Geneva College′s Adult Degree Programs offers bachelor degrees in an accelerated format designed for busy adults. Geneva offers fully online programs and evening classes in Pittsburgh or our Beaver Falls campus.
In today's economy, completing your education is more important than ever. Unemployment is significantly lower and earning potential greater for those with a bachelor's degree! Our majors include Child and Family Services (online), Management (online), Organizational Leadership (online), Human Resources (online), Human Services (classroom), Christian Ministry Leadership (classroom), Public Relations (online), Criminal Justice (online), General Studies (online) and Aging Services (online).
We understand the importance of family, work and other commitments, and can help you finish your degree! Our convenient locations in Pittsburgh and Beaver Falls and online degree options make it possible to earn your degree without sacrificing your other responsibilities. Check into information sessions and class starts!
As a non-profit institution, Geneva offers competitive tuition rates with great value. All of our adult programs qualify for federal and state financial aid programs, military education benefits, and employer reimbursement programs. And nearly 95% of our adult students receive some form of financial aid, including grants, scholarships and loans.
Our instructors combine academic credentials and professional experience with Christian values. You’ll develop practical knowledge for your career advancement and benefit from a supportive and caring learning environment. Geneva College is consistently ranked a Top 10 Best Value School in our region by U.S. News & World Report. Learn more about Geneva College.
Enhance your professional and personal life by enrolling in Geneva College’s Adult Degree Programs. Apply online now or find out more by contacting us today. Call 800-576-3111 or request information online.
Geneva is an approved SARA institution in Pennsylvania. The National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education. States and institutions that choose to participate agree to operate under common standards and procedures, providing a more uniform and less costly regulatory environment for institutions, more focused oversight responsibilities for states and better resolution of student complaints.