Adams State University
208 Edgemont Blvd. Suite 3000
Alamosa, CO 81102
Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Tuition: $165 per credit hour
Payment Plan: None
Textbooks: Not included in Tuition
Transfer: Associate — 45 credit hours; Bachelor’s — 90 credit hours
Time Limit: 12 months
Degrees: Associate of Arts; Associate of Science; Associate of Science in Business Administration; Associate of Arts in Business Administration; Bachelor of Arts in Sociology (emphasis areas: Social Welfare, Criminology, Corrections, Law Enforcement); Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration; Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (emphasis areas: Management, Management Information Systems, Accounting, Small Business Management, Agricultural Business, General Business, Health Care Administration, Legal Studies, Marketing); Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
Course Categories: Art; Business; Criminal Justice; Economics; Education; English; Government; Health Care Administration; History; Human Performance and Physical Education; Interdivisional; Mathematics; Music; Philosophy; Psychology; Sociology; Women’s Studies
Course Delivery: Paper-based
Media Component: N/A
Catalog: 40-page catalog (2012); additional information (2013)
Application Fee: Waived for incarcerated students
Comments: Great school, great program. This is our favorite correspondence program.
School’s Comments: In today’s competitive professional market, higher education is critical to career placement and advancement. ASU understands that you don’t have time to search for educational programs and courses that meet your busy schedule. ASU’s offerings are designed with you in mind and can be completed at any location and at your own pace.
2013 School Comments: At Adams State University we know how important education is to all individuals, especially for those who happen to be incarcerated. Through correspondence courses, Adams State University provides an opportunity for incarcerated students to work for college credit and towards a degree. We have helped thousands of prisoners throughout the United States to reach their education goals.
Other Sections: Career; Graduate
Published Jul 23, 2013 by Christopher Zoukis, JD, MBA | Last Updated by Christopher Zoukis, JD, MBA on Apr 28, 2022 at 7:12 pm