Students in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies will be able to:
- Complete an associate, bachelor, or master degree in as little as two years (bachelor programs are in a degree completion format and require two years of previous college work).
- Convert significant prior learning into undergraduate credits by documenting past training, work-related experience, and prior learning.
- Attend class only once each week, or asynchronously online, and minimize interference with work schedules and family responsibilities.
- Improve written, oral, and computer skills, and strengthen their abilities to maximize ministry responsibilities and/or leadership skills.
- Meet in a collaborative format and benefit from the varied experiences and ideas of classmates.
- Obtain a degree that opens a wide range of opportunities, including pursuing graduate or post-graduate studies.
- Attend small classes with the same students, developing team-work skills and mutual support.
- Receive individualized instruction and specific attention to problem areas.
- Gain satisfaction by fulfilling an educational goal.