Bachelor's Degree for Professionals

It's never too late.

It takes a serious commitment for working professionals to finish their degree. And it isn't just about receiving a piece of paper — it's about receiving an education that will help you become more accomplished personally and professionally.

The only thing you'll regret is not having done it sooner.

With our program's accelerated evening format, you can take courses year-round and design your class schedule to fit your life.

It takes a serious commitment for working professionals to finish their degree. But it's never too late.

Quick Facts

Admission Requirements

Course Flexibility

  • Evening classes meet on campus once a week
  • Offered year-round in four 11-week terms


  • Thousand Oaks
  • Oxnard
  • Woodland Hills

Program Costs
$580 per credit
Guaranteed until 2020
yb GI Benefits for Veterans

Fast Track Grant

Get up to $5,000 per academic year

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WSCUC (formerly WASC)

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93% of our students would recommend this program to others

Cal Lutheran graduating student survey, 2017

Designed just for you

We'll help you figure out which courses you can transfer and apply towards your degree. Advisors are here throughout the program to answer your questions and help solve problems along the way.

  • Transfer up to 70 credits from community college
  • Upper division credits from a 4-year college also accepted
  • Your advisor  will give you proactive, individual attention
  • Average class size of 10 students
  • Faculty with real world experience
  • Staff and faculty dedicated to your success

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I'll be the first in my household to actually get a college degree. It's just a great accomplishment—it's hard to describe in words—just to know that you finished what you started.

Irma Magana