Georgia College offers evening courses on its Milledgeville campus, (and for graduate students its commuter locations in Macon and Warner Robins). Evening programs allow you the opportunity to earn credit in certain programs to obtain a bachelor’s or master’s degree by attending classes only in the evenings. The general education requirement (Core) can also be completed by taking evening classes on the main campus. Although senior division courses are available in various departments, bachelor’s degrees are available at night in limited areas. These include accounting, information systems, criminal justice, English, history, logistics, management, nursing, and political science. For graduate students, some of these will require that some courses be taken at the University’s various commuter centers and campuses. Contact the Chairperson of the appropriate department for details.
Prospective students should be advised that it will probably take a longer time to receive a degree by doing evening work rather than attending day classes or a combination of day and evening classes.
Specific information on current program availability, scheduling and registration may be obtained by calling the Office of the Registrar at (478) 445-6286 or visit www.gcsu.edu/registrar.