WINONA LAKE, IND. – The GOAL program at Grace College offers adult students the opportunity to complete a degree in management without interrupting their careers. With the on-campus degree completion program, students can complete their studies in as little as 16 months by attending classes one night a week and a few Saturdays. For those unable to commute, Grace also offers the program completely online.
At Grace, GOAL students learn in a small cohort model with other adult students who are returning to college to improve their career opportunities and seek the personal satisfaction of completing a bachelor’s degree. Carrie Schneider, 2013 GOAL graduate, said, “The Monday after receiving my bachelor’s degree through GOAL, I received a promotion! This is a wonderful boost for my family and career and I’m so grateful for the part that Grace College and my professors played in my professional development.”
“It is a constant thrill to share outstanding academic experiences with adult students who are working diligently to complete their B.S. degrees,” said Dr. Steve Grill, dean of the School of Adult and Community Education. “The GOAL program is special in what it offers students: an opportunity to experience a community of like-minded students and receive a Bachelor of Science in Management while maintaining work and home commitments.”
Find more information at www.grace.edu/degreecompletion or call 877.607.0012 to speak with an Admissions Counselor. Eligible applicants must hold an associate degree or have earned at least 60 college credits to be admitted into the program.