You can pursue three professional undergraduate majors through the Adult Degree Completion Program in the School of Professional and Graduate Studies at Grace University. They are:

  • Business Leadership
  • Ministry Studies
  • Psychology

Students can attend classes year round to complete their degree requirements. Your completion time depends upon the number of credits transferred, but many students complete their degree within 18 months.

Classes meet just one night per week for five or six weeks each, from 6:00pm-10:00pm. Remaining requirements may be achieved by transferring previously earned credits, taking additional elective courses while enrolled, or through experiental/life experience and testing such as CLEP and DSST. The compressed nature of these courses is consistent with standards of good practice for adult degree completion programs.

Online Courses

Although at this time, Grace University does not offer full degree programs in a completely online format, our Adult Degree Completion Program does occasionally offer online accelerated courses. Online courses can help students already enrolled in the University’s on-campus programs to accelerate their completion time. The University is currently in the process of application for offering accredited degree programs completely online.

Courses now available online include:

  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Old Testament Survey 1 & 2
  • New Testament Survey 1 & 2
  • Financial Management
  • Ministry
  • Doctrine 1 & 2

Online course offerings vary each semester.

Please call our School of Professional & Graduate Studies at 402.449.2826 for more information.

  • What is the Adult Degree Completion Program?

  • If I have never been to college before, can I still enroll in the program?

  • What majors can I choose?

  • What are the entrance requirements?

  • How many of my past college credits will transfer?

  • How long will it take me to finish my degree through this program?

  • How much does it cost to get my degree?


I-Studies provide learning through assignments that require the student to synthesize knowledge acquired through the course text(s), research projects, papers, assessments, and other learning methodologies. Studies are pursued independently and may be completed at the student’s own pace within the unit deadlines established by the I-Studies Office. Deadlines cover a 4-week period.
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