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Accelerated Degrees Save Students Money and Time

Accelerated Degrees Save Students Money and Time

Tuesday, November 29, 2022

smiling graduatesCedarville is always looking for ways to help make our distinctly Christian education more affordable and accessible for families. Two of the ways we do that is by offering three-year completion plans for many of our popular undergraduate degrees and by offering accelerated pathways to graduate degrees for students who value or need that additional level of education.

Three-Year Completion Plan

What a great way for students to fast-track their college experience and save money on overall education expenses. You could reduce your college bill by $15,000 or more. And, your student would enter the workforce and begin earning a salary one year sooner, making the value of a three-year degree $50,000 or more!

Students can choose from 14 popular programs:

Visit our website to view the complete list of programs with a three-year completion option and consider the possibilities for your student.

Accelerated Pathways to a Graduate Degree

Another great way to save money is with one of accelerated pathways to a graduate degree. With many careers requiring graduate preparation, Cedarville provides dual degrees and accelerated pathways that will help your student save both time and money as they pursue their professional goals. We offer a five-year B.A. in Biblical Studies+Master of Divinity, a five-year B.S. in Sport Medicine+Master of Athletic Training, and a six- or seven-year pathway leading to a B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. We’ve also created pathways that allow students to combine their major with an M.B.A. or one of our graduate ministry degrees, saving thousands of dollars on the cost of two degrees, making them even more marketable to employers, and moving them into your vocation more quickly. Learn more about graduate pathways.


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