posted on July 29, 2013 17:44
Adults interested in beginning or continuing their college studies may choose to start their fall semester in August, September or November through the University of Mobile Center for Adult Programs.
The CAP program for adult students ages 25 or older is enrolling students now in its flexible programs. Students attend class one night a week and one Saturday a month in six-week mini-semesters.
Fall semester programs begin Aug. 12, Sept. 23 and Nov. 4. Academic programs include a Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood or Elementary Education, and the Bachelor of Science in Leadership and Cultural Studies.
A separate RN to BSN for Career Nurses program is also available.
For information, visit www.umobile.edu/cap
or call the UMobile Center for Adult Programs at 251.442.2558 or 800.WIN.RAMS.
“Adult students beginning or returning to college need flexible schedules that accommodate their busy lives, and the University of Mobile Center for Adult Programs offers four bachelor degree programs specifically designed to meet those needs,” according to Dr. Pamela Buchanan Miller, dean of the Center for Adult Programs.
The programs offer small class sizes so students have individualized attention as they pursue their college degrees.
The Bachelor of Business Administration
provides a solid business base with strong emphasis on communication skills. The program prepares students to begin or advance in management positions. It incorporates biblically-based ethics and uses innovative techniques such as computer simulations case study analysis.
The Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood or Elementary Education
focuses on the developmental characteristics and earning styles of children. The program of study provides field-based experiences and focuses on the methodology relevant to teaching young children. Students will learn the skills and gain experience necessary for classroom teaching and be prepared for state teacher certification in elementary or early childhood education.
The Bachelor of Science in Leadership and Cultural Studies
provides a classic undergraduate education in the liberal arts tradition. It is designed to teach students to develop proficiency in communication, expand critical thinking ability and improve understanding of interpersonal relations. This course of study builds skills necessary for positions in fields such as human resources, management, counseling, and other service-oriented careers.
The RN to BSN for Career Nurses
program provides individualized clinical experiences based on interests and learning needs, recognizes previously acquired knowledge and skills, and prepares students for career advancement opportunities.
The University of Mobile is a Christian university located in Mobile, Ala., on an 880-acre campus near Gulf Coast beaches. Approximately 1,800 students are enrolled in more than 40 undergraduate and graduate programs in the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Christian Leadership, School of Business, School of Christian Ministries, School of Education, School of Nursing, School of Worship Leadership, Center for Performing Arts/School of Music and Center for Adult Programs.
For more information about the University of Mobile, visit the website at www.umobile.edu
or call Enrollment Services at 1.800.WIN.RAMS or 251.442.2222.