“EMU gave me the opportunity to start over in life and live up to my potential.”
ADCP alumna and EMU graduate
Adult Degree Completion Program (ADCP)
Finish your degree without leaving your job! Find the path that’s right for you; choose from one of the following programs of study:
At EMU you’ll get an education like no other. Our program is fully accredited, reasonably priced, and accelerated.
- Attend class one night a week for 15-17 months
- Study in a small group with other working adults
- Network with other industry professionals
- Increase your earnings potential
Our faculty and staff are dedicated to academics and Anabaptist and Mennonite values of peacebuilding and service. We’ll help you combine exciting courses, earn credit for your work and life experience, and finish what you started… your college degree!
If you have at least 60 transferable hours of college credit, are at least 25 years of age, and have a 2.0 GPA, you may qualify to enroll.
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New graduate certificates in business administration and organizational leadership serve professional needsApril 23rd, 2015
Eastern Mennonite University will offer two new graduate certificates in business administration and organizational leadership, beginning in the fall of 2015. Both programs are designed for working professionals seeking leadership skills. Completion time ranges from 9-18 months. For professionals already in business or leadership roles, the graduate certificate is an intermediate step between a bachelor’s …More
Experienced administrators provide leadership in new associate provost and director of operations positions at EMU LancasterApril 15th, 2015
Counselor, professor and administrator Mary Jensen was recently named associate provost of Eastern Mennonite University’s Lancaster site, which serves approximately 1,000 students in nursing, pastoral studies and graduate education programs. The first to fill this new position, Jensen will focus on organizational leadership and program development beginning July 1, 2015. She is currently associate dean …More