Going Back to School
June 6, 2012
I have spent the last year sharing college-planning information on this Parent Prep resource site. Little did I know that I would be the one going back to college this year!
Like many adults (maybe you, too?!), I've been thinking about pursuing an advanced degree for some time. God opened the door, and now I'm back to reading textbooks, writing papers, and learning how to balance family, professional, and academic life. For me, an online degree option made it possible.
Did you know that Cedarville University offers online graduate programs that serve adult learners? Currently, our Master of Education is available fully online with starts in fall, spring, and summer. Courses are offered in convenient eight-week modules, and tuition is among the lowest you'll find. There is still time to apply and start your first course this month!
Cedarville also offers a Master of Science in Nursing, and online courses are in development. We are pursuing the necessary approvals to be able to offer the M.S.N.'s global health ministries track fully online starting fall 2013. (Global health ministries is ideally suited for individuals interested in population-based care, including community and public health nursing.)
More online programs are in process, including a fully online M.B.A. Cedarville undergraduate students also have the flexibility to take online courses as part of their degree program. (Cedarville is one of very few schools that integrates online into its campus programs. We believe it's important for students to engage with the learning platforms that are shaping the future of higher education.)
Cedarville also offers online courses for high school students. Available at a significantly reduced rate (just $150 per credit hour), "dual enrollment" is a great way for juniors and seniors to get a head start on college classes and save money.
Watch for more online program announcements in the coming weeks and months! I hope your summer is off to a great start!
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