Working-adult degree completion program surpasses milestone
March 15, 2010
Adult Degree Programs (ADP) recently surpassed the milestone of 1,000 graduates. A total of 1,014 working adults have graduated with a bachelor’s degree in either business administration or psychology. An additional 35 graduates are expected by May 2010.
ADP’s business program had its first 29 graduating students in 1993; ADP’s psychology program had its first 12 graduating students in 1995. Today, 506 business degrees and 508 psychology degrees have been conferred through Corban’s ADP.
Presented either through the online format or the one-night-per-week, on-campus format, ADP coursework is designed to apply to everyday work life. Instructors are professionals in their fields and bring to the classroom hands-on solutions.
Nancy Martyn, Dean of ADP, said, “I think this milestone communicates that more and more adults are taking advantage of the opportunities to finish their degrees. Our courses are taught from a biblical worldview and are conveniently formatted in an encouraging environment, and they enable people to accelerate their career goals.”
To have your questions answered about undergraduate completion programs at Corban, contact an admissions counselor at 800-764-1383 or email ADP@corban.edu. For more information about other programs Corban offers working adults, visit www.corban.edu/workingadults.
By Jenny Hirschfelder, Staff Writer, Office of Marketing & Communications
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