Adult Degree Advancement Program (ADAP)
Specifically designed for students 24 years of age and older who wish to attend college part-time, the University of Dayton Adult Degree Advancement Program (ADAP) allows for completion of the bachelor's degree at a pace that fits nicely with that lifestyle. Day and evening classes are available. Tuition for the ADAP students is very affordable, with cost per credit hour comparable to other adult degree programs.
ADAP students can select from one of six bachelor degree programs:
- Communication Management
- General Studies
- Engineering Technology
- ADA Didactic Program in Dietetics
- Early Childhood Education
Information regarding Communication Management, Psychology and General Studies can be obtained from the College of Arts and Sciences, 937-229-2604. Information regarding Engineering Technology can be obtained from the Department of Engineering Management, 937-229-4216. Information regarding Dietetics and Early Childhood Education can be obtained from the Department of Teacher Education, 937-229-3372 or the Department of Health and Sport Science, 937-229-4203.