Adult Degree Program

The Adult Degree Program at George Fox University offers six majors, three minors, and eight certificate programs to adult students who are returning to college to complete their undergraduate degree.

The majors are unique alternatives to the traditional method of pursuing a college degree. Courses are designed to meet the needs and learning styles of working adults. Classes are online, with synchronous and asynchronous options.

Students study with other adults who share similar interests and concerns. Together they form an academic learning community, drawing from their own personal, professional, and technical backgrounds as they follow an intense program of classes and individual study.

Students who successfully complete the courses of their major program and the accompanying degree requirements such as general education and prerequisites are granted either a bachelor of science degree in cybersecurity management (CYBR), data analytics (DATA), or project management (MPJM), or a bachelor of arts degree in psychology & mental health studies (PMHS), management and organizational leadership (MGOL), or healthcare administration (MGHA).

Through these areas of study, the Adult Degree Program serves the needs of adult learners and helps them assess personal values, develop interpersonal skills, and enhance competencies in order to better contribute to the organizations and individuals they seek to serve.

Majors and Minors

Other adult degree completion programs offered at George Fox include Elementary Education.

Certificate Programs