Earn Your Adult Undergraduate Degree
Friends University can put you on a successful path toward earning your degree. We offer on-campus and online bachelor’s and master’s degrees for busy adults. We know you’re balancing tight schedules and many demands on your time. That’s why we offer a variety of degree programs and formats and we’ll work with you to create a successful degree completion plan. Our faculty members understand your needs as an adult learner and are committed to your success.
Earn your undergraduate degree.
Adult Undergraduate Program Highlights
Eight successful adult undergraduate degree programs
We offer a format that works with your schedule and life: take classes in the evening on campus or online. Tuition is competitively priced and there are many financial aid opportunities available. Your dedicated admission counselor will guide you through the application, enrollment and beginning financial aid processes. We’ll even order your transcripts for you from the other colleges and universities you attended!
Award Winning Programs
Many of our adult graduate programs have won multiple awards for excellence
Preparing You For Success
Our success coaches will carefully review your transfer credits and prior learning to give you maximum academic credit. Then they’ll work with you to make a map to your graduation.
Experienced faculty bring practical, relevant industry knowledge to the classroom – information you can use on the job right away.
New Criminal Justice program
Launching in fall 2020 is our new criminal justice program.
Cyber Security Certificates
Three certificates to choose from. And with our Cyber Security program, the CompTIA Security+ is included for free!
Most of our adult degree holders earn more than the Census Bureau median for bachelor’s degree holders in the Wichita Metro Area, Sedgwick County and Kansas. We have a median reported salary of more than $50,000!
Earn your adult undergraduate degree.
The accounting degree for returning undergraduates concentrates on core accounting and business theory with special attention to decision making and situational analysis.
Friends University’s bachelor of business administration degree prepares you for a successful career in a variety of different business activities using a unique blend of cross-disciplinary business courses. The business management program includes accounting, finance, management, marketing and information systems.
The Friends University bachelor of science in computer information systems (CIS) program is designed to prepare students for careers in the challenging and ever-changing field of computer information technology. Students are prepared across a cross-disciplinary sequence of courses in management, accounting, marketing, finance and information systems.
Contemporary issues in criminal law, management and organizational skills, social concerns, community relations, criminal psychology, budget and planning, criminal investigation and forensics are just some of the areas of instruction in the criminal justice adult degree program.
The Bachelor’s Degree in Cyber Security (BSCS) is offered in the evenings, on-campus and is designed to prepare you to pursue a career in cyber security by developing a comprehensive understanding of the cyberspace environment.
As elementary education majors, students have the opportunity to earn their elementary education degree and make a difference in the lives of children every day. The elementary education program in the College of Adult and Professional Studies prepares adult students to teach grades K-6.
The Bachelors of General Studies (BGS) degree is developed for you to design and accomplish! It is available for adult learners who desire to understand a wide-range of interesting subjects that fit into an existing career or propel the BGS graduate into the next career.
The psychology program in the College of Adult and Professional Studies is a practice-oriented degree designed to prepare adults to work in the helping professions or to go on to graduate school. Most classes are offered in the evenings so adult students can maintain their work, family and other responsibilities.