Evening College

Smart Choices for Working Adults or night owls!

Looking to get a certificate or degree, but can’t fit it into your day schedule? You can now with four options for degree and certificate programs designed for those who need, or prefer, evening classes.

Associate in Applied Science Degree — Business
Associate in Arts — Interdisciplinary Degree
Accounting Technician Certificate

You now have the choice of four programs that you can complete at the same campus, on the same day, at the same time — all in the evening! Each is designed to provide you with a timeline of coursework to complete your degree or certificate by attending evening classes one or two times a week. Some programs offer Hybrid classes, which means you attend class in-person once a week and complete the rest of your coursework online. So you get the best of both worlds; a real, live instructor who can guide you and answer your questions face-to-face and the convenience of doing online coursework around your schedule.

Offered at the East Peoria Campus

Business Associate in Applied Science Degree

Attend class once a week and complete in 4 years; Mondays: 6 – 8:50 pm (Hybrid Classes – internet access required)

The Associate in Applied Science Degree — Business provides you with a broad range of coursework to help you as a supervisor, small business owner or manager. Many of the courses will transfer to four-year programs. Additionally, Franklin University and Lincoln College will accept all course work as transferrable. For advisory help, please call (309) 694-5558.

Interdisciplinary Coursework Associate in Arts

Attend class once a week and complete in 4 years; Mondays: 6 – 8:50 pm (Hybrid Classes – internet access required)

The Associate in Arts — Interdisciplinary Coursework provides you with the general education courses you need to transfer to most schools. While the schedule is designed to complete these courses, there’s plenty of opportunity to explore your academic interest or major with electives. For advisory help, please call (309) 694-5281.

Offered at the Peoria Campus

Business Associate in Applied Science Degree

Attend class twice a week and complete in 2 years; Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 – 8:50 pm (Hybrid Classes – internet access required)

The Associate in Applied Science Degree — Business provides you with a broad range of coursework to help you as a supervisor, small business owner or manager. Many of the courses will transfer to four-year programs. Additionally, Franklin University and Lincoln College will accept all course work as transferrable. For advisory help, please call (309) 694-5558.

Featured Spring Semester 2018Evening Classes

ICC offers you a variety of evening classes that you can take to get started on your certificate or degree. Before beginning any program, please talk with an advisor. Call (309) 694-5281 to arrange an appointment!

Principles of Management, MGMT 113

Principles of Customer Services, BUS 121

Principles of Marketing, MKTG 112

Managing Technology, MGMT 214

Bookkeeping/Accounting I, ACCTG 105

Financial Accounting, ACCTG 120

Professional Development for Employees, BUS 100

Introduction to Business, BUS 110

Computer Applications, CMGEN 120

Windows Administration, CMNET 140

Essentials of Programming, CMPSC 115

History of Furniture and Furnishings, INDSN 141

Machine Tool Operation I, MACTR 121

Sales, MKTG 201

Telephone Skills for the Office, OFOCC 111

Keyboard/Word Processing I, TYPE 120

Welding Blueprint Reading, WELD 111

ICC also offers a number of general education courses in the evening as well. These courses require placement tests or appropriate prior coursework for enrollment. The following courses may be used toward the general education requirements of your degree and have received Illinois Articulation Initiative transfer codes.

Download the PDF below to learn more about the class above as well as the general education courses offered in the evening.


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If you haven’t already, apply for admission, it’s easy and it’s free. After you finish the application, follow the information provided on financial aid, transcripts, placement testing and enroll in classes.

For more information, contact ICC’s Admissions Office

(309) 694-5200