Newman University offers avenues to individuals who have started but not finished their degree. Choose the degree completion program that best fits your needs.
Kim EbertCowley College transfer
"There are a lot of reasons why I chose to come to Newman, but the deciding factor was the ease of transferring my credits. They really helped me with that and worked me straight into taking courses for my degree instead of having to take just prerequisites."
Discover your infinite potential and unlock the doors to the possibilities that await you! Newman University's Interdisciplinary Bachelor of Arts is designed with returning adults in mind. This program offers students substantial latitude in designing a course of study that meets the needs and experience of the students by creating ways to earn a degree not readily possible in traditional "degree completion" programs. To enter this program, students must have completed 30 hours of previous college credit and must be out of High School for at least eight years.
Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Science
This healthcare major allows students to continue with professional development in order to positively impact the increasingly complex care environments. The educational experiences (advanced practicum, research, ethics, and concentration areas) prepare students to serve in leadership roles required in healthcare today. To enter this program, students must have completed an Associate’s Degree and be currently working in a clinical setting.
Evening/Weekend/Online Degree Programs
Newman offers the ability to use evening and weekend courses to complete a degree in one of the programs below. Some pre-requisites, if needed, may need to be taken during the day.
- Bachelor of Science in Business Studies - Online or on-ground, the Bachelor of Science in Business Online is an innovative 30 credit-hour, degree program designed for working adults to help prepare for business management and leadership roles in a competitive, ever-changing and fast-paced global marketplace. To enter this program, students must have completed 60 hours of previous college credit and some pre-requisite coursework.
- Counseling - The Counseling program is designed to prepare students for a professional career in the delivery of human services to adult, children, and adolescents in need, or for graduate study in counseling, social work and human services. Students may begin this 4-year bachelor’s program at any point in their college career.