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University College
209.946.2424
universitycollege@pacific.edu

Office: 1776 W. March Ln. Ste. 290, Stockton, CA 95207
Mail: 3601 Pacific Ave. Stockton, CA 95211

Bachelor of Science in Organizational Behavior

Finish what you started with a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Behavior! This program is offered at our Stockton campus. The goal of the program is to give you the critical thinking, leadership, human resources, financial management, and decision making skills required to lead companies in the 21st century.

We designed this program with busy adults in mind: 

  • 46% reduced tuition to meet the needs of adult students in our community
  • Convenient class format: evening classes combined with online learning
  • Financial aid, including scholarships, available for working adults
  • Finish in as few as 15-20 months in an accelerated format and cohort based programs
  • 8-week accelerated course structure
  • Earn your degree from a top university in the country


Application Process

Fill out the form below and we will help you through the application process to ensure your eligibility for any financial aid or scholarships available. 


Support Services
The staff at University College 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 choose to pursue completing your college degree at one of the top universities in the country. 

Admission into the Degree Completion Program is based on an evaluation of official transcripts from regionally accredited universities and colleges. Click here to schedule a meeting with a counselor to learn more about your particular eligibility.

Ideal candidates will meet the following qualifications:


Tuition
The University has reduced the tuition for this program from $1,579 to $734 per credit unit to meet the needs of adults in the community. This is a 46% 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.