Neumann University will host an information session on Tuesday, February 8, to explain how adults can earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree either in class or online. The session will run from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Abessinio Building on Neumann’s campus in Aston, Delaware County. Program directors and academic advisors will be on hand to explain all the degree programs and answer questions.
In the field of graduate studies, Neumann offers an 18-month master’s degree program in Strategic Leadership. The program prepares students to think strategically and creatively, to lead effectively at work and in the community, and to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
It can be completed in class or online and is tailored for adults who want to succeed in management positions in their careers. The curriculum is a series of nine 8-week courses, taught in an interactive seminar style, with an emphasis on ethical business and leadership strategies.
Neumann’s undergraduate degree programs for adults are available in a classroom setting, completely online, or as a mix of online and classroom instruction. The B.S. in Professional Studies is a business-oriented degree, with eight-week courses on weeknights. These hybrid courses (a mix of classroom and online instruction) let adult students take 3, 6, 9 or even 12 credits per semester. A student must be at least 19 years old and have completed one year or more (30 credits) of college to join this program.
Another undergraduate option for adults is the B.S. in Liberal Studies with semester-long courses (worth six credits each) taken either in class or online. This program is designed for adults who are at least 21 years old and requires no previous college credit. Adults can bring as many as 90 transfer credits into Professional Studies or Liberal Studies, and may even earn credit for life experience.
Neumann University is located in central Delaware County, just minutes from I-95, the Blue Route, and Route 1.
For more information about the bachelor’s degrees in Professional Studies and Liberal Studies, and the master’s degree in Strategic Leadership, call 610-361-5208.
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