“The purpose of the name change is to more accurately communicate to our target groups for branding purposes,” said Dr. Jeff Fulks, director of Adult & Graduate Studies. “We want to make it clear that these programs are for adult learners.”
“Evangel University offers nine graduate degrees,” said Dr. Fulks. “Some are traditional, seated programs and some are hybrids — combining seated and online courses of study.”
Each program integrates faith and scholarly exploration to equip professionals to be leaders. Flexible scheduling allows students to balance career and family with their educational pursuits. Tuition rates are comparable to state universities.
The following graduate degrees are offered:
“Our Adult Studies programs are designed for working professionals who need to complete their degrees, while working around career and family obligations,” said Fulks.
Students entering with fewer than 60 hours of college credit will begin with foundational general education courses. Following completion of these courses, they will select a major and be admitted to the major cohort of approximately 20 adult working professionals.
The following bachelor’s degrees are offered as part of the Adult Studies Program:
For more information, contact Dr. Jeff Fulks at (417) 865-2811, ext. 8260.