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ADP Core Courses and Electives Registration


Use the form below to register for Geneva's ADP Core Courses and Electives.
You can also print out a paper version of this form for submission.

*Geneva College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, disability and national or ethnic origin.

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Check appropriate enrollment status:
I am currently enrolled in the ADP
I completed the formal admissions process and will enter a future ADP cohort in my major
I completed the ADP and am finishing credits for graduation requirements
I am a current CUBM student
 
Fully Online Fall 2014 - Session 1 (August 20 to October 15)
(check the courses below that you would like to register for)
 ACE 150 – Fundamentals of Accounting KE
 ACE 155 – Faith and Money KE
 BIB 112 – Old Testament Survey KE
 BIB 113 – New Testament Survey KE
 BBL 135 – Wisdom Literature KE
 BBL 200 – How to Read the Bible KE
 BBL 303 – Old Testament Pentateuch KE
 BBL 315 – Acts KE
 BBL 251 – Church History I KE
 BBL 252 – Church History II KE
 BSS 217 – Entrepreneurship KE
 BSS 201 – International Business KE
 ECN 101 – Contemporary Economic Issues KE
 EGL 101 – College Composition and Grammar KE
 HUM 118 – Classical and Christian Cultures KE
 HUM 119 – Humanities from the Renaissance to the Present KE
 LDP 421 – Case Studies in Leadership KE
 PSS 105 – Priorities, Goals, and Attitude KE
 PSS 201 – Introduction to Psychology KE
 SCS 215 – Earth & Space Science KE
Fully Online Fall 2014 - Session 2 (October 15-December 10)
(check the courses below that you would like to register for)
 ACE 150 – Fundamentals of Accounting KE
 ACE 155 – Faith and Money KE
 BIB 112 – Old Testament Survey KE
 BIB 113 – New Testament Survey KE
 BBL 135 – Wisdom Literature KE
 BBL 200 – How to Read the Bible KE
 BBL 303 – Old Testament Pentateuch KE
 BBL 315 – Acts KE
 BBL 251 – Church History I KE
 BBL 252 – Church History II KE
 BSS 217 – Entrepreneurship KE
 BSS 201 – International Business KE
 ECN 101 – Contemporary Economic Issues KE
 EGL 101 – College Composition and Grammar KE
 HUM 118 – Classical and Christian Cultures KE
 HUM 119 – Humanities from the Renaissance to the Present KE
 LDP 421 – Case Studies in Leadership KE
 PSS 105 – Priorities, Goals, and Attitude KE
 PSS 201 – Introduction to Psychology KE
 SCS 105 – Environmental Science KE
 SCS 215 – Earth & Space Science KE
Classroom Fall 2014 - Session 1 (September 8 - October 30)
(check the courses below that you would like to register for)
  SCS 105 - Environmental Science
  BBL 112 - Old Testament Survey - Main Campus Beaver Falls
  BBL 131 - First Corinthians - Main Campus Beaver Falls
  HUM 118 - Classical Christian Cultures - Main Campus Beaver Falls
  PSS 313 - Abnormal Psychology - Main Campus Beaver Falls
Classroom Fall 2014 - Session 2 (October 4 - December 23)
(check the courses below that you would like to register for)
  PSS 250 - Lifespan and Development - Main Campus Beaver Falls
  BIB 113 - Introduction to the New Testament - Main Campus Beaver Falls
  SCS 215 - Earth and Space Science
  CMN 415 - Crisis and Grief Ministry
Offered Every Semester
 EGL 101 English Composition (3 English Composition Credits)—hybrid online/face-to-face
Offered every semester

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Financial Aid, as approved

Tuition is $433 per credit. The cost of books and shipping within the U.S. is included. To apply for financial aid, fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov. Geneva's school code is 003267. Our Financial Aid Office will prepare an individualized financial aid package for you. Enrollment in hybrid online and fully online courses may impact your Pennsylvania state grant (PHEAA) eligibility. We will nominate you for the PHEAA Online Pilot Program and you will be notified by PHEAA if you are eligible. Because of limited PHEAA funding, though, we cannot guarantee your state grant eligibility for online courses.

Adult Degree Programs Withdrawal and Refund Policy
Students enrolled at Geneva College through Adult Degree Programs may withdraw before the course start date and receive a 100% refund. From and including the course start date through the 7th calendar day after the course start date, students may receive a 60% refund. Withdrawal on or after the 8th calendar day after the course start date receives no refund. After a student registers for a course or program, he or she remains registered. Charges will continue to accrue until the ADP Office receives notice of withdrawal in writing. Written notice of withdrawal can be sent to the ADP Office at adultdegree@geneva.edu.

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