Many of us live with a sense of unfinished business. We started college, but did not complete our bachelor’s degree we intended to, or we weren’t able to get the classes we needed to graduate in a reasonable amount of time. More and more, adults are returning to college to fulfill their desire.
In fact, the number of adults attending college is greater than the number of traditional college students.
WJU School of Professional Studies can help you develop the tools needed to succeed! In the SPS you will earn a degree that has high academic standards interlaced with Biblical principles and you will share experiences with others in your cohort that time and again we hear are “life-changing” and “immensely rewarding.”
Overview of the SPS Program
Bachelor degrees requires a minimum of 128 applicable semester units: 52 general education units, 26 elective units and 50 units in the major.
The purpose of the General Education units are to demonstrate a broad range of knowledge, which provides the base for a well-educated citizen. These courses should be completed before starting the major. The academic program is set for each major and follows a prescribed sequence. The sequence is listed below. Students admitted to the School of Professional Studies with less than 60 applicable units are admitted as Bridge students.
- Classes meet one evening a week or on periodic weekends
- Earn a BA in as few as 19 months
- Teaching credential can be complete in 12 months
- Accelerated Courses (5 weeks in length)
- Small class size
- Cohort model (group stays together throughout the program)
- Faculty comprised of experienced leaders in their industries
- Dedicated staff eager to guide you through the process
Professional Facilities that Inspire Learning
The School of Professional Studies provides state-of-the-art facilities for adult learning. Our classrooms are equipped with online computers, digital projectors, DVD players, and the ubiquitous Whiteboard.
Rather than desks, we use office chairs and tables for increased space and collaboration. In addition to the classroom facilities, free campuswide
wifi and full library facilities (both hardcopy and Ebook resources) are also available.
On-Site Computer Lab
Both sites provide computer lab facilities that offer extended hours for SPS students. Students may come anytime the lab is open to do online research, compose or print materials.