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Adult Degree Programs

When you have a career and personal obligations to uphold, going back to school must be flexible and meet your needs. At Tennessee Wesleyan University, we make it a priority to help you accelerate your career goals through a tailored, engaging adult degree programs.

 

Through three flexible, accelerated degree programs for working adults, you can further your education, finish your degree, and achieve personal and professional goals.

 

Take Classes on Your Schedule

Our bachelor's degree programs for working adults are specifically tailored to allow you to take classes that fit your schedule. TWU is dedicated to helping the non-traditional student thrive. Our adult education programs offer:

- Flexibility

- Convenience

- Affordability

 


 

PROGRAM OFFERINGS

 

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (Management Excellence program)

As a student of the Goodfriend School of Business at Tennessee Wesleyan, you will rise as a business leader through engaging, real-world focused business management courses that are offered in five different emphases.

ME Admissions

 

PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

The PLCJ is designed to open doors for advancement for adult students by providing the opportunity to learn administration and leadership skills for many law enforcement professions. Concentrations in Administration of Justice and Behavioral Sciences promote current knowledge foundations while supporting upward professional mobility.

PLCJ Admissions

 

RN to BSN

Designed to help you move your career forward on a schedule and in a format that fits your busy life, TWU’s RN to BSN program will help you achieve your goals through a tailored, engaging adult degree program, fully online, which can be completed in as little as 12 months.

RN to BSN Admissions

Management
Criminal Justice
RN to BSN
100%

RN to BSN online classes

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Management emphases

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