The Accelerated Degree Completion Program (ADCP) provides a non-traditional learning environment designed for adults to complete a bachelor’s degree by attending class one night a week (or on Saturday mornings).
The program is conveniently scheduled for the working adult. Knowledge and skills learned in class can be applied to the student’s workplace from the beginning of the very first class.
Students will experience significant improvement in their communication skills, leadership abilities, and decision-making skills. This program will provide each student with a solid foundation for further career development.
Program faculty members possess solid academic backgrounds and extensive practical work experience in business, government, and consulting. This blending of experience and education enables our instructors to apply the theories and concepts of business to real issues faced in today's workplace. Careful attention is taken to select faculty members who understand the special needs of the mature learner.
Complete a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in approximately 18 months, if college core requirements are met and 120 credit hours are successfully completed. Students typically transfer a minimum of 45 credit hours.
Convert learning from work experience into credit. After entering the program, students can earn up to 15 credit hours for knowledge gained through work experience through Credit for Prior Learning (CPL). Veterans can use their official military transcript to earn credit hours for military training.
Attend class only one night per week. Classes are scheduled from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. (8 a.m. to noon on Saturdays) so that students with full-time responsibilities at work and/or home are able to participate and complete the program.
(Note: College core courses and some elective courses typically meet twice a week in the evening.)
Excellent instruction presented in a small class setting. Professors are experienced in working with adult students. Students are formed into small cohort groups and remain together through completion of the program. Students utilize their peers as a support group throughout the completion of the degree.
Exciting new possibilities. Graduates are more marketable in the workplace. Many ADCP graduates continue on to graduate school.
Supply Chain Management. Inquire about our recently added Supply Chain Management courses.