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Adult and Graduate Education at Roberts Wesleyan College

Should you go back to college?

Posted by Michael Blankenship on Sep 9, 2014 11:49:46 AM

There's something standing between you and your goal. Maybe it's sufficient work experience, or perhaps your employer believes you lack sufficient training.

Why pursue a bachelor’s degree?

Choosing to go back to college is a big decision. To succeed, you need to find your motivation to earn your bachelor's degree. Are you looking to increase your earning potential (also known as "make more money")? Do you want to achieve a leadership role?

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Topics: Degrees for Adults, adult education, time-shortened education, back to college, degree completion, adult degrees

Finish your bachelor's degree with degree-completion

Posted by Michael Blankenship on Aug 27, 2014 8:50:00 AM

Earn your bachelor’s degree in as few as 15 months with degree-completion

Degree-completion: You may not have heard of it before, but if you’re thinking about going back to college to finish your bachelor’s degree, you’ll want to read on.

Degree-completion is an accelerated and innovative approach to earning a bachelor’s degree that allows adult learners to apply most past college credits and experiences toward a degree.

The fact is, you can earn your degree in as few as 15-21 months through one of these innovative bachelor’s degree programs at Roberts Wesleyan College. It works by allowing adult learners like you to leverage past college credits and earn college credit for what you already know. Plus, your professional and life experiences may also qualify for college credit.

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Topics: Degrees for Adults, adult education, time-shortened education, back to college, degree completion, adult degrees

College after Combat - What Veterans Need to Know About College

Posted by Jason Hammel on Dec 15, 2011 2:34:00 PM

Combat veterans have a difficult transition to make from serving their country in active war zones, to assimilating back into civilian life. This process can often feel isolating and troublesome – veterans may find that the skill set that served them well on the battle field may not be as helpful in day-to-day civilian life.  Not to mention, unemployment rates in the U.S. are higher than ever, which can cause a combat veteran’s job search to become incredibly frustrating.  However, using this transition time to attend college after combat may be the best way to assimilate back into civilian life, while gaining the education and tools necessary to become more marketable in a competitive economy. 

5 College Tips for Veterans

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Topics: Military Friendly College, Degrees for Veterans, Military Education Benefits, Degrees for Adults, College after combat