Benedictine will host fall open houses for prospective adult students
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Adult students seeking to advance their careers should attend an open house at Benedictine University to learn how to earn an affordable, advanced degree from a university with a long history of educating values-based leaders.
Benedictine is inviting interested students to attend an Adult and Graduate Open House from 5:30-7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 16 and Wednesday, October 15 at the Bellwood Learning Center located at 407 N. Mannheim Road in Bellwood or at the National Moser Center for Adult Learning located at 1832 Centre Point Circle, Suite 102 in Naperville.
During the event, attendees can meet with an admissions counselor to review program requirements and get an overview of the University’s adult programs. Prospective students can earn a degree in two years or less in an accelerated evening format or earn a certificate that will enhance their career through Benedictine’s fully online certificate programs.
The admissions application fee is waived for open house attendees. Classes are forming in Naperville and Bellwood.
The University provides affordable and convenient courses with evening and weekend classes taught by experts who are practicing professionals.
The curriculum is values-based, hands-on and promises to challenge students in practical, real-world scenarios and inspire the next generation of global leaders. Graduates are prepared to lead within their organizations or become innovative entrepreneurs who will successfully integrate within the world market while adding social value that makes a difference.
The National Moser Center was established to make Benedictine’s strong values-based education available to more nontraditional adult undergraduate and graduate students. It promises to provide adult students throughout the country with accessible, affordable and applicable private higher education opportunities.
Classes are forming now for the following programs: Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Arts in Management, Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership and English as a Second Language Endorsement, among others. For a full listing of programs, please visit ben.edu/moser/undergraduate/ or ben.edu/moser/graduate/.
To learn more about degree and certificate programs at the National Moser Center and to RSVP for this event, call (877) 353-9622 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.