Associate Degrees

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Associate degree areas offered at the Montgomery campus

Associate of Arts/Science in Liberal Arts 

The Associate of Arts/Science degree is typically understood as one that concentrates on a significant amount of writing, reading, critical thinking and research. Often, the associate of arts/science degree is contrasted with math, science, or business. In reality, many associate of arts/science graduates are employed in every imaginable field and walk of life. According to Fortune Magazine, nearly one-third of all CEO's received a liberal arts degree.

Computer & Information Science

This program focuses on the problem solving skills and techniques needed to provide computer-based solutions to practical problems, integrating fundamental practical knowledge in the fields of software engineering, database systems, programming languages, and computer networks.

Legal Studies

From understanding the fine print, to administering a big case, our Legal Studies program provides the background that can put you out front in the legal profession. Courses such as legal research, criminal evidence, family and property law, and probating wills are combined with directed studies and professional internship. Gain the skills and education that will make you a courted professional in the field of law.

Calendar

Evening and Weekend Programs

Note: Dates below are applicable to core curriculum courses and psychology programs only. For BCJ, HRM, BSB and BBA courses please see individual program calendar.

All transactions for adding, dropping or withdrawing from a class must take place before 5 pm Monday.

Note: Neither Saturday nor Monday classes have add privileges after the first class has met.

Class Schedule

Summer 2019

Core curriculum and psychology degrees only. For BCJ, HRM and BBA please see appropriate bachelor degree page. Subject to change.

Thursday (16 week)

  • LS 2304 Paralegal Ethics; staff (6 – 10 pm)

Module 1 On Ground Courses

Module 1:  April 29 – June 20
Evening Classes:

Monday

  • LS 1320 Law Office Management; Davis, Cathy (6-10 pm)

Tuesday/Thursday

  • BIO 1300 Perspectives of Biology; Price, Elsa (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • COU 2330 Parent-Child Relationships; Camp, Beth A (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • EH 1301 English Composition I; Elam, Carolyn (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • EH 2303 Survey American Literature I; Mendenhall, Allen (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • PY 2301 Developmental Psychology; Cahoon, Alison R. (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • BI 1316 Biblical Worldview II; Nall, Benjie (6 – 10 pm)
  • MH 1300 College Mathematics; Larcheveaux, Aubrey (6 – 10 pm)
  • PS 2308 American Constitutional Govt; Norris, Debbie (6 – 10 pm)

16 Week Online Courses

  • PS 3320 Roots of American Constitution; Plunkett, Grover

Module 1 Online Courses

Module 1:

  • BI 1315 Biblical Worldview I; Gee, Jimmy
  • BI 1316 Biblical Worldview II; Martin, Mark
  • BI 2319 Christian Ethics; Kingsley, Andrew
  • BIO 1300 Perspectives of Biology; Staff
  • BIO 1301 Principles of Biology I; Afangideh, Uduak
  • COU 2320 Introduction to Counseling; Ours, Chris
  • EH 1301 English Composition I; Wright, Mike
  • EH 1303 Speech Communication; South, Jason
  • HU 2315 Western Tradition I; Staff
  • MH 1300 College Mathematics; Larcheveaux, Aubrey
  • PE 1300 Principles of Lifetime Fitness; Clemons, Donna
  • PY 1100 Seminar: Foundations in Psycho; Guy, James
  • PY 1310 Introduction to Psychology; Cahoon, Alison R.
  • PY 3360 Social Psychology; Guy, James
  • SRF 2350 Sport, Recreation, and Fitness; Clemons, Donna

Module 2 On Ground Courses

Module 2: June 25 –  August 15
Evening Classes:

Tuesday/Thursday

  • COU 2360 Personal and Social Adjustment; Camp, Beth A (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • EH 1302 English Composition II; Elam, Carolyn (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • BI 2318 Understanding Biblical Lit; Nall, Benjie (8 -10 pm)
  • FACE1300 College Edge: Success in Aca; Ottinger, Marie (8 -10 pm)
  • MH 1338 Finite Math; Betts, Kennita (8 -10 pm)

Module 2 Online Courses

Module 2:

