- What is Weekend/Evening College?+-
Weekend/Evening College at Mount Saint Mary’s University is a fully accredited university degree program designed for working adults. It features a blending of face-to-face classroom instruction and interaction with fellow students on select weekends and evenings, hybrid classes, and online courses taught by the faculty of Mount Saint Mary’s University.
- When is Weekend/Evening College?+-
The Weekend/Evening College office opens at 8 a.m. on weekdays appointments available from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. As needed appointments are一道本不卡免费高清 available after 5 p.m. During the six non-consecutive Weekend format classes, our office is open from 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. on Saturday and 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. on Sunday.
- Is Weekend/Evening College an “accelerated” degree program?+-
一道本不卡免费高清No, it’s not. Weekend/Evening College is designed to provide a complete college experience, based on a traditional curriculum where the content has been redesigned to fit the lifestyle of today’s working adult.
- Can I attend Weekend/Evening College as a part-time student, or is it only for full-time students?+-
一道本不卡免费高清The choice is yours. Weekend/Evening College is for both part- and full-time students. It's up to you how quickly you pursue your degree, based on your personal and professional commitments.
- What GPA does Weekend/Evening College require for admission?+-
一道本不卡免费高清Weekend/Evening College has a 2.0 Cumulative GPA requirement for admission to the program. Our requirements also include:
- A completed and signed application with your application fee paid
- A personal interview
- Official transcripts from all the colleges and universities you've previously attended (if any)
- Official high school transcripts reflecting graduation or your GED if you've completed less than 24 transferrable college units
- Two (2) Letters of Recommendation
- A two-page Typed Essay
- I have units or credits from another higher education institution. Can I transfer them to Weekend/Evening College?+-
Our counselors will examine your credits from other academic institutions and let you know how many will transfer toward your degree progress at Weekend/Evening College. We accept credits earned at regionally accredited institutions for courses considered equivalent to those in Weekend/Evening College's baccalaureate curriculum. For more information on credit transfers, please contact a Mount counselor.
- Who are the faculty of Weekend/Evening College?+-
一道本不卡免费高清The very same instructors who teach weekday classes at Mount Saint Mary's University also teach for Weekend/Evening College.
- Is Weekend/Evening College co-educational?+-
While most programs at Mount Saint Mary's University are primarily for women, Weekend/Evening College is co-educational, just like our graduate and nursing programs. Men and women are encouraged to apply.
- How much does Weekend/Evening College cost?+-
Our per-unit tuition fee is currently $762. Most of our Weekend/Evening College classes are 3 units, meaning your cost for one class (separate of other enrollment fees) would be $2,286. Learn more about Weekend/Evening College costs and fees.
- How many classes can I take at a time?+-
一道本不卡免费高清Weekend/Evening College students can enroll in between one (1) and four (4) classes a semester. 4 classes a semester is considered full-time, 3 classes a semester is considered 3/4-time, and 2 classes a semester is considered half-time.
- How do I know which classes to take?+-
一道本不卡免费高清Your Mount advisor will assist you with course selection and will stay with you every step of the way, ensuring your success in the Weekend/Evening College program. You can reach Mount advisors by phone, email, fax, or in person during the week, and on face-to-face instructional weekends at the Doheny campus.
- How much time can I expect to spend on homework?+-
一道本不卡免费高清Plan to spend at least two hours per unit, per week, in study time. For example, if you take one 3-unit course, you'll need to study six hours per week for that course.
- When I graduate, does my diploma say “Weekend/Evening College”?+-
No - you will receive the very same Mount Saint Mary's University diploma as students attending our weekday program.
- What if I need to take a semester off due to professional or personal issues?+-
一道本不卡免费高清No problem - you may take a maximum of three semesters off without having to reapply to Weekend/Evening College.
- I might need to miss weekend classes now and again. What are Weekend/Evening College’s attendance policies?+-
Regular class attendance is essential一道本不卡免费高清 for academic success in Weekend/Evening College. Instructors may set their own attendance rules, but the following is generally accepted:
- If you know that you'll need to miss an entire class weekend, do not enroll in that semester
- If an emergency arises, it may be possible to make up missed work (at your instructors' discretion), though it is quite difficult due to the weekend format
- If you miss two class weekends (which equals one-third of the semester), you will not pass those courses
- If I drop a course, do I receive a refund?+-
You may, depending on when you submit an approved Drop/Add form to the Office of the Registrar. Learn more about date requirements and refund percentages.
- How much are books?+-
Plan to spend about $75 to $125 for each 3-unit course's book requirements.
- How long does it take to graduate?+-
Weekend/Evening College is designed to allow working adults to complete a four-year bachelor's degree program in four years. To do so, you'll need to complete 9-12 units per semester and maintain year-round attendance.
- When is the Weekend/Evening College office open?+-
We are open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., and on face-to-face instructional weekends, on the Doheny campus.
- How can I learn more about Weekend/Evening College?+-
一道本不卡免费高清We recommend you attend one of our Information Sessions, held at the Doheny Campus of Mount Saint Mary's University, where you'll attend Weekend/Evening College's face-to-face classes. Information session are held periodically. Reserve your place at an upcoming session now.
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