Off-Campus Programs Offered
Are you looking to further your current degree but still stay close to home? Is your degree in Business, Education, Liberal Studies, Nursing, Psychology, or Social Work?
Then we are the right place for you!!
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
To further your education beyond a two year degree this is where you want to come. We do hold a partnership with St Louis Community College at Wildwood for this program. This two-year degree completion program is designed for students who have completed the Associate of Arts degree at the community college. Many of the UMSL courses will be delivered on the Wildwood campus, thereby providing students with the flexibility and convenience of taking courses in their own community. The program provides additional flexibility with online course offerings. Some courses are also offered at St. Charles Community College, as well as at the St. Louis Community College South County Education and University Center.
The UMSL degree in Business Administration provides a thorough understanding of the fundamental areas in business, including: finance, accounting, information systems, logistics, marketing and management. The curriculum is designed to prepare students for the diverse environment of the business world.
For more information on our business program please visit College of Business Administration.
Please review our General Business Program Brochure.
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education 1-6
Special Education Certification K-12
Education is a complex and rewarding field. It takes many types of education professionals to prepare our children, youth and adults for an ever-changing world. Our College of Education’s faculty, staff and community partners are committed to providing experiences to build the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in multiple education settings and occupations. These careers include teachers, principals and superintendents for K – 12 districts, schools and classrooms; teachers and administrators for informal education organizations like museums, zoos and nature centers; counselors and mental health professionals for schools, hospitals, corporate employee assistance programs, clinics and private settings; adult educators and trainers for a variety of career and vocational centers; and higher education leaders and instructors for community colleges, career technical schools, and four-year colleges and universities.
The UMSL Off-Campus Degree Completion Program offers these opportunities at Jefferson College, St. Charles Community College, and St. Louis Community College at Wildwood. For more information about the College of Education at UMSL, please visit the College of Education website.
Let us help prepare you for your career in the education field!
Liberal Studies Program
Bachelor of Liberal Studies
The Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) is a degree program that enables students to combine structured academic emphases in ways more relevant to your interests, profession, or area of expertise than the standard academic major. The BLS degree provides a framework to assemble all of the educational opportunities that may be locally available into a coherent four-year educational program. Most of the total degree requirements can be transferred from accredited institutions. Coursework completed at community colleges or other accredited colleges and universities can be applied toward the degree, as can applicable courses taken at the University of Missouri—St. Louis, whether on or off campus. The BLS may serve as a terminal degree or as preparation for graduate school, professional school, or employment in business, government or industry.
Areas of Study include:
- Art History
- Business Administration
- Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Foreign Languages and Literature
- Mathematics and Computer Science
- Physics and Astronomy
- Political Science
- Theater, Dance and Media Studies
- Women’s and Gender Studies
Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The UMSL College of Nursing recognizes registered nurses as busy adult learners who are licensed professionals, often with years of experience. The RN to BSN program offers registered nurses the opportunity to continue their education through flexible and convenient programs, without repeating courses and experiences commonly completed as part of an Associate's degree or diploma nursing program.
The RN to BSN plan of study is designed to be completed in six consecutive terms (four academic semesters and two summer terms), and takes two years to complete. Coursework for the two year program is offered via the Internet, on the UMSL campus, off-campus at selected hospitals and community colleges, or in telecommunication centers at convenient area locations. Students may attend classes one evening per week at an outreach site in the St. Louis area. Classes take place one evening per week from 6:00 pm to 8:40 pm. The day of the week will vary according to the location at which the program is being offered.
Let us help you extend your Nursing Skills!
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
The undergraduate Psychology program at UMSL ranks in the top 15% in the U.S., and our PhD programs are ranked in the top 50 programs nationwide. Our faculty have earned numerous prestigious awards for exemplary research productivity and excellence in teaching. Our professors are more than just award-winning teachers, as they also conduct research to generate new knowledge in Psychology and they bring this expertise into the classroom. In addition to the general areas of Clinical Psychology, Behavioral Neuropsychology, and Industrial/Organizational Psychology, our faculty have further expertise in Trauma Studies, Aging, Endocrinology and Nonverbal Communication.
The UMSL Off-Campus Degree Completion Program offers this opportunity at St. Charles Community College.
Social Work Programs
Bachelor of Social Work
Master of Social Work
Few occupations can offer the variety found in social work. Social workers are found in public agencies, private businesses, hospitals, clinics, schools, nursing homes, private practices, police departments, courts and countless other places. Social workers serve individuals, families and communities. They are managers, supervisors and administrators. They serve at all levels of government. They are educators, therapists and researchers. They are also elected political leaders and politicians. Careers in social work include careers in the fields of Gerontology, Child Welfare, Justice/Corrections, Mental Health/Clinical Social Work, Developmental Disabilities, Employment/Occupational Social Work, Public Welfare, Communities, Administration, Management and Public Interest Groups.
Let us help you help others in need!
At Mineral Area College we offer both Full-Time and Part-Time status for our Bachelor of Social Work. Please review our Masters of Social Work Brochure. For more information about the School of Social Work at UMSL, please visit the School of Social Work website.