An adult-friendly plan for earning an undergraduate degree.
(417) 836-6929 â€˘ (877) 678-2005 (Toll-free) MissouriState.edu/EveningCollegePlus
Why Evening College Plus is for you! Quality degree programs on a workable schedule Full and part-time scheduling options Evening advising services on-site Classes in a centralized location with easy access Scholarship opportunities
An adult-friendly plan for earning an undergraduate degree. Evening College Plus provides you with a clear and convenient pathway for earning an undergraduate degree taking evening and online courses. Through Evening College Plus you may first earn all your general education requirements* using evening, online, and iCourse scheduling, with either full 16-week semester or 8-week block (often blended) classes. Classes meet one or two times per week and you have the option to enroll in up to two classes in an evening to reduce your campus visits. Classes are also available that meet the College of Business admission requirements. You may then fulfill your degree program requirements with pathways combining evening, face-to-face as well as online and iCourse offerings. Other pathways may be completed 100% online. Please see below for degree program availability.
Degree Completion Pathways Available Combination Formats
n B.S. in Accounting n B.S. in Professional Writing
n B.A.S. in Technology Management n B.S. in Criminology & Criminal Justice n B.S. in General Business n B.S. in Technology Management
n B.S. in General Business n B.S. in Psychology
n B.S. in Communication n B.S. in Finance (Finance Option) n B.S. in Nursing Completion Program
*GEP (General Education Program) classes meet requirements toward the bachelorâ€™s degree, specifically the portion of the curriculum in which the University directly addresses the knowledge, skills, habits and dispositions of educated persons. Most students will complete the General Education program with 47 credit hours.
How to get started Full semester and first block classes begin August 19, 2013 (complete your application following the instructions below prior to July 20 in order to avoid the $35 late application fee). Second block classes begin October 14, 2013. 1. Apply for admission Go to www.missouristate.edu/apply 2. Submit your transcript Submit your transcripts for any college credits you have already earned (and your high-school transcript if you have less than 24 college credit hours).
Submit your transcript to: Office of Admissions, Missouri State University, 901 S. National Ave., Springfield, MO 65897
3. Apply for financial aid Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ 4. Schedule an advisor appointment Once you receive your admission letter, call (417) 836-6929 to meet with an advisor.
General Education Program (GEP) Requirements / College of Business Administration Requirements
Your advisor will help you form your schedule from the selection of classes below.
8-Week Block Offerings First Block • August 19 to October 9, 2013 Course Code Course Title CIS 101 Computers for Learning CIS 201 Computer Applications for Business GEP 101 First Year Foundations HST 104 World History After 1600 MGT 286* Business Communications
Time 5:30-8:20pm online 5:30-6:30pm 7-8:40pm online
Days Thursday online Tuesday Tuesday online
Course Format 8-week blended 8-week online 8-week blended 8-week blended 8-week online
Requirement Met GEP 2 requirement COB admission requirement GEP 1 requirement GEP 16 requirement COB admission requirement
Days Thursday Thursday Tuesday Tuesday online Tuesday
Course Format 8-week blended 8-week blended 8-week blended 8-week blended 8-week online 8-week iCourse
Requirement Met COB admission requirement GEP 2 requirement GEP 4 requirement GEP 22 requirement GEP 18 requirement GEP 16 requirement
Second Block • October 14 to December 5, 2013 Course Code Course Title ACC 201* Introduction to Financial Accounting CIS 101 Computers for Learning ENG 110* Writing I PLS 101 American Democracy and Citizenship PSY 121 Introductory Psychology REL 101 Literature and World of the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible
Time 5:30-7:20pm 5:30-8:20pm 5:30-8:15pm 7-9:30pm online 5:30-6:45pm
16-Week Offerings Full semester classes • August 19 to December 5, 2013 Course Code Course Title
