Wednesday, December 13, 2006


(San Bernardino, Calif. – Dec. 12, 2006) – Argosy University/Inland Empire will begin offering daytime classes in March 2007.
“We offer a variety of classes to working adults who are usually employed in professions requiring evening classes to fit into their quest for advanced learning,“ said Darren Adamson, Ph.D. campus director. “Since opening our campus this past year, we have been approached by students asking if the university would offer day classes for those that work in the evenings. Particularly, more traditional college students prefer to go to class during the day and having their evenings free.”
In addition to the traditional college students who prefer to pursue their degree during the day, many college-educated parents temporarily leave the work force to care for young children. Instead of going straight back to work when the children start school, they may want to first seek an advanced degree.
“With day classes, we will provide a valuable option to these parents who want to take classes during the day, just as their children do, and be home with them in the evening,” Adamson said. “Our schedule will even allow them to attend their university course and volunteer in their children’s classrooms on other days.”
Also, people working in professions such as law enforcement or hospitality might have to work evening hours, but be free during the day. They too would benefit from our daytime schedule.
“We really want anyone who has a desire to obtain an advanced degree, or to complete a bachelor’s degree in psychology or business administration, to be able to come to Argosy University/Inland Empire,” Adamson said. “We offer courses taught by instructors who have a wealth of experience in their fields, and they bring both passion and hands-on practical experience to the classroom.”
Argosy University/Inland Empire specializes in education, psychology and business. However, the courses offered are of benefit to most professions. Currently, the university offers the following degree programs:

The College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences
 Doctor of Education (EdD) in Counseling Psychology
 Master of Arts (MA) in Clinical Psychology
 Master of Arts (MA) in Counseling Psychology
 Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (BA) (Degree Completion Program)

The College of Business and Information Technology
 Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) with six optional areas of concentration.
 Master of Business Administration (MBA) with seven optional areas of concentration.
 Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (BA) (Degree Completion Program)

The College of Education and Human Development
 Doctor of Education (EdD) in Community College Executive Leadership with two optional areas of concentration.
 Doctor of Education in Instructional Leadership (EdD) with two optional areas of concentration.
 Master of Arts in Education in Educational Leadership (MAEd).
 Master of Arts in Education in Instructional Leadership (MAEd) with four optional areas of concentration.

To find out more about the day or evening classes, contact Argosy University/Inland Empire toll-free at (866) 217-9075 or visit the campus a 636 E. Brier St. Suite 235 in San Bernardino. Visit the campus online at:
Argosy University/Inland Empire is one of 18 Argosy University ( locations in 12 states. Argosy University offers doctoral and master’s degree programs in psychology, business, counseling, and education. Argosy University also offers bachelor’s degree completion programs in psychology and business, and associate’s degree programs in various health sciences fields. Argosy University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association (NCA) (30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602, 1-800-621-7440,