The University of Tennessee Southern offers a full evening program for the pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree.
What is the Evening program?
The Evening program is a convenient and affordable way for working adults to earn a two- or four- year degree while maintaining a full-time job. With this program, students must only attend classes two nights each week. Classes are held on Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday evenings running through eight-week sessions. Students typically attend two classes each evening. There are six sessions within a year; therefore applications are accepted year-round. For students over the age of 21 the ACT exam is not required and the GED is accepted; however, placement testing may be required.
What does the Evening Program offer?
The Evening program offers Bachelor’s degrees in the following majors with a list of the recommended curriculum for each program:
- Business Administration with an emphasis Management
- Elementary Education with a K-5 licensure
- Behavioral Sciences with emphases in
- Human Services
- General Psychology
- Criminal Justice
Why choose the Evening Program?
The Evening program is designed for working adults, single parents, homemakers, retirees, dislocated workers, underemployed workers, veterans, and National Guard members. Since classes only meet two nights a week, it is possible to balance academic achievement with work and family life.
What financial aid is available?
92% of UT Southern students receive some type of financial aid to assist with expenses. Types of financial aid include but are not limited to:
- Federal Pell Grant
- Workforce Investment Act Grant
- Tennessee HOPE Scholarship – non-traditional component
- Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation Grant (TSAC)
- Federal Student Loan Programs
- Employee tuition reimbursement programs
For more information or to apply for state and federal grants, click here! (Use UT Southern code 003504)
For more information please contact
- Alyssa Spann, Director of Admissions