Many part-time undergraduates come to SHU’s University College to complete their education after a lengthy absence from college. Other students transfer directly from a community college, professional program or after accumulating significant real-world experience.
The convenience of taking daytime, evening, online, Saturday and accelerated classes combined with our generous transfer credit policy make Sacred Heart University the ideal choice for part-time students who are prepared to purse their associate, bachelor's or pre-professional programs.
Learn more about our undergraduate part-time degrees and programs:
A - Z Academic Program Listing
A complete listing of all undergraduate degree programs, most of which can be completed on a part-time basis depending on the criteria of the program.
General Studies Degree
Customize your education with SHU’s General Studies major. Our bachelor's degree program is developed specifically for adult students who are interested in designing a multidisciplinary curriculum.
Professional Studies Degree
This degree-completion program offers you three unique concentrations and is designed for adult students who are looking to transfer completed college credits to obtain their bachelor's degree
Bachelor of Science in Health Science/The Leadership Track
The Leadership Track is designed for part-time and/or adult students who hold an associate degree in an allied health or closely related field. Also, if you’ve worked in the health care industry for more than two years, this degree will propel your career path by providing insights into management and leadership issues related to the health care environment.
Speech-Language Pathology Online Prerequisite Series (SLP-OPS)
The Speech-Language Pathology Online Prerequisite Series (SLP-OPS) at Sacred Heart University prepares students who have earned Bachelor’s degrees in other fields to apply for admission to graduate programs in SLP, at SHU and/or other universities. Visit the SLP-OPS page for details.
Sacred Heart University offers four associate degree programs, which fall in two general categories: Associate in Arts (AA) in General Studies, with specialties in 20 fields, and the career-based Associate in Science (AS) is offered in three fields. If your long-term goals are upward mobility and career advancement, then our associate degree were designed with you in mind.
In addition to bachelor's, associate and non-credit programs University College offers you:
- Center for Financial Education Programs
- Certificate Programs
- Online Degree Programs
- English as a Second Language
- Military/Veteran Programs
- Credit for Work or Life Experience
- Taste of College
Our academic advisors can help determine the best path for you. They will match specific courses and programs with your academic interests and goals and provide substantial guidance from the application process through graduation.