Evening/Weekend University is designed for students attending the Carrollton campus who are unable to attend class during traditional daytime hours. The University offers selected undergraduate and graduate degrees that may be earned in their entirety during evenings and weekends.

Numerous courses are offered through the Off Campus Programs and the Evening/Weekend University. To view a list of courses by location, see the class bulletin.

With appropriate prerequisites satisfied and with careful scheduling, the following graduate degrees may be earned in three years or less:

College of Arts and Humanities

  • Master of Arts in History
  • Master of Music in Music Education

College of Social Sciences

  • Master of Arts in Psychology
  • Master of Public Administration

Richards College of Business

  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Professional Accounting

College of Education

  • Master of Education in
  • Reading Education
  • Master of Education and Education Specialist in Early Childhood
  • Media
  • Professional Counseling
  • Education Doctorate in Professional Counseling and Supervision for Candidates Holding a Specialist degree in Professional Counseling
  • Certification Endorsement in Reading
  • Non-Degree Programs for Teachers Holding Provisional Certification in P-12 Education in French Education
  • Spanish Education
  • Non-Degree Certification Program in Media (School Library Media or Instructional Technology) for Candidates Holding a Master's Degree in any field
  • Non-Degree Certification Program for Candidates Holding a Bachelor's Degree in Music (Music P-12 Certification)