University College (formerly Azusa Pacific Online University and School of Adult and Professional Studies) at Azusa Pacific University offers cutting-edge certificates, associate’s degrees, bachelor’s degrees, and master’s degrees delivered online and in the evenings to meet your career needs. Flexible and fully accredited programs provide an innovative curriculum that works for today’s busy adults.

University College offers accessible and affordable degree programs in criminal justice, health sciences, leadership, liberal studies, management, and psychology. Whether you are seeking accelerated degree programs, the opportunity to complete your degree, or continuing education to advance your career, University College offers a degree option that will fit into your schedule.

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News & Features

  • Faculty Notes: Rose Murillo

    Learn more about Murillo's recent professional activity.

  • Faculty Notes: Rose Murillo

    Learn more about Murillo's recent presentation.

  • University College Now Enrolling for Criminal Justice Degree

    University College is currently enrolling for its newly launched Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Criminal Justice degree, designed to equip learners to serve and make an impact in their communities. The program provides students with professional knowledge and practical skills in criminal justice while integrating a Christian worldview.   As part...

  • University College Launches Online Transcript Ordering Service

    University College has launched an online transcript ordering service to students and alumni, allowing official transcripts to be ordered anytime, 24/7. University College students and alumni can access transcript ordering by visiting

    UC’s transcript ordering service, provided by the National Student Clearinghouse, offers the following features:

    • Automatic order updates...

  • College Presidency: Uncharted Territory

    Azusa Pacific graduates Deana Porterfield '88, M.A. '96, Ed.D., and Melanie J. Humphreys, Ph.D. '07 serve as the first female presidents of their respective institutions.