Geneva College

 

 

A letter from the director

Dear Professional:

Are you searching for a graduate program that has substance and flexibility? Do you want face-to-face dialogue with other professionals, as well as the convenience of online classes?

Geneva College's graduate program in reading offers the best of both formats. In addition to traditional classes, the program includes hybrid courses that combine in-class meetings with online discussions. Knowledgeable and caring Christian professors address each course's content, discussion and methods from a biblical point of view. 

The graduate program in reading allows you to complete your certification as a reading specialist in one year with seven credits in the fall, eight in the spring, and nine in the summer. Alternatively, you may take one class at a time and spread the credits over a longer period of time. You may easily add 12 more credits and earn a master's degree. 

I would love to talk to you further about our well-respected program. Please feel free to call me at 724-847-5002 or e-mail aaiken@geneva.edu. I look forward to hearing from you.

Adel Aiken, Ed. D.
Program Director


 

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