The USAT Evening Division/The Evening College.

[Director: Professor Julio Martinez, MD]



The Evening Division at USAT consists of live lectures in a variety of subjects broadcast via webinar in a blended Instructional format, and are designed to enable both undergraduate students, medical students, and graduate students to complete needed coursework for their individualized degree programs in a timely and cost effective manner, often without leaving the confines of their home or office.  The Evening Division program is therefore similar to programs offered by many US Colleges and Universities, but with the added advantage to the student of participating from a remote location at or close to home and without actually commuting to a campus. Thus, in many cases, the student is able to continue their employment or other studies while continuing their individualized study program. 


Students may enroll in one or more subjects per semester, so as to enable the student the opportunity to ‘self pace’ their studies and balance them against their domestic, employment or other obligations during the progress of their studies. Both full-time and part-time students are welcome in the Evening Division, and students may enroll in the scheduled courses in a for credit or audit mode.   If taken for credit, the student must sit for the scheduled examinations. 


The Evening Division may be taken concurrently with the Day Division, and thus may enable the student to complete their degree program in a more timely and individualized manner. The following BS, MS, miscellaneous doctorate and PhD academic programs are currently available in the Evening Division:


Associate in Science [AS]

Bachelor of Science [BS, BSc]

Bachelor of Education [BEd]

Master of Science [MS, MSc]

Master of Public Health [MPH]

Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]

PhD in Medicine [PhD]

Doctor of Science [ScD]

Doctor of Education [EdD]

Doctor of Pharmacy [PharmD]**

Doctor or Physical or Occupational Therapy {DPT, DOT]**

Doctor of Public Health {DPH]

Doctor of Nursing Practice {DNP]**

Doctor of Psychology [PsyD]*

Master and Doctorate in Biomedical Sciences and Biomedical Engineering

Independent Study options


Areas of concentration include Specializations in the following disciplines:


Biomedical Sciences

Forensic Pathology



Health Care Management


Environmental and Physical Sciences, and others including General Studies and a self-designed, major area of concentration.


Please see prerequisites for these programs below:

*Master’s degree programs may be taken in a thesis or non-thesis mode, but all doctoral degrees require a formal thesis and oral defense of the dissertation. For more information about Evening  Division College Courses and specialties,  press the

Grad School button here. 


**Professional Licensure for applicants for  entry level in the primary discipline in any US State or Territory  or foreign [non-US based] Nation or Territory may required.