2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog - Belmont University

University College

Valerie Nichols, Program Manager
Mimi Barnard, Assistant Provost Interdisciplinary Studies & Global Education

Vision:

Through the University College, Belmont University addresses the learning needs of adult, non-traditional students. Because traditional four-year degree programs cannot accommodate the educational needs of many adults, the University College provides opportunities to pursue education based on individualized goals and flexible time schedules through degree-granting programs and continuing education experiences.

Office of Adult Degree Programs

The Office of Adult Degree Programs provides interdisciplinary, university-wide support that enables adult students to complete their degrees through programs which feature flexible time schedules and innovative course offerings. This office currently makes available six degree programs: the Professional Bachelor of Business Administration, the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies, the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Ministry, the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations Management, the RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and the Bachelor of Social Work

Admission

Degree Seeking Students – Students who wish to pursue one of the degree programs offered through the Adult Degree Programs must follow the admissions process found in this bulletin. Applications are available from the Office of Adult Degree Programs.

Non-Degree Seeking Students – Persons who wish to take courses through the University College, but are not pursuing a degree, may apply as a “Non-Degree Seeking Student.”