Saint Leo University has provided world-class education to its students since its founding in 1889. Saint Leo University’s Adult Education program offers degree programs at flexible times and places convenient for working adults. Classes are designed to meet the needs of active professionals and those interested in continuing their education in the classroom environment (evenings and/or weekends) with the option to supplement courses through distance learning (online). Most classes are held in eight-week terms allowing students to take two courses per eight-weeks and remain full-time status.
For students who have already earned or are completing an associate degree and are interested in continuing their studies, Saint Leo University, through our partnership with PHSC, is pleased to offer the following programs in a variety of formats:
- Business Administration with specializations in Accounting, Management, and Marketing
- Computer Information Systems
- Criminal Justice (transfer in up to 21 college credits for academy and police training)
- Elementary Education (K-6) (16-week classes)
- Health Care Management
- Human Resources Management
- Human Services
- Middle Grades Education (16-week classes) English, Math, Science and Social Services
- Social Work
Additional majors and specializations are offered through the main campus of Saint Leo University.
About Saint Leo University
Saint Leo University is a regionally accredited, liberal-arts-based institution known for an inclusive Catholic heritage, enduring values, and capacity for innovation. The school was chartered in 1889 by Catholic Benedictine monks in rural Pasco County, Fla., making Saint Leo the first Catholic college in the state. Over its 125-year history, Saint Leo has provided access to education to people of all faiths, emphasizing the Benedictine philosophy of balanced growth of mind, body, and spirit.
Today the university welcomes learners from all generations and backgrounds, and from all 50 states and more than 60 nations. Saint Leo’s 16,000 undergraduate and graduate students may elect to study at the campus in Florida, at more than 40 teaching locations in seven states, or online from other locations. The university’s degree programs range from associate to doctorate.