COM 115 Fundamentals of Public Speaking online online 16-week online ENG 321* Writing II Beginning Technical Writing online online 16-week online GLG 171 Environmental Geology 6-7:50pm Tuesday 16-week lecture & Thursday GRY 135 Principles of Weather & Climate online online 16-week online HST 121 Survey of History of US to 1877 online online 16-week online LAW 231* Legal Environment of Business 5:30-8:20pm Wednesday 16-week lecture MTH 103* Intermediate Algebra online online 16-week online MTH 135* College Algebra 5:30-6:50pm Tuesdays 16-week iCourse (selected) MTH 135* College Algebra online online 16-week online QBA 237* Basic Business Statistics online online 16-week online SOC 150 Introduction to Society online online 16-week online
GEP 3 requirement GEP 5 and COB admission requirement GEP 8-15, no lab requirement
GEP 8-15 with lab requirement GEP 21 requirement COB admission requirement GEP 6 requirement – non COB majors) GEP 6 requirement & COB prerequisite) GEP 6 requirement & COB prerequisite) COB admission requirement GEP 17 requirement
Campus classes to be offered in Strong Hall or within close proximity. Schedule based on best information available at the time of printing. iCourses are pre-recorded lectures offered through iTunes U. *Prerequisites must be met Note: the entire Fall 2013 schedule can be found on the web at http://www.MissouriState.edu/ClassSchedule/ Use the “Public Web Page” if you do not have a current bear account
Degree Completion Pathways Program Offerings
The following courses (with degree pathway indicated) are scheduled Fall 2013, either in the evening or online. To ensure a smooth transition into the program, please schedule an initial appointment with your academic advisor. For more information, call (417) 836-6929. Course Code Course Title ACC 301 Intermediate Accounting ACC 311 Managerial Cost Accounting BUS 135 Introduction to Business CIS 429 Information Systems in Business CRM 210* Introduction to the American Criminal Justice System CRM 260* Criminal Law and the Courts CRM 270* Institutional and Community-Based Corrections CRM 320* Criminological Theory CRM 330* Juvenile Justice CRM 340* Research Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice ENG 377 Scientific and Technical Editing ENG 487 Analysis of Scientific Literature FIN 266 Principles of Real Estate FIN 380** Financial Management INS 211 Insurance INS 314 Employee Benefits and Social Insurance LAW 332 Debtor and Creditor Rights and Remedies MGT 340 Organizational Behavior and Management MGT 364 Operations Management MKT 350 Principles of Marketing PSY 150 Introduction to the Psychology Major PSY 200 Psychological Statistical Methods TCM 359 Principles of Project Management
Requirement Met Accounting Completion Degree, combination Accounting Completion Degree, combination Required for minor in General Business College of Business core requirement – majors other than Accounting or Computer Information Systems Online Criminal Justice Degree Online Criminal Justice Degree Online Criminal Justice Degree Online Criminal Justice Degree Online Criminal Justice Degree Online Criminal Justice Degree Professional Writing Completion Degree, combination Professional Writing Completion Degree, combination Online Finance Completion Degree College of Business core requirement General Business Completion Degree, combination General Business Completion Degree, combination College of Business core requirement College of Business core requirement College of Business core College of Business core Psychology Completion Degree, combination Psychology Completion Degree, combination Online Technology Management Completion Degree
*Complete CRM 210, 250, 260 and 270 before enrolling in required courses at the 300 level and above ** FIN 380 iCourse meets Tuesday mornings; Tuesday/Thursday late class meets 3:30-4:45pm This is a partial listing of the Class Schedule for Fall 2013 at Missouri State University. For the entire Class Schedule, go to http://www.missouristate.edu/ClassSchedule/ If you have a Missouri State login and password, you may use My Missouri State; otherwise, if you are simply viewing the Class Schedule prior to becoming a student, use the Public web page. You may also find “Fall 2013 Evening Course Listings” at http://outreach.missouristate.edu/eveningprograms.htm These entries have been sorted from the full Class Schedule, to reflect undergraduate and graduate classes meeting face-to-face or blended, and starting at 4pm or later, regardless of Missouri State campus. For “Fall 2013 online” classes, again sorted out of the full Class Schedule, go to http://apps.missouristate.edu/outreach/online/courses. php?semester=fall_2013 Missouri State is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution • 5/21/13