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Looking to complete your degree but having trouble finding a program that offers adult classes that fit your needs? The Geneva College Adult Degree Completion Program (ADCP) has programs that can help and you can complete your bachelor's degree in as little as 17 months! Choose from adult classes online or evening classes in 11 locations around western Pennsylvania. The ADCP holds on-location evening programs for Christian ministry leadership, human resources, human services and organizational development. You can also choose Christian ministry leadership, human resources or organizational leadership programs that are fully online! Call now for more information on how you can complete your college degree.
ADCP Offers $1000 Tuition Credit
The Geneva College Adult Degree Completion Program is offering a tuition credit of up to $1000 to new students. Students must begin class in the fall of 2013 and enroll in at least 12 credits to qualify for this tuition credit. To determine if you are eligible, speak to your enrollment counselor and apply today!
Prepare for an Online Autumn
On October 7, the Geneva College Adult Degree Completion Program will be starting three majors online. Human resources, Christian ministry leadership and organizational leadership degree completion programs will be available for students who are constrained by work and life responsibilities and unable to attend in-class degree programs. Each major is completed in four 16-week terms, which are offered completely online. And students have the option of taking summers off. Students interested in applying for one of these majors can apply online or discuss options with an enrollment counselor. For more information, call the ADCP office at 800-576-3111.
Graduation Requirements for Human Services offered in Bridge Program
Human Services students looking to graduate in 2014 will be happy to know that the Bridge Program is offering all three graduation requirements in Beaver Falls this fall. Students in need of Abnormal Psychology, Human Diversity and Lifespan Development, or even those looking to take elective courses, may enroll. Each evening class meets only once a week for eight weeks. For more information or to request a transfer evaluation to determine if these classes are needed, contact your enrollment counselor at 800-576-3111.