Flexible Learning is for individuals who are looking for a variety of paths to earn their degree. Flexible Learning helps fit education into your schedule. Most classes take place online, during evenings and weekends.
Earn a degree by balancing courses with your busy schedule
Millikin’s Flexible Learning, formerly known as PACE, is for individuals who are looking for a variety of paths to earn their degree. Classes take place in a variety of formats, including online, in-person, during the daytime, evenings and weekends. Students also have access to tools that will help them find success after graduation, including Millikin’s Center for Academic and Professional Performance. Flexible Learning allows students to take courses at Millikin (part-time or full time) and pay a flat fee for each course.
Flexible Learning Course Structure
Many on campus Flexible Learning courses are delivered in an accelerated format, typically lasting 7-10 weeks (depending on major) for a 3 credit hour course. Fewer weeks are generally required for 1 or 2 credit hour courses and more weeks for 4 credit hour courses. Once admitted, a Flexible Learning student typically will begin the courses that are required of all Millikin University students in order to graduate (See University Studies course requirements and Electives). After the majority of University Studies requirements are complete, students will begin to take courses in their major.
For more information about Flexible Learning, view or download the course catalog on the Registrar's site or visit the Flexible Learning FAQ page.