Catholic University offers programs leading to bachelor’s degrees for adults who want to pursue their education while balancing the pressures of work and family life. The University’s Metropolitan School for Professional Studies has designed these programs to address the needs of working adults.
At the heart of our undergraduate degree programs for adult learners is a robust core curriculum designed to provide a strong liberal arts education. The liberal education core at Catholic University affords students a particularly broad and engaging educational experience.
The Metropolitan School for Professional Studies offers the following undergraduate degree programs:
Social Work – The major in social work requires 54 credits of designated courses in the field of social work. Many of these courses are offered through the University’s National Catholic School of Social Service. These courses require a flexible schedule and a higher tuition rate. Graduates of the social work program may be eligible for advanced standing in the school’s M.S.W. program.