Workable Degrees are provided by the UMSL School of Professional & Continuing Studies through its Off-Campus Sites.

Part-Time Students

Workable Degrees from UMSL for part-time students fit today’s marketplace and are chosen for their value to employers. They are for working professionals, as many courses are provided online or have classroom components taught in the afternoon or early evening.

 Part-Time Student Degrees

Full-Time Students

Workable Degrees from UMSL for full-time students are provided at our partner community college campuses in your area. Our goal is to create a smooth, clear academic pathway to baccalaureate degrees for those transfer students who are interested in degree completion.

 Full-Time Student Degrees

Community College Partners

  • Jefferson College +

    UMSL began offering credit courses at Jefferson College in fall 1995. We offer a 2+2 program leading towards a bachelor's degree in Elementary/Special Education. All courses are three credit hours and meet on the semester schedule, unless otherwise noted. For Read More
  • Mineral Area College +

    UMSL began offering credit courses at Mineral Area College in fall 1999. We offer a 2+2 program in Social Work, courses that lead to a bachelor degree in Liberal Studies and a master's degree in Social Work and Nursing. All Read More
  • St. Charles Community College +

    UMSL began offering credit courses in St. Charles County in fall 1994. We offer courses leading towards a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Criminology and Liberal Studies, as well as a 2+2 program in Psychology and Nursing. In addition, the Read More
  • St. Louis Community College at Forest Park +

    UMSL started offering courses at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park in 2010. Students who are licensed registered nurses can complete the UMSL bachelor degree in nursing at the Forest Park campus. The courses are offered in an 8 Read More
  • St. Louis Community College South County Education & University Center +

    UMSL began offering credit courses on the SCEUC campus of St. Louis Community College in fall 2003. We offer courses leading towards a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Criminology or Liberal Studies. All courses are three credit hours and meet Read More
  • St. Louis Community College at Wildwood +

    UMSL began offering credit courses at the Wildwood campus of St. Louis Community College in fall 2007. We offer courses leading towards a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Elementary Education and Liberal Studies. All courses are three credit hours and Read More
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