  • BI 1315 Biblical Worldview I; Edwards, Terry
  • BI 1316 Biblical Worldview II; Martin, Mark
  • BI 2318 Understanding Biblical Lit; Gee, Jimmy
  • BI 3311 Marriage & Family Relations; Hester, David
  • COU 3313 Human Sexuality;  Coyle, Becky A.
  • EH 1302 English Composition II; Wright, Mike
  • HU 2325 Western Tradition II; Shirley, Taten
  • HY 2320 American Cultural Heritage; Hicks, Dixie
  • MH 1300 College Mathematics; Betts, Kennita
  • PE 1300 Principles of Lifetime Fitness; Brown, Terry
  • PHY 1305 Princ. of Physical Science II; Cunningham, Debra
  • PY 2301 Developmental Psychology; Fincher, Anna
  • PY 3340 Theories of Personality; Adjunct Instructor
  • SRF 1101 Foundations of HEAL; Clemons, Donna
  • SY 2328 Introduction to Sociology; Renahan, Buddy

Fall 2019

Core curriculum and psychology degrees only. For BCJ, HRM and BBA please see appropriate bachelor degree page. Subject to change.

Module 1 On Ground Courses

Module 1:  August 19 – October 10
Evening Classes:

Tuesday

  • LS 1300 Introduction to Paralegalism; Davis, Cathy (6-10 pm)

Tuesday/Thursday

  • BIO 2320 Man and His Environment; Price, Elsa (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • COU 2310 Marriage & Family Development; Cahoon, Alison R. (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • EH 1301 English Composition I; Elam, Carolyn (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • PE 1300 Principles of Lifetime Fitness; Camp, Beth A  (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • BI 1315 Biblical Worldview I; Nall, Benjie (8 – 10:10 pm)
  • HY 1301 U.S. History to 1877; Huggins, Shannon (8 – 10:10 pm)
  • MH 1300 College Mathematics; Larcheveaux, Aubrey (8 – 10:10 pm)

16 Week Online Courses

  • FY 2330 Parent-Child Relationships; Wages, Steve
  • HU 3310 Philosophy and the Good Life; Shirley, Taten
  • MH 1338 Finite Math; Turner, David
  • SRF 2301 Personal Training Cert; Clemons, Donna

Module 1 Online Courses

Module 1: August 19 – October 12

  • BI 1315 Biblical Worldview I; Gee, Jimmy
  • BI 1316 Biblical Worldview II; Martin, Mark
  • BI 2319 Christian Ethics; Gleaves, Scott
  • BI 3311 Marriage & Family Relations; Hester, David
  • BIO 1300 Perspectives of Biology; Staff
  • CIS 1301 Intro to Comp & Info Science; Casimir, Belinda
  • CIS 2306 Computer Programming II; Casimir, Belinda
  • CIS 2350 Intro to Database Concepts; Raza, Syed Q.
  • CJ 1300 Intro to Criminal Justice; Moore, Bobby
  • COU 2320 Introduction to Counseling; Ours, Chris
  • COU 3370 Group Dynamics; Adjunct Instructor
  • EH 1301 English Composition I; Wright, Mike
  • EH 1303 Speech Communication; South, Jason
  • HU 2315 Western Tradition I; Staff
  • HY 1302 U.S. History 1877-Present; Hicks, Dixie
  • LAT 1301 Latin I; Pittman, Teresa
  • LS 3340 Principles of Litigation; Staff
  • MH 1300 College Mathematics; Larcheveaux, Aubrey
  • PE 1300 Principles of Lifetime Fitness; Brown, Terry
  • PE 2315 First Aid; Buchanan, Billy
  • PE 3334 Motor Learning; Clemons, Donna
  • PS 2308 American Constitutional Govt; Cantrell, Tiffany
  • PY 1100 Seminar: Foundations in Psycho; Guy, James
  • PY 1310 Introduction to Psychology; Cahoon, Alison R.
  • PY 2100 Seminar: Special Topics in Psy; Adjunct Instructor
  • PY 2301 Developmental Psychology; Fincher, Anna
  • PY 3350 Research Methods in Psychology; Maple, Thomas
  • SRF 1101 Foundations of HEAL; Clemons, Donna
  • SRF 2350 Sport, Recreation, and Fitness; Phillips, Steve
  • SY 2328 Introduction to Sociology; Renahan, Buddy

Module 2 On Ground Courses

Module 2: October 14 – December 12
Evening Classes:

Monday

  • CJ 2310 Criminal Investigation; Williams, Jarrett L (6 – 10 pm)
  • LS 1310 Intro Leg Research & Writing; Free, Holly (6 – 10 pm)

