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The Evening College Plus Program is designed to help adult learners earn a four year degree though evening, online, and blended courses so that they can balance * working full time, having a family, and schoolwork. Classes AND evening advising services will be offered in Strong Hall.
Each course is in session for eight weeks at a time. Glenda Harrison is a professor of Sociology at MSU and designed the training modular for the program’s faculty. She says the classes are different because they are geared toward enabling adult learners to apply what they learn in the class to their daily life.
“I think overall it will be beneficial to the community and those adult learners who want to come to Missouri State University. Even though it is an extension they will be getting those professors who have the experience but just geared more toward the adult learner,” said Harrison.
Beth Boyce works full time in the MSU Admissions office. She is also a daughter, mother, and new grandmother. While she has a lot on her plate already, she is excited to start school again in the fall through the Evening College Plus Program. This is where she will be taking classes to earn her degree in Psychology.
“We have limitations by all of our ventures that we are connected with work and family. They just kind of connect those spokes and make it easy fun and possible,” said Boyce.
The Evening College Plus program offers Bachelors of Science in Accounting, General Business, and Professional Writing. Students can also earn online degrees in Craniology, Criminal Justice, the Nursing Completion Program and Technology Management.
This program meets all the requirements for Pale Grants and Federal Student Aid.
For KSMU News, I’m Shannon Bowers.