The Professional Benefits of Completing Your Degree at Grace University

Maybe you’ve been contemplating completing your degree for a while now, but aren’t quite sure if the time and financial investments are worth it. Let us tell you, there’s never been a better time to finish your bachelor’s degree online or oncampus at Grace University.  Here are three reasons why:

1. Relationships

The Adult Degree Completion program at Grace University uses a cohort style of learning. That means as you advance through your program, you’ll be working primarily with the same group of students. The relationships you will build with your cohort peers will provide you with a new network of professionals in your field. In addition, collaboration and teamwork brings the group together, building trust and a personal connection that will last well beyond graduation day.

2. A New Point of View

Completing your degree will not only help you advance in your current career or begin a new career, it will also bring a new point of view to your life. In the Adult Degree Completion program, students learn the newest ideas and strategies in their field of study. As you flex your critical thinking skills within your cohort groups, you’ll also be better apt to lead and communicate within your current position and employee team.

3. Leadership Development

Grace University’s mission is to develop servant leaders who will take their faith into their professions. The faculty are dedicated to strengthening your leadership skills and willing to help as you balance your professional, family and student life. Your time management skills will be sharpened as you build your schedule around work, studies and family – making you more efficient personally and professionally after graduation.

To learn more about how to earn credit for your life experiences and earn your bachelor’s degree online or on campus, call 402-449-2826 or visit www.graceuniversity.com.

Grace University, located in Omaha, Neb., is regionally accredited as well as accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) as a private Christian university. Education opportunities abound with more than 40 diverse undergraduate, graduate and adult degree completion programs including education, business, psychology, professional counseling, music, nursing and Christian ministries. The university’s mission is to develop servant leaders for the home, the church and the world through excellence in biblically integrated education.

New Online Degree Programs Approved

New Online Degree Programs Approved

Grace University is pleased to announce that the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) has approved the university’s change request application for two online adult degree completion programs. Beginning in the fall of 2015, adult degree completion students have the opportunity to earn their bachelor’s degree in business leadership or psychology totally online. Continue reading “New Online Degree Programs Approved”

Psychology Program: Integrate Your Faith with Your Career

Are you a compassionate person who loves helping others? The Bachelor of Science in Psychology program is designed for a busy, adult student to complete the program in as little as 16 months.

The Grace University Psychology program offers the opportunity to study a wide variety of psychological topics and allows you to integrate your faith with your practice. Continue reading “Psychology Program: Integrate Your Faith with Your Career”

Business Leadership Degree: Put Your Career on the Fast Track

You’re ready to make a name for yourself but need to finish your degree to move up the career ladder. Grace University’s Business Leadership program can help you do just that in as little as 16 months.

Earning your Bachelor of Science degree in Business Leadership through Grace University’s Adult Degree Completion program helps you bring the best business practices to the workplace through a strong academic program that applies biblical and theological principles. Continue reading “Business Leadership Degree: Put Your Career on the Fast Track”