Adams State University’s Prison Education Program (PEP) and the School of Business have partnered to create the Correspondence Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree available only to serve students who are incarcerated. The Prison Education Program MBA provides high quality courses that are rigorous, applicable to today’s job market, and affordable.

Contact Us!

Family members wishing to request information on behalf of an incarcerated student should call, email, or instruct the student to submit a letter requesting a packet of information be mailed to them. The address provided must meet facility mailing requirements. Adams State University is not responsible for mailed items which are held or rejected by the correctional facility.

Find out more and request an unofficial evaluation of prior credit:

Mailing Address

Adams State University
Prison Education Program (PEP)
208 Edgemont Blvd., Suite 3000
Alamosa, CO 81101




Attn: Prison Education Program (PEP)



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Correspondence MBA Highlights

  • Print-based correspondence
  • Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Associate of Colleges and Schools
  • Convenient, self-paced independent study
  • Outstanding faculty committed to personal interaction with learner
  • Apply at any time – we do not have admission deadlines
  • You will have a dedicated advisor and will be provided with your advisor’s telephone number, mailing address, and e-mail address
  • You do not need a computer or the internet to complete this degree
Affordable Tuition per semester hour

Correspondence MBA Outcomes

Enhance career and earning potential

Build skills in interpersonal, oral and written communication, and group processes

Upon completion of your degree, you will receive the exact same diploma that is awarded to an on-campus student

Develop leadership skills