Bachelor Degree Completion Program
With a flexible schedule of courses offered in the evenings, on the weekends, and online, AUM is the perfect place to finish your bachelor’s degree.
Our undergraduate studies program is designed specifically to guide adult learners in thinking critically and acting responsibly along their journey of personal and professional growth. Antioch Midwest has supported adult students for 25 years in the Bachelor Degree Completion Program, making sure each individual’s needs are met. Whatever your circumstances – whether changes in family, community, or work roles – you have recognized a need to go back to school and become better prepared for your future and we are here to help you achieve your goals.
Discover Antioch Open Houses
Learn more about our BA degree completion program by attending the next Discover Antioch session at the AUM campus on July 13. You can talk with faculty and students and learn about how to pay for school. Register to attend at midwest.antioch.edu/discoverantioch!
Because you bring valuable life and work experience as well as former college credits, AUM’s undergraduate program is the most transfer-friendly, accredited completion program in the Miami Valley.
We transfer military credits, ACE and CLEP test credits, and credit the hours students have earned toward their RN license. We also offer an opportunity for Prior Learning Assessment which is a way for you to earn credit for previous work or skills training that you may have received outside of the college environment.
AUM has articulation agreements with Sinclair Community College, Clark State Community College, and many others. We believe that the winning combination is the transfer of your past hard work to our prestigious Antioch undergraduate program for you to finish your BA.
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Through one of our eight majors you can realize your potential and achieve your educational goals.
- Individualized Bachelor of Arts
- Creative Writing
- Early Childhood Education
- Health and Wellness
- Human Services Administration