Tuesday/Thursday

  • MH 1300 College Mathematics; Betts, Kennita (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • PHY 1305 Princ. of Physical Science II; Kessler, Michael (5:40 – 7:50 pm)
  • BI 1316 Biblical Worldview II; Nall, Benjie (8 – 10:10 pm)
  • COU 2320 Introduction to Counseling; Cahoon, Alison R. (8 – 10:10 pm)
  • PS 2316 Intro to State & Local Gov’t; Norris, Debbie (8 – 10:10 pm)

Thursday

  • LS 3360 Administrative Law; Staff (6 – 10 pm)

Module 2 Online Courses

Module 2: October 14 – December 14

  • BI 1315 Biblical Worldview I; Gee, Jimmy
  • BI 1316 Biblical Worldview II; Martin, Mark
  • BI 2318 Understanding Biblical Lit; Gee, Jimmy
  • BI 3311 Marriage & Family Relations; Hester, David
  • CIS 1305 Computer Programming I; TBA
  • CIS 2360 Intro to Req Analysis & SW Des; Raza, Syed Q.
  • CIS 2377 Intro to Visual Programming; Raza, Syed Q.
  • COU 2320 Introduction to Counseling; Ours, Chris
  • COU 2360 Personal and Social Adjustment; Camp, Beth A
  • COU 3375 Professional Counseling Theor.; Adjunct Instructor
  • EH 1302 English Composition II; Wright, Mike
  • EH 2303 Survey American Literature I; Wright, Michelle
  • HY 2320 American Cultural Heritage; Adjunct Instructor
  • MH 1300 College Mathematics; Betts, Kennita
  • PE 1300 Principles of Lifetime Fitness; Clemons, Donna
  • PE 3360 Exercise Physiology I; Brown, Terry
  • PHY 1305 Princ. of Physical Science II; Cunningham, Debra
  • PY 1310 Introduction to Psychology; Fincher, Anna
  • PY 3100 Seminar: Readings in Psycholog; Adjunct Instructor
  • SOS 2301 Cultural and Social Anthropolo; Hicks, Dixie
  • SRF 1101 Foundations of HEAL; Clemons, Donna
  • SRF 3303 Financial Principles in Sport,; Buchanan, Billy

*Please note: schedule is subject to change

Registration Dates

Summer 2019 – Module 1

Registration (On-ground)

Now – April 28

Late Registration

April 29 – May 2

Online classes will be starting at various dates. Contact your counselor for specific registration deadlines.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees – Associate Degree Programs

Summer 2019-Spring 2020

Tuition $325 per semester hour
Eagle I Initiative Fee $100 per semester ($50 if 11 hours or less)
Registration Fee $120 per semester ($60 if 11 hours or less)
Online Course Fee $60 per semester hour
Emergency Response Fee $10 per semester, if at least one course is on campus
Applicable Course Fees see full tuition and fee schedule

NOTE: Faulkner University reserves the right to adjust rates and fees at any time before charges are incurred by the student. Visit the Student Accounts Page for a full list of tuition and fees.

Payment Options

Option I: Self-Pay

Payment dates vary by program. These dates are outlined on the registration agreement.

Option II: Payment by Company Reimbursement

Students wishing to pay by company reimbursement must provide a letter of authorization from their employer, plus a copy of the company’s reimbursement policy prior to registration. Military personnel must use an approved tuition assistance form.

Option III: Financial Aid

Students can apply for Financial Aid in the form of grants and/or loans to cover program costs. Faulkner University’s financial aid program, a combination of Federal and State funds, is designed to help you pursue your education regardless of your financial need. Admissions and financial aid counselors will assist you in applying for financial aid.

The most common types of financial aid

  • Alabama State Grant Awarded to eligible undergraduate students who have been in the state of Alabama for 12 months or longer. Students must be enrolled at least half-time and making satisfactory progress.
  • Federal Pell Grant Awarded to eligible undergraduate students who have not earned a baccalaureate or professional degree. Eligibility is based on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) Eligibility is based on family income and awarded to qualified undergraduate applicants with both subsidized loans. Students must be enrolled at least half-time.
  • Federal Education Loans Graduate and undergraduate students may apply. The most common loan is the Federal Family Education Loan Program with both subsidized and unsubsidized loans. Students must be enrolled at least half-time.
  • Military Education Aid Students who are currently serving or have served in the National Guard, or who are dependents of veterans, may be eligible for education benefits through the military.