Jun 21, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog

Post-Traditional Undergraduate Programs


Post-Traditional Undergraduate Leadership

Pam Ross, Vice President of Enrollment Management

Joshua Pruitt, M.Ed., Director of Post-Traditional Undergraduate Admission and Advising

Ben Brammer, Ph.D., Director of Post-Traditional Recruitment and Strategic Partnerships

Erin Fisher, Assistant Director of Post-Traditional Undergraduate Advising

Amy Ruby, Assistant Director of Recruitment

 

Post-Traditional Undergraduate Programs

Many degree programs are available for Post-Traditional students, including the following:

Core Curriculum

All Post-Traditional Programs follow a general Core Curriculum unless otherwise specified at the Program level: 

Gold Core Curriculum (Post-Traditional)  

College of Arts and Sciences: 

Interdisciplinary Studies - Post-Traditional, B.A.  

College of Business:

Business Administration - Post-Traditional, B.B.A.  
Business Administration: Accounting - Post-Traditional, B.B.A.  
Business Administration: Management - Post-Traditional, B.B.A.  
Business Administration: Marketing - Post-Traditional, B.B.A. 
Business Administration: Marketing and Professional Sales - Post-Traditional, B.B.A. 
Business Administration: Project Management - Post-Traditional, B.B.A.  
Business Administration: Supply Chain Management - Post-Traditional, B.B.A.  
Organizational Leadership - Post-Traditional, B.O.L.  
Organizational Leadership: Human Resource Administration - Post-Traditional, B.O.L.  

College of Christian Studies:

Christian Studies - Post-Traditional, B.C.S.  

College of Education:

Elementary Education - Post-Traditional, B.S.  
Elementary Education with add-on certification in Early Childhood Education - Post-Traditional, B.S.  

College of Health Professions:

School of Allied Health

Human Services - Post-Traditional, B.H.S.  
Human Services: Behavioral Health - Post-Traditional, B.H.S.  
Human Services: Gerontology - Post-Traditional, B.H.S.  
Health Care Management - Post-Traditional, B.S.  
Health Science: Medical Imaging - Post-Traditional, B.S.H.S.    

School of Nursing

Nursing (Accelerated) - Post-Traditional, B.S.N.  
Nursing (RN to BSN) - Post-Traditional, B.S.N.  

School of Public Service & Administration:

Criminal Justice - Post-Traditional, B.A.  
Homeland Security and Emergency Services - Post-Traditional, B .A.  
Homeland Security and Emergency Services: Emergency Services Management - Post-Traditional, B.A.  

Admission to Post-Traditional Program

Given the accelerated nature of the program, a candidate for admission to a post-traditional undergraduate program must meet the following criteria; however, requirements may vary for specific academic programs (see the Academic Program in which you are interested for other requirements): (1) Complete the Adult Undergraduate Application for Admission at www.andersonuniversity.edu; (2) Submit the non-refundable application fee of $40; (3) Students who have completed prior college coursework are required to submit official transcripts from any regionally accredited college/university previously attended. Applicants must be eligible to return to the college in which they were last enrolled. Students who are academically suspended from another college will not be considered for admission to Anderson University during the period of suspension. To be considered for admission students must have a minimum 2.0 GPA in their previous college coursework and must have completed the equivalent of ENG 101  with a grade of “C” or better. (4) Students who have completed less than 24 college transferable credit hours must also submit their high school diploma or proof of successful completion of a high school equivalency program, such as the General Educational Development (GED) testing program. A GED score of 2500 is required for consideration; (5) International students and students for whom English is not their first language will be required to submit official results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), with scores of at least 550 (paper), 220 (computer), or 75 (internet).

Contractual Admission Requirements

Students who have less than a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) on previous college courses or who have earned a score less than 2500 on the GED may be admitted conditionally based on the support of the school/college dean. Students granted conditional admission to the Post-Traditional Program will be required to sign an agreement stating that a GPA of at least 2.0 must be earned within the first two terms of enrollment to remain in the program. Thereafter, students will come under the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy listed in the Anderson University catalog.

Financing your Education

Anderson University offers a tuition discount for all Post-Traditional  students, which makes them ineligible for Institutional Scholarships through Anderson University. Preferred Partnership Grants are available to post-traditional students. Further, Post-Traditional students qualify for financial aid through federal and state funding. To apply for Federal and State Aid, students should submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on or before the priority deadline of May 1. For a complete listing of federal and state aid, please visit our website at www.andersonuniversity.edu. Accelerated students are not awarded financial aid until they have been accepted into the program and have pre-registered for their classes. Outside scholarships are an excellent resource that can be used to further subsidize your education. The Internet is a good tool to use to search for scholarships. Some of the more popular websites are listed on our web page.