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Spring Clean your Education!

Adult and non-traditional students meet significant challenges in the pursuit of their bachelor's degrees. The task of finding the time and funds can sometimes threaten to exceed the desire to meet this goal. But the Geneva College Adult Degree Programs understands the difficulties you might encounter and is happy to provide options to conveniently pursue your degree without sacrificing a quality education.

Bridge courses offer you ways to earn core and elective credits. Whether you are working to enroll in a major, or are finishing outstanding credits, the Bridge Program has many choices.

Many students enjoy enrolling in classroom options. Courses are offered in many locations including Beaver Falls, Cranberry Township and Pittsburgh. Each class meets one night a week, from 6-10 p.m., for 6-8 weeks. Meeting once a week gives students the ability to meet and interact with new students and enjoy face-to-face time with knowledgeable instructors. There are two sessions offered throughout the summer: the first runs from May to June and the second runs from July to August. The complete schedule of courses can be found at http://www.geneva.edu/adp_classes.

However, some students struggle to find the time to meet in the classroom to earn additional credit requirements. Understanding that many students are in this situation, the Adult Degree Programs is happy to offer entirely online courses. Classes that fulfill core requirements-such as natural science, humanities and social science-are available for students. The online option provides students with quality courses without the need to leave home. This summer, online courses run from July 1- July 31. So if work and family responsibilities have you strapped for time, the Adult Degree Programs is still committed to helping you do what you need to do to succeed. The complete schedule of courses can be found at http://www.geneva.edu/adp_classes.

Increased Bridge courses are another way that the Adult Degree Programs is committed to serving adult students in their journey to reach their potential. Call the office now the speak to an enrollment counselor about the many options available to you this summer.

Online and classroom options meet student needs

Do you need a bachelor's degree but can't find an adult program that offers classes that fit into your schedule? The Geneva College Adult Degree Programs has online and evening 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 Adult Degree Programs holds on-location evening programs for human resources, organizational development, human services and Christian ministry leadership. Entirely online degrees include organizational leadership, human resources and Christian ministry leadership majors! Call now for more information on how you can complete your college degree.

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April 2014


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