Fall 2024 Registration!

Classes begin August 19, 2024.

If you plan to be a new or are a former LeMoyne-Owen College student, apply for Admission here.

View the LeMoyne-Owen Fall 2024 schedule here.

If you have not applied for Financial Aid for the 2024-2025 academic year, do it now, FAFSA.gov.

In addition to traditional daytime courses, LeMoyne-Owen offers evening and weekend programs for students with prior college credit via our ASAP Program, Accelerated Studies for Adults and Professionals.

How does the ASAP Program Work?

The ASAP Program leads to a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Business Management, or a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. 

The programs are designed to meet the needs of working adults who are typically employed full-time and are highly committed to completing their degrees. 

ASAP students share a common educational goal and contribute their diverse individual experiences to the learning process. 

Students admitted to this program must have completed a substantial number of semester hours (usually 45) in an accredited post-secondary program and must have reached the age of 25.  

Applicants must meet general admissions requirements and be fully admitted to the college prior to consideration for the ASAP program. 

Students may complete a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree or Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Criminal Justice in as little as 18 months with a recommended minimum of 45-60 transferred credits. Students typically transfer a minimum of 45 credit hours toward the required 120 credit hours required for a bachelor’s degree at LeMoyne-Owen. 

  1. This program is ideal for students who have completed an associate degree.
  2. After entering the program, students can earn up to 15 credit hours for knowledge gained through work experience, Credit for Prior Learning (CPL).
  3. Students can take advanced placement tests through the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) (www.collegeboard.com/clep). 
  4. Veterans may submit their official military transcript for evaluation, to receive additional college credit. 
  5. Criminal Justice majors and Law Enforcement may submit a portfolio of prior certifications and training to receive credit for knowledge and experience gained on the job.  
  6. ASAP students attend classes at night during the week or on Saturdays. All classes are offered remotely and scheduled from 5:30pm to 10:00pm, weeknights and/or 8:00am to 1:00pm and 1:30pm to 5:30pm on Saturdays, so that the students with full-time responsibilities at work and home may participate and complete the program. 
  7. Courses are offered by industry-driven needs and taught by faculty with certified credentials. Students are scheduled into small cohort groups and remain together through the completion of the program.  
  8. Graduates are more marketable in the workplace, and some continue to graduate school.