the best work in multiple genres from across the ages while honing your own writing skills. Transform your passion for writing into a career!
For students interested in a non-licensure pathway of study, the concentration gives students needed credentials for advancing into graduate school.
Focused on the social, political, and ecological aspects of sustainability, the Environmental Sustainability concentration creates a natural pathway for those students who want to move beyond an associate’s degree in environment and agriculture to earn a bachelor’s in this important field.
Expand your global awareness, stretch your imagination, sharpen your thinking, boost your communication skills, and grow your resolve to create the kind of world humanity needs in order to achieve social justice, equity, peace, and meaning in your life.
Learn the essential topics in Information Technology professionals need to perform as team members in a variety of areas, plus the basis for advanced learning in specialized areas of cyber security, database, programming, and more.
Transfer Credits Easily
Considering transferring to Antioch University Midwest? Your past work, academic, and life experience matters to us. Our degree completion program was designed to be transfer intentional. You can transfer 90 credits toward your AUM Bachelor’s degree.
We also accept transcripted military training and experience, ACE and CLEP test credits, and credit any hours you’ve earned toward an RN license regardless of the date the credits were earned.
Attend an information session or contact us today to get started.
Designed for the Busy Adult Learner
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.”
Lana holds a Master’s of Educational Leadership degree and a Bachelor’s of Liberal Arts degree in Humanities from Antioch University McGregor. She is a Grand Reserve equestrian rider and a Telly Award winning scriptwriter. She served as a State Department intern at the Bureau of Cultural Affairs under Madeleine Albright in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs Fulbright Scholars Program.
Attend an information session or contact us for more information or to enroll today.