Franklin County, MO

Franklin County, MOrlc

Franklin County

For students in Franklin County, our Franklin County Extension Site is located across from East Central College in Union. Our accomplished faculty provides challenging coursework on your time frame to ensure your academic and professional success, right in your backyard. Choose morning, afternoon or evening classes on either an eight- or 16-week basis.

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Address:
39 Silo Plaza Dr.
Union, MO  63084
Phone: (636) 583-6600
Fax: (636) 583-6608
E-mail: fc@mobap.edu
Office Hours:7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday
(Closed for lunch: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.)

Pacific Office:
720 West Osage
Pacific, MO 63069
Phone: (636) 257-5042
Fax: (636) 257-5056
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

DISTANCE LEARNING: EXTENSIONS & MAIN CAMPUS PART-TIME
Tuition, per credit hour: 501.00
Technology Fee, per credit hour: 16.00
MBA $560.00 per semester hour
MAC $560.00 per semester hour
MET $560.00 per semester hour
ED.S. in Curriculum & Inst. $560.00 per semester hour

 

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