The BS in Workforce Development is an online bachelor's degree completion program designed for busy working adults seeking flexible and convenient way to finish their degree. Students who have completed an associate's degree can complete this 60-hour degree program to earn their Bachelor of Science degree. Some of the specific benefits of this online coursework include
With all courses online, workplace or geographically-bound students may be able to take two to three courses (six to nine hours) each semester. By taking nine hours each semester, students can complete the program in two and a half years.
The BS in Workforce Development program has two emphasis areas to choose from:
To be eligible for the program, students must have completed 64-hours or more in an associate degree, and meet the 25-hour general education requirement. See description below.
If the following General Education requirements have not been fulfilled as part of the student's Associate Degree program, then prior to completion of the BS degree, the student must have completed each of the following General Education requirements, any of which may have been part of the Associate Degree. These courses are in addition to the 60 hours offered by Pittsburg State University.
MATH 113 or approved math substitute course
Total hours required for Bachelor of Science with a major in Workforce Development degree (124 hours)