Earn an Accelerated Associate of Arts degree with an emphasis in business or liberal arts. The degree-completion program at MidAmerica Nazarene University is convenient and comprehensive—with online and on-campus options with flexible scheduling and accelerated learning.
You Should Know:
Meets on-site or online, 1 night per week
Fulfill 60-63 credit hours at $190 per credit hour
Complete your Associate's Degree in 18-20 months
Attend classes in Olathe or Liberty or online
Upcoming Start Dates*
Whether your end goal is an associate's degree or to earn credit toward a bachelor's degree, we can help you get there with convenient evening, online and weekend seminar-style courses. Schedule classes at your own pace and convenience. Begin your journey now in Olathe, Liberty or online with an emphasis in Business or Liberal Arts to further your career or personal goals.
Our business emphasis degree can be earned completely online. This online format offers a set curriculum that is already planned just for you. All you need to do is simply follow the planned courses and you'll be on your way to earning a business-based associates degree. Even better? The business emphasis perpares you to take the next stop in continuing a business-focused bachelor's degree program.
*For information on our priority application deadlines and registration deadlines, please contact us at 913-971-3800 or at email@example.com.
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