Academic Program Levels and Degrees Offered
- Traditional Undergraduate [TUG] - primarily on campus, face-to-face classes with limited online classes. Offering the Associates of Arts, Bachelor of Arts, and also the Bachelor of Science for non-foreign language education majors.
- Asbury Academy - high school students, prior to high school graduation, are admitted to the Academy, making them eligible to take classes with and follow the policies of the traditional undergraduate level [TUG].
- Adult Professional Studies Undergraduate [APS] - adult learners, online classes. Offering the Associate of Science, Bachelor of Science, and elementary teacher certification courses.
- Graduate Studies [GRAD] - Online with some on campus, depending on degree and program. Degrees offered in Business (Master of Business Administration), Communication (Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts) and Education (Master of Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching, and Education Specialist).
Academics for Asbury University undergraduate and graduate programs are overseen by the following:
COLLEGE OF ARTS, HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES
Ancient & Modern Languages
Art & Design
Christian Studies & Philosophy
Social Science & History
HOWARD AND BEVERLY DAYTON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION ARTS
Communication & Theatre Arts
Media, Journalism & Digital Storytelling
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE, HEALTH & MATHEMATICS
Science & Health
Courses and academic opportunities not part of any department or program which may be utilized by students across disciplines (e.g., off-campus study, academic support, University Studies (UNV) courses, and ROTC) are overseen by Academic Affairs, Office of the Vice Provost.