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Undergraduate Evening Studies

Thank you for visiting the Undergraduate Evening Studies website. We offer a variety of Certificate and Non-Degree Programs for students who want convenient, affordable evening courses from one of the nation’s leading liberal arts and sciences university.

Please note that we are not currently enrolling new students in our evening undergraduate degree programs at this time. If you are a current student looking for resources, please contact us. For more information about our undergraduate admissions suspension, please see our update.

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Update on UES Program & Admissions

Furman University has decided to end its Undergraduate Evening Studies (UES) majors at the end of the 2021 summer session.

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Program Overview

Enhance your skills for professional licensure or graduate school.

Learn more about our programs

Tuition Rates & Fees

Interested in learning about the costs of earning a certificate or degree?

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Faculty Mentoring & Advising

Building on Furman’s strong academic reputation, our programs are facilitated by knowledgeable members of the Furman faculty and instructors recruited from some of Upstate South Carolina’s most successful companies.

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Student Resources

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Career Services

The Certificate and non-degree tracks at Furman were created to provide working adults with a means for changing our expanding their career prospects.

See more about career services at Furman

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Have questions about our programs?

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