Goshen College will now offer a 10 percent discount on tuition to all GC alumni who enroll in one of the college’s post-baccalaureate programs, beginning in fall 2022.
The discount can be used for a Goshen College post-baccalaureate program if the applicant earned a prior degree at Goshen College, including a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree (a master’s degree qualifies in pursuit of a second master’s or a doctoral degree).
Interested alumni should complete the admissions applicant requirements for their program of interest. Once students have been admitted, they will be notified of their discount.
Additional info can be found at goshen.edu/discount.
Six GC programs are eligible for this discount:
- Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP): This online post-master’s program can be completed in as little as 24 months, and equips nursing professionals to take the next step in their career with a practice-based doctorate. The program emphasizes: intercultural competency, servant leadership and innovative problem-solving.
- Master of Arts in Environmental Education: This 11-month residency program includes studying and living at the college’s 1,189 acre nature preserve – Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center. Graduates work as environmental educators in diverse settings such as nature centers, outdoor education programs, nonprofit camps, parks and recreation programs, public and private schools, and independent environmental organizations.
- Master of Business Administration (MBA): This highly differentiated online MBA combines business excellence with leadership values that are necessary for 21st century leadership. The program emphasizes sustainability, self-awareness and making a profit without harm to people or the environment.
- Master of Science in Nursing (Family Nurse Practitioner, FNP): This program is designed for the registered nurse who is a graduate of a baccalaureate program in nursing and seeks to be a family nurse practitioner. The values-based program is built on GC’s tradition of excellence in nursing education.
- Transition to Interpreting: The Transition to Interpreting program allows bachelor’s degree graduates to transition into sign language interpreting. After a year and half of classes, students will be ready to be licensed and begin a career in interpreting.
- Transition to Teaching: This daytime program allows bachelor’s degree graduates to transition into teaching. After a year and a half of classes and field experiences, students will be ready to be licensed and begin their career in the teaching profession.