Augsburg’s adult undergraduate program offers a unique, blended course format for our degree completion program available in Business, Education, Psychology and Nursing (BSN Completion) that gives you the best of both worlds — the close connections with faculty and classmates that come from on-campus meetings and the flexibility that comes with online course delivery. And, we welcome more transfer credits than ever before to help you quickly and efficiently finish your degree.

Whether you are returning to college to advance in your career or because you are considering a career change, Augsburg can help you finish your classes and get your degree. For more than 30 years, we’ve delivered quality education to adult learners. We will meet you where you are and help you get where you want to go.

Adult student profile

235 students enrolled in nontraditional programs
10% of total undergraduate enrollment

Areas of study offered

Education (Elementary, Secondary, ESL, Special Education ABS)
Interdisciplinary Studies
Nursing (BSN completion)

Program type

Degree completion, requires 12 transferable semester credits for admission

Programs schedule

Courses in a blended format meet on campus approximately six to eight times each semester with the remaining content online. Augsburg’s faculty are committed to providing flexibility while still creating an engaging environment for students and allowing for vocational development.

Fall (Aug. – Dec.)
Spring (Dec. – May)
Summer (May – Aug.)

Credit transfer

Augsburg offer specific advantages to students who have completed an Associates of Arts Degree (AA), a transfer pathway or the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum, and have a cumulative 2.0 GPA or better. After a course-by-course evaluation, students can be considered an advanced transfer and have all Liberal Arts Foundation courses waived. Advanced transfers still need to fulfill the modern language requirement (2 semesters) and one religion course. Transfer guides are available at www.augsburg.edu/transfer. Students without an AA degree will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis.

Specific requirements/acceptance
A.A. accepted
Minnesota Transfer curriculum accepted
Minimum GPA:  1.67 (C-) for individual courses

Application for admission
All Official Transcripts from each college registered at
High school transcript for students with fewer than 24 college credits complete
Students must have a minimum of 12 transferable credits

Application deadlines

Fall: Aug. 15
Spring: Dec. 15
Summer: May 1


Application fee: None

Cost per credit: $426 (or $1,704 per four-credit course), plus $55 per term for parking permit


Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
Corporate Partnership
Educational Partnership

All provide a $50/credit discount. Students can only receive one.

Contact information

Other Student paths

Traditional undergraduate

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