Graduate Correspondence Studies for Prisoners
Adams State University Extended Studies
208 Edgemont Boulevard, Suite 3000
Alamosa, CO 81102
Adams State University is our top selection for graduate studies for prisoners. They are regionally accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, offer a Masters of Business Administration degree, and offer all of their courses in a paper-based format. To top this off, they are very prisoner-friendly, offer all of the courses required to earn their master’s degree, and even waive their application fee for incarcerated students.
Adams State University offers correspondence courses at the undergraduate and career levels for prisoners, which are also profiled at PrisonEducation.com.
Adams State University
208 Edgemont Blvd. Suite 3000
Alamosa, CO 81102
Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Tuition: $350 per credit
Payment Plan: None
Textbooks: Not included in tuition
Transfer: 6 credit hours
Time Limit: 12 months on correspondence courses
Degrees: Master of Business Administration
Course Categories: Business; Economics
Course Delivery: Paper-based
Media Component: None
Catalog: 13-page catalog (2013)
Application Fee: Waived for incarcerated students
Comments: Great school, great program. This is the best school for incarcerated students.
School’s Comments: In today’s competitive professional market, higher education is critical to career placement and advancement. ASU understands that you don’t have time to search for educational programs and courses that meet your busy schedule. ASU’s offerings are designed with you in mind and can be completed at any location and at your own pace.
School Comments: At Adams State University we know how important education is to all individuals, especially for those who happen to be incarcerated. Through correspondence courses, Adams State University provides an opportunity for incarcerated students to work for college credit and towards a degree. We have helped thousands of prisoners throughout the United States reach their education goals.
Other Sections: Career; Undergraduate