Online & Evening Program at a Glance
Many working adults have a goal to complete a college education, but juggling work and family can be a challenge. Limestone College Extended Campus provides the opportunity for working adults to further their education, work full-time, and be there for their family. Courses are offered in eight-week terms with six terms per year. Students can take two courses each Term, thus earning 36 semester hours in a year. Classes are designed specifically for adult students with two convenient options: evening or online classes.
The online degree program at Limestone College makes it easy for those who aren’t able to attend traditional college programs in their area. Courses offered in the Internet program have the same content as those taught in traditional courses. Internet courses are designed for students to take classes at any time and any place, which makes it easier to fit pursuing an education into a busy life.
With eight convenient locations throughout South Carolina, we offer the flexibility for working adults to take classes in the evening. Classes are small and offer individualized learning. Our accelerated 8-week format allows students to complete a degree sooner than traditional 16-week programs.
What do you want to study?
Where are you in your journey?
Why should I choose Limestone College?
Is Limestone’s Evening and Online program accredited?
How long will it take to get my degree with the Online and Evening program?
The time it takes to complete your degree depends on several factors. Once you have been accepted to Limestone, your Advisor can help you map out a plan with a timeline to finish your degree. 1. If you have previously attended another college, you may transfer up to 66 semester hours from regionally accredited two-year colleges and up to 92 hours from regionally accredited four-year colleges to pursue a Bachelor’s degree. 2. In addition, students may earn credit by taking nationally developed examinations or by Limestone College developed tests. Limestone College accepts credit based on the Advanced Placement Exams (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), and Defense Activity for NonTraditional Education Support (DANTES) Subject Standardized Test (DSST). 3. You must obtain a passing score on these tests as recommended by the American Council on Education (ACE). A maximum of twenty-five percent (25%) of all degree requirements may be earned by credit through examination. Evening and Classroom program students can normally complete 36 credits a year. A Bachelor’s degree requires a minimum of 123 credit hours and an Associate’s Degree requires a minimum of 31 credit hours.
What if I’ve already taken courses at another college, can I transfer that credit?
How many classes will I need to take at a time?
Will I need to be online at designated times?
My company offers tuition reimbursement; can I use those funds to pay for my degree at Limestone?
How much does it cost to attend Limestone’s Evening and Online program?
What are the requirements to enter an Associate or Bachelor’s degree program at Limestone?
Where are evening classes held?
What is the evening class schedule?
I’ve never taken a class online. What is it like?
How do I apply for admission to Limestone’s Evening and Online program?