Antioch University McGregor – Undergraduate Studies Program
Contact Person: Seth E. Gordon
Phone (937) 769-1825
Web Address: www.mcgregor.edu Email: email@example.com
Brief Description of Program:
The Undergraduate Studies program is a Saturday program that prepares adult learners to think critically, act responsibly to improve society, acquire intercultural and global awareness, and continue to grow personally and professionally.
We seek a diverse student body and value people of all backgrounds and experience. These differences, we feel, enrich the learning experience of our students.
The undergraduate program has six major areas of study. Those areas include:
- Early Childhood Education
- Health & Wellness
- Human Development
- Human Services Administration
Adults entering a degree completion program bring complex educational histories. Prospective students are invited to contact us and make arrangements to have their transcripts evaluated. The following information defines the expectations for a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Undergraduate Studies program:
- A minimum or 180 quarter credit hours, a maximum of 112 total transfer credits.
- Of the 112 possible transfer credits, only 90 may be lower division (generally 100 and 200 level) courses unless an Associate's degree has been earned.
No more than 60 credits in each of the following areas:
- Natural Sciences and Technology
- Arts and Humanities
- Social Sciences
- Management Sciences
- A maximum of 45 credits (the equivalent of one year of a four-year degree) for non-classroom prior learning of all kinds (CLEP or DANTES exams, military or other ACE approved, evaluated experiential learning, etc.). CLEP and DANTES will be evaluated from original documentation only.
- A maximum of four credits for physical education.