Quinnipiac University's part-time programs are designed with adult students in mind, with highly marketable degrees and certificates, flexible schedules, creative payment plans and more.
The University strives to help adult students make the most of demands of work or family that may make it difficult to complete a degree in the traditional manner. Quinnipiac offers the part-time student an opportunity to attend classes and pursue a degree with flexible scheduling and customized degree programs. Quinnipiac offers a variety of ways to use previous collegiate and noncollegiate learning experiences to award college credit and shorten the time needed to earn a degree.
Part-time students are an integral part of the University and benefit from the resources of Quinnipiac's highly regarded Schools of Business and Engineering, Communications, Health Sciences, and College of Arts and Sciences. Instruction is provided by faculty experienced in working with adult students. Departmental chairpersons and select faculty work with part-time students as adademic advisers. Free tutoring services are available in the Learning Commons, which maintains evening hours.
Quinnipiac also recognizes student financial needs through creative payment plans and financial assistance. Part-time students receive personal service from a committed staff and faculty.
Students can earn a bachelor's—or work toward a certificate—through Quinnipiac's part-time studies programs. Degrees are offered in the arts and sciences, business and health sciences.
Quinnipiac University Online
Part-time students can take distance-learning courses through Quinnipiac University Online. Both undergraduate and graduate courses are offered. Quinnipiac University Online offers graduate degrees in business administration, business administration in healthcare management, information technology, interactive media, organizational leadership, occupational therapy and teacher leadership. Learn more about earning a degree online.