Night Classes and Evening Degree Programs at GCU

Classes Meet Just One Night Per Week

Night classes at Grand Canyon University can provide the convenience and flexibility necessary for you to earn your degree in the evenings. GCU offers select bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral evening degree programs that you can take on campus. Evening college courses are designed for career professionals to study and work with other peers after working hours — one class at a time, one night per week — in a classroom setting so you can gain the most out of your academic journey.

Throughout the week, students log into GCU’s online platform to complete assignments and participate in online discussion forums to prepare for the weekly in-person meeting. This can help maximize the amount of time you spend on the subject while still working to graduate on a timely basis. Because the classes meet just one night per week, this allows you more time for work and life outside of school.

Explore all our available night classes and evening degree programs and start on your path today. For more information on life as an evening degree student, visit our Evening Classes page.

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Bachelor's Evening Degree Programs

Take an opportunity to help jumpstart your career with a bachelor’s degree from GCU, conveniently earned around your work schedule through night classes. Find the right evening degree program for you.

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Master’s Evening Degree Programs

Expand your knowledge and position yourself for possible career advancement in your industry with a master’s level evening degree program from GCU. View our master’s degree offerings to find a program that can help further your goals.

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Doctoral Evening Degree Programs

Reach the pinnacle of academic achievement with a doctoral degree from GCU. You will have a chance to become an independent researcher by taking evening college courses to network with many other professionals throughout your program.

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FAQs About Night Classes in College

If you are looking to earn your degree and are interested in the flexibility and convenience that evening degree programs can offer, read through our responses to these frequently asked questions to begin your research.

Every college has a different setup for night school, but GCU’s night classes are designed with the working professional in mind. GCU classes meet only one night per week and are taken just one course at a time. You can view our admission requirements page for more information.

GCU’s evening college courses start at different times in the evening, but you can expect each class to meet for four hours per week. If you are interested in learning about a specific evening degree program, please contact a GCU university counselor by filling out the form on this page.

Taking college evening classes from an accredited college or university offers the opportunity to further your education while maintaining your other commitments. Evening degree programs can also allow you to gain social connection with faculty and peers in your program.

The cost of night classes at GCU depends on the program you are taking. There is a cost per credit to consider, and graduate programs often cost more than undergraduate programs. Learn more about GCU’s tuition for online and evening programs.

To help lower these costs, GCU provides generous tuition and scholarships for those in active military duty and active reserve. Contact a university counselor for more information.

A cohort is a group of students that take the same courses at the same time.

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