Access to Education for Community College Graduates
Earning your associate’s degree was a great first step! Park University makes it easy for you to complete your education goals. We partner with higher education institutions all over the nation to help students finish their degrees and make the transition process smooth.
Experience college in a traditional classroom setting by enrolling in Park University’s on-campus courses and programs. The personal one-on-one attention with professors and dynamic learning environment of a classroom set this option apart.
Learn anywhere. If a physical campus is not accessible, you can still continue to pursue your academic goals with our online courses. Park University’s online program is flexible, adaptable and will accommodate your academic needs.
Park University works with professionals to offer tuition discounts and assistance to help you to advance your career. Collaboratively, we complete financial aid applications and develop a financial aid plan that works best for you.
Bachelor, Graduate and Certificate Programs
Park University makes obtaining your educational goals easy and convenient. We offer online courses certified by Quality Matters. Online classes are scheduled in accelerated, eight-week terms that start five times each year: January, March, June, August & October. You can get started earning your degree right away!
- Park has been named as the top ranked value nationwide among private colleges and universities by Parents and Colleges, an online resource for parents of college-bound students, and has no out of state tuition.
Park University has articulation agreements with a number of community colleges. Use the Registrar’s site to discover Park transferable courses.
Park University accepts transfer credit from regionally accredited institutions for individual courses, as well as full associate degrees. If you hold an associate degree (excluding AAS) that required a minimum of 60 hours for completion, Park will allow you to apply that credit toward the General Education requirements of your bachelor’s degree program.
A maximum of 75 hours from all two-year school sources can be applied toward your Park undergraduate degree studies. Visit the Registrar section for information about transferring credit or contact an admissions representative for more information.
Receiving an advanced degree from Park University can expand your skill set, open the door to new opportunities, further your career and secure a better job.
Making the first step is easy, contact a campus representative and enroll in courses at Park University. Our flexible online class structure enables professionals to receive a degree which fits their busy lifestyles.
Articulation Agreements are formal, signed agreements between Park and other colleges and universities that will layout your course of study at the two year level to enable a seamless transition to Park University and the completion of your degree. Schools listed have articulations which are available by contacting the Articulation Officer in the Registrar’s Office.
For articulation agreement information or questions, contact:
State Fair Community College
Southwestern Illinois College
Sergeants Major Academy, Texas
Metropolitan Community College, Missouri
Kansas City Community College, Kansas
Georgia Military College, Georgia
Austin Community College, Texas