The Online and Evening Program
The Online and Evening Program provides educational opportunities both in the classroom and online for working adults wishing to complete a baccalaureate degree. The Online and Evening Program offers an affordable, accelerated course of study for working adults and flexibility to allow students to complete their educational goals while meeting the demands of work and home. The Online and Evening Program has special reduced tuition, and Federal and state financial aid are available for qualified students. In addition, all classes are taught in 8-week terms. Students in the Online and Evening Program may take courses during the evening in the classroom program or they may elect to enroll in online courses. They may even take courses in a combination of classroom and online venues during any of the 6 terms during the academic year. New students may begin taking classes during any of the 6 terms.
The Evening Program has classroom sites in Charleston, Columbia, Florence, Gaffney, Greenville, and Aiken/North Augusta. The Evening Program offers courses using a hybrid model: classes meet two nights per week for 1-1/2 hours in a face-to-face classroom setting and meet via the internet for an additional learning session each week. Classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Courses in the Online Program have the same content as those taught in traditional face-to-face classes, except that the delivery of that content is via the Internet. The use of computers and Internet technology has allowed this delivery change and has enabled students to take courses wherever they are located or wherever they travel. Limestone has been providing Internet courses and degrees since 1996.
The Online and Evening Program offers majors in Business Administration, including concentrations in areas such as accounting, finance, management, marketing, and e-business. Computer Science majors may concentrate in areas such as Management Information Systems, Programming, or System Security. Criminal Justice, Elementary Education, Health Care Administration, Human Resources Management, Psychology, Social Work, and Liberal Studies majors are offered as well. Students should note that not all majors are offered at each site or online.
The attendance policy for the Online and Evening Courses are listed under the heading of Class Attendance.
For registration, information and the current schedule of Online and Evening Courses, please contact the Online and EveningProgram office or view the home page at www.limestone.edu/ec.
All Online and Evening students must apply and be accepted (please see Admission Procedures) for admission to Limestone College. Transfer credits are evaluated on an individual basis. Normally, courses with appropriate grades from regionally accredited institutions that correspond to Limestone courses are accepted. In addition, credit earned through standard examinations, military courses, and other training programs is usually accepted as recommended by the American Council on Education (ACE), as appropriate to the Limestone College curriculum.
For more information, please contact:
Limestone College - Online and Evening Program
Gaffney, South Carolina 29340
Toll-Free - 1-800-795-7151
Note: Online and Evening students are subject to all institutional regulations and policies.