Adults who are considering completing their bachelor’s degrees have more reason than ever not to delay. The Geneva College Adult Degree Completion Program (ADCP) has announced a tuition credit of up to $1,000 available to new students.
To qualify for this tuition credit, a student must begin classes in the fall of 2013 and enroll in at least 12 credits. The amount of the credit may be superseded by another grant or scholarship.
The ADCP currently offers fully online bachelor's degree programs in Christian ministry leadership, human resources and organizational leadership. The start dates for online programs are October 7, December 9, February 17 and April 21.
Geneva’s online classes are taught by qualified and experienced Geneva professors, and students are able to complete coursework on their own time and in their own homes. Students have full online access to assignments, instructors and the college library.
Classroom programs are also available, with majors in Christian ministry leadership, human resources, human services and organizational development. Classes are offered at 11 convenient locations throughout western Pennsylvania, including Pittsburgh, Monroeville, Butler, Cranberry, Johnstown, Somerset, Everett and Beaver Falls.
In classroom programs, the class size is small, between 10-18 students. Following a cohort model, students are in class with the same group of students for every course in a major.
Students in either fully online or classroom programs may complete a bachelor’s degree in as little as 17 months. And the ADCP’s graduation rate is consistently above the average.
To find out more about the ADCP and its programs, visit www.geneva.edu/adcp.
To request information, visit www.geneva.edu/object/adcp_request_info or call 800-576-3111.
Geneva College invites students to accept the challenge of an academically excellent, Christ-centered education. Offering nearly 40 undergraduate majors, an Adult Degree Completion Program with fully online and campus-based options, and seven graduate degrees, Geneva has programs that place students at the forefront of higher learning. Adhering to the inerrancy of scripture, the liberal arts core curriculum fosters a breadth of knowledge through the study of humanities, social and natural sciences, and experiential learning.
Geneva College’s Center for Urban Biblical Ministry (CUBM) in Pittsburgh educates urban students for effective service in their local communities.