Evening Degree Completion Program
Pacific's Evening Degree program allows you to get a Bachelor of Science Degree in 20 months without sacrificing your day job! The goal of the program is to give adult students the critical thinking leadership, human resources, financial management and decision making skills required to lead companies in the 21st century.
The Evening Degree Completion Program is designed to meet the work schedules of adult learners wanting to earn their Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Behavior. A new cohort begins every fall focusing on those talents and skills that leaders need in order to succeed and thrive in today's knowledge economy. Classes run from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday nights and are held at the University's Center for Professional and Continuing Education building (1776 W. March Lane, Suite 290, Stockton, CA).
The Organizational Behavior major is an intensified program consisting of 54 units of coursework to be applied toward the 124 units required for the Bachelor of Science degree.
- 20-month degree program.
- 2 courses taken every eight weeks.
- 4 hour class sessions taken twice a week.
- Each course is worth 3 units.
- 12 units of credit completed every traditional semester
Courses are taught by faculty members whose academic credentials and expertise make them leaders in their respective fields.
Their teaching methods include a variety of formats, among them group discussions of case studies.
Students, in turn, bring issues from the workplace into the classroom, where theoretical concepts are given practical applications in decision-making and problem solving situations.
The staff at CPCE is committed to assisting you through the college admission and financial aid process. We provide personalized service that supports adult learners like you. It is our hope that you will continue to pursue completing your college degree at the University of the Pacific.
Admission into the Evening Degree Completion Program is based on an evaluation of official transcripts from regionally accredited universities and colleges. All applicants are required to meet the following requirements:
- Completion of at least 60 semester units of credit (70 preferred)
- A minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.50
- Completion of the University of the Pacific’s general education requirements
The following is a list of courses that are required to complete the Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational Behavior:
|Course Name||Course Name|
|Introduction to Organizational Behavior||Advanced Professional Writing|
|Social Psychology||Introduction to Organizational Communication|
|Professional Communication||Organizational Structure, Design and Analysis|
|Computer Concepts and Applications||Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis|
|Economic Principles and Problems||Public Relations: Principles and Marketing|
|Organizational Social Psychology||Applied Research|
|Organizational and Managerial Development||Issues in Human Resource Management|
|Semantics and Critical Thinking for Adults||Introduction to Ethical Theories|
|Research Methods: Quantitative and Qualitative||Issues in Decision Making|
The University has reduced the tuition for this program from $1,160 to $734 per credit unit to meet the needs of adults in the community. This is a 36 percent reduction in tuition costs.
Financial aid opportunities are available to help cover the cost of education. It is important that the Free Application for Federal Student Aid(FAFSA) be filled out and results submitted to the University of the Pacific to determine financial aid eligibility. The FAFSA form is available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov and results should be submitted to the University of the Pacific, Code 001329.