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Anyone in Chicago take post-bacc classes at night?

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Tofurkey

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Hello,

I am finishing up my post-bacc in Chicago, but the problem is that my post-bacc school doesn't offer any upper level science classes at times that will fit into my work schedule this fall (and through next spring, I assume).

Has anyone taken courses a la carte at any Chicago institutions and found some convenient times for working students (i.e. at night or late afternoon?)

Thanks,

Tofurkey
 

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From what I remember, Loyola and DePaul have the good evening offerings. Northwestern also has quite a few evening premed courses, but I'm not sure if you have to be in their dedicated premed program. University of Chicago has virtually no dedicated evening classes.

Hope this helps!
 

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Northwestern University's School of Continuing Studies has a dedicated set of advanced level courses, all of which are at night. They are also good about not scheduling them on the same night so you can take a combination of them every semester. Keep in mind, tuition is a bit steep. In addition, some of the classes are on the downtown campus, while others are at the main campus in Evanston.
 

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I took a class a la carte at Northwestern's school of continuing studies. If you don't mind switching jobs :) you can get an 80% tuition reduction as staff.
 
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