Part-time undergraduates must satisfy the criteria set by the departments selected as their major and minor fields. However, although they must complete a minimum of 120 credits (60 of them at Manhattanville) they may do so over longer period of time.
Part-time students are urged to develop solid writing skills and to become conversant in the use of information technology in order to pursue academic research, and to acquire breadth, as well as depth, in studies. Part-time students must also complete the minimum number of credits in the liberal arts and sciences required by their specific degree program in order to meet New York State requirements for the bachelor's degree.
In addition to the major and minor, they are encouraged to plan their work so that they acquaint themselves with a variety of academic areas. A special advisor in the Academic Advising office assists part-time students in this effort.
For more information about pursuing your Bachelor of Arts degree on a part-time basis contact us at 914-323-5464, or by email at admissionsmville.edu.
Part-time undergraduates are not mandated to work within the Portfolio System, however they must also satisfy the criteria set by the departments for their major and minor fields. They may complete the required 120 credit minimum (60 of them at Manhattanville) over a longer period of time. Part-time students must complete the minimum number of credits in the liberal arts and sciences required by their specific degree program in order to meet New York State requirements for the bachelor's degree.
Evening Adult Learners APPEAL Programs
For those who would like to attend classes in the evening, Manhattanville's APPEAL degree programs offer adult students 21 and older the opportunity to complete their undergraduate degree (Bachelor's) or earn a dual degree (Bachelor's/Master's) at their own pace and on a schedule that works for them. Our Accelerated Professional Programs for Evening Adult Learners (APPEAL for short) are designed for the working professional. These programs are ideal for all different types of adult learners, including new students, transfers from community or four-year colleges, those with an Associate's Degree, and those transitioning from the military.
APPEAL provides adult students with the convenience of evening classes, accelerated formats, and personalized support. Earning potential and career opportunities expand with a completed degree, which is why we make it easy for adults to return to school.