Our Adult Degree Programs provide a high-quality, convenient educational experience with a solid Christ-centered foundation. Classes for Adult Degree Programs are offered in Huntington, Fort Wayne, and Columbia City as well as online. Classes are offered in an accelerated five-week format, with classes held one night a week. Online classes allow for maximum flexibility with no requirements of being online at specific times.
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Work Experience = College Credit
Huntington University recognizes that adults often have learning from life experience that is at the college level and qualifies for college credit. For more information on how your experience can turn into college credit, contact Tonya Horvath at firstname.lastname@example.org or (260) 359-4198.
Parkview Tuition Discount
Huntington University offers a 20% tuition discount for Parkview Health employees enrolled in the Adult Degree Programs.
RN to BSN Program
The Adult Degree Program format is designed to help students remain in their jobs while pursuing a degree.
Meet faculty in their program of interest, see a portion of an Adult Degree Programs class, and meet...
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Classes are offered in an accelerated five-week format
Adults often have learning from life experience that is at the college level and qualifies for...
Kristina Wust, of Huntington, Indiana, felt compelled to expand her skills, a necessity in today’s difficult economic climate. Her means of accomplishing her goal was to earn a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Huntington University’s Adult Degree Programs. As the cashier/accounts receivable clerk at Huntington University, Wust works not only with faculty, staff and...
Mike Myers is currently a protodeacon at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in New Haven, Indiana. As a protodeacon, Myers has experience as a deacon and is also part of the Apostolic Ministry with Bishops and Priests. Myers believes that this culture has, for the most part, abandoned its Christian heritage, which makes his task of informing others that Christianity is not irrelevant especially...