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SCHOOL OF EXTENDED STUDIES (Division of Extended Academic Programs)
DIVISION OF EXTENDED ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
The division of Extended Academic Programs (EAP) emphasis is to make high quality educational opportunities readily available to working adults who wish to obtain their university degree or gain professional certifications. EAP has the capability to expand both programmatically and geographically to meet the professional development needs of local and global populations. Developing new delivery formats for existing majors, designing new majors through joint agreements with other educational institutions and businesses, and developing non-degreed professional certifications are only a few of the opportunities offered.
The ADCaP is an evening and Saturdays studies program that is part of the division of Extended Academic Programs. Evening course work is offered at three off-campus sites in San Antonio and also in Corpus Christi, Texas. Saturday coursework is offered at the Santa Rosa site in San Antonio. ADCaP is an accelerated program for working adults with six terms a year, each eight weeks in length, which gives students the ability to earn up to 36 hours of credit per year. The following undergraduate degrees are currently available:
This program is also part of the Division of Extended Academic Programs. It also offers courses in an accelerated format, with five eight-week terms each year. Universe Online offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs delivered totally online. The following undergraduate degrees are available:
Admission Requirements for Extended Academic Programs
To be eligible for this matriculation, students must meet the following criteria:
These conditions and requirements of Conditional and Non-Degree seeking admission will be stated in the admissions letter. Students who do not meet all requirements in the time frame stated will be removed from eligibility to enroll
This is an online program that is delivered to enlisted personnel of the US army. In the event that a student is accepted into the Universe Online program, it will be stipulated by the University that the soldier is the holder of a high school diploma/GED based on AUAO program requirements and assurances. Students in this program are active duty military, so age restrictions will not always apply when they are demonstrated to be good candidates for the online learning environment. Students in the AUAO program will be accepted for Non-Degree seeking status upon presentation to the Universe Online program. eArmyU students who are attending another host institution in the program are permitted to take courses at the university and are not required to submit a letter of good standing or official transcripts. Additionally, they are not limited to 24 semester hours, per institutional agreement with the U.S. Army. Conditions for admission, both Conditional and Unconditional, are identical to those stated above.