The Accelerated Degree program is a career-oriented educational adventure that combines knowledge gained in the classroom with real-life project experience.
Our curriculum is rooted in developing the "essential workplace skills" so many employers today require.
The program enables adults with two years of college to complete their degree in less than two years.
This team based program provides a rich mixture of hard and soft skills. The program consists of 16 courses each lasting five weeks. Students meet with their instructor for a four hour session once a week and with their teammates on another night of their choosing. Student assessment is based upon individual and team contributions – just like the workplace – through class participation, assignments, projects and presentations.
By combining workplace experience and insights with knowledge gained in the classroom, students develop advanced skills for the most challenging and competitive business environments. If you are looking to advance your career, the School of Continuing Studies can help you gain the skills you need to succeed!
Accelerated Degree Program Mission Statement
Within the Accelerated Degree Program, the School of Continuing Studies integrates the traditional liberal arts with professional studies in a unique team learning environment.
The Accelerated Business Administration Program provides collaborative experiential learning opportunities that prepare students for ethical leadership in business and public service. Course work focuses on the development of critical thinking skills, analysis of diverse and complex business solutions, and prepares students for advanced academic work.
The Accelerated Information Systems Management Program focuses on solid problem-solving, analytical and communication skills, giving students a foundation relevant to evolving technologies. Through team-based, practical projects, students apply theory to solve a wide range of current technology and business issues, preparing graduates for the contemporary job market or advanced academic work.
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