Important Program Information Important Program Information

*Click each program to see important program information and also to see a list of classes within that program that will require physical presence.

Accounting, AS-CT

Accounting majors must obtain a minimum grade of C in each accounting course to receive the A.S. degree in Accounting
  • The following course/s will require your physical presence: ACCT 295 - Individual Income Tax Preparation
See catalog entry for additional information

Funeral Service Education, AS-CT

Students must be admitted to Vincennes University Distance Education - Online Campus. Once admitted to the University, then the student will apply to the FSE program which has a separate admission process. Admission to the FSE program is granted each Fall semester by the Department Chair, Russell Ort. (Students may take general education classes prior to the fall semester that will apply towards the major requirements of the program.)
  • Distance Education students must complete a campus residency that includes up to 2 weeks at the Vincennes Campus to complete activities in the Restorative Art lab and a certification embalming at the campus or other selected sites. (The student is responsible for all expenses for traveling to and from the visit, as well as food and lodging expenses.)
    • The following course/s will require your physical presence: FNRL 250L – Embalming II Laboratory
    This program has specific admissions requirements. See catalog entry for additional information.

General Studies - Technology Apprenticeship Concentration, AS-CT

This program is designed for non-traditional students who have attained Journeyman or equivalent in a skilled trade and wish to fulfill the basic requirements for an Associate degree. The program provides flexibility by allowing students to receive credit for training received through a certified Department of Labor apprenticeship program (7200 hours minimum) or an evaluation conducted by Vincennes University. In addition to these credits, students must complete selected general education courses and fulfill a minimum residency requirement of no less than fifteen credit hours through Vincennes University

Health Information Management, AS-CT

The Health Information Management Program requires that all students submit a criminal history report and a drug screen as instructed and at student's expense. Students should be aware that any previous or current conviction of a crime or current substance abuse may result in ineligibility to be admitted and or/continue in the program. Students are responsible for submitting (at their expense) any required health forms or other documentation required by the University/Professional Practice sites (PPE).
  • The following course/s will require your physical presence: HIMT 190 - Professional Practice, HIMT 240 - Professional Practice II (These course are only available in the Fall and Spring semesters for Distance Ed. students. Students will need to use different clinical sites for HIMT 190 and HIMT 240.)
This program has specific admissions requirements. See catalog entry for additional information.

Homeland Security and Public Safety, BS

Admission into this baccalaureate degree program is contingent on acceptance to Vincennes University and will require approval of the Homeland Security and Public Safety Baccalaureate Degree Department Chair and the Dean of Business and Convergent Technologies.
  • The following course will require your physical presence: HSPS 470: Internship in Public Safety. Additionally, HSPS 415: Intro to Terrorism and HSPS 490: Capstone in HSPS must be take in person if the student resides within 25 miles the Vincennes campus. (Unless an exception is approved by the Department Chair, Professor Lou Caprino)
See catalog entry for additional information

Law Enforcement, AS-CT

This A.S. degree program is designed for students wishing to begin employment immediately upon receiving their degree. This A.S. degree program is designed for students wishing to transfer to a baccalaureate degree institution.
  • The following course/s will require your physical presence: LAWE 270 - Internship in Law Enforcement
See catalog entry for additional information

Pharmacy Technology, AS-CT

The course work will fulfill the Indiana training requirement for Pharmacy Technicians and prepare students to take the National Pharmacy Technician Exam.
  • The following course/s will require your physical presence: PHRM 110 - Dispensing Lab I, PHRM 211 - Dispensing Lab II
See catalog information for additional information

Social Work, AS-T

This program is the first two years of a four-year program and is designed to give students a basic general education background and an introduction to the field of social work. Students should become familiar with the criteria at the specific school to which they wish to transfer.
  • The following course/s will require your physical presence: SOCL 240 - Social Work Practice
See catalog entry for additional information

Technology, BS

Admission into this baccalaureate degree program requires the prospective student to possess an A.S. degree from an accredited institution. Acceptance into this program will be granted through the approval of the Technology Baccalaureate Degree Department Chair and the Dean of Technology.
  • The following course/s will require your physical presence: TECH 310 - Tech Project Applications I, TECH 360 Tech Project Applications II
See catalog entry for additional information

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NOTE: The statements "physical presence" is referring to the following activities: Student Teaching, Internship, Externship, Clinicals, Practicum, or Field Experience. These degrees cannot be offered in states that considered the activities in red a physical presence in the state. Click here to see if your state is eligible: State Authorization

MATH:
Students living in Knox County Indiana OR taking any class on the Main VU campus will need to take their exams in the Math Learning Center, Math Lab, in room G-7 of the McCormick Science Center on the Main VU campus. This is a math department rule.

2016-2017 Academic Year Course Dates 2016-2017 Academic Year Course Dates

 

Summer 2017

10 week D31, D32                  05/30/17 - 08/08/17
  8 week D91, D92                  06/12/17 - 08/08/17

 

Registration Priority Deadline: 1 week before the start of courses.

Fall 2017

16 week D01, D02, etc.           08/21/17 - 12/15/17
1st 8 week D81, D82              08/21/17 - 10/13/17
14 week D51, D52                  09/04/17 - 12/15/17
12 week D41, D42                  09/18/17 - 12/15/17
10 week D31, D32                  10/02/17 - 12/15/17
 2nd 8 week D91, D92             10/18/17 - 12/15/17

 

 

Summer 2017 Courses Summer 2017 Courses

 

 

Fall 2017 Courses Fall 2017 Courses

 

 

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