Pursue One of Our Adult Degree or Continuing Education Programs
We strive to help our students reach their goals and earn their bachelor’s degrees — all while working full time. We offer our adult degree completion programs in nursing and social work. Learn about our bachelor’s programs and our continuing education courses below.
Bachelor of Science Degree Programs
Fast track bachelor’s degree completion for registered nurses with an associates degree. We offer onsite, online and hybrid options!
A fully-accredited degree in social work available primarily through evening classes.
Professional Development & Continuing Education
This convenient and affordable one-year program, which addresses all of the state’s EL content standards for educator preparation, is designed with the full-time teacher in mind: a manageable course load, classes that meet only one evening per week and fieldwork assignments that can be carried out in your existing classroom and school.
This daytime program allows bachelor’s degree graduates from any college to transition into teaching. After a year and a half of classes and field experiences, you will be ready to be licensed and begin your career in the teaching profession.
STEM Teach has brought together a group of private colleges and universities to offer STEM courses and workshops to K-12 teachers, including teachers preparing to be certified to teach dual credit at the high school level. There is no cost to participating teachers and participants will receive $400 for each successfully completed course or workshop as well as a stipend for course materials and books.
The Center for Business and Entrepreneurial Education (CBEE) is dedicated to supporting local businesses through developing and operating educational programs for local managers, employees, and entrepreneurs. Please contact us for information about courses offered at Goshen College, or to discuss customized, in-company programs.
Why study at Goshen?
- Convenience and flexibility are our signatures. Our programs are designed for working adults, our learning model allows you to enhance your skills and finish your bachelor’s degree in evening classes that meet only one night per week.
- You’ll be surprised by how affordable we are. Most of our students are eligible for financial aid. You can’t afford to waste money or time—that’s why we have multiple payment options to suit your needs and there are no hidden fees. “For me, it was three to six thousand dollars cheaper to come here then to go to a public college.” — Current Student
- You’ll benefit from an accredited and highly respected college.
Goshen College is consistently ranked among the best liberal arts colleges and best colleges for working adults in the country. We have the reputation, faculty quality and history of student success you are looking for.
- You’ll appreciate the personalized attention, small classes and individual advising.
- A caring learning community will walk with you on this journey.
“We still get together periodically, and I think that’s what made the program for me.” — Current Student
- You’ll be well-prepared by our career-centered approach.
We believe hands-on experience can be as valuable as classroom learning, so we’ll help you get college credit for your real-world knowledge. We also incorporate practical experience into the classroom to help you navigate today’s complicated workplace.
“I wouldn’t have felt like I could’ve gone for the job I did if it weren’t for this school that has helped me be confident.” — Current Student
- An intercultural education will prepare you for thriving in the 21st century. In today’s work environment, managers trained to lead diverse workforces will be increasingly in demand.
- It’s very achievable. Goshen College has an 80% graduation rate in our adult programs.
Contact Us Directly
Graduate & Continuing Studies
1700 South Main Street
Goshen, Indiana 46526
Phone: 574.535.7464 or (800) 390-3490
Location on Campus:
Welcome Center, located on the north end of the Union Building. Get map and directions.
Distance education students residing in other states may contact the Indiana Commission for Higher Education concerning complaints after having completed the institution’s student complaint process.