How does the accelerated pace work?
What degrees and majors do you offer?
What time do your courses meet?
Does the Accelerated Degree Program offer online courses?
How much is your tuition, and how can I make a payment?
Is Financial Aid available?
Does Albertus Magnus College accept transfer credits?
How can I receive credit for life experience?
How do I become a student in the Accelerated Degree Program?
After reviewing this website, what should I do next?
Accelerated degree programs at Albertus Magnus offer you the flexibility to earn the degree you seek in the format that best fits your busy schedule and lifestyle. All programs are accelerated. At Albertus, you customize your learning experience - while we support your success! Your enrollment advisor will guide you through your options, which include:
Choose the Program That Works for You
日本一本道a不卡免费Two accelerated programs give you the flexibility to choose what works for you.
We offer Associate and Bachelor degrees in the following majors.
- Business Administration (Accounting / Finance)
- Management (Marketing, Health Care, International, Human Resource)
- Management Information Systems
- Criminal Justice
- General Studies
- Human Services
- Philosophy & Religion
- Psychology (General, Art Therapy, Child Development / Mental Health)
- Social Science
Accelerated Degree Program
日本一本道a不卡免费Most of our courses meet twice a week in the evening. We have Monday / Wednesday classes or Tuesday / Thursday classes that meet from 5:30PM to 7:50PM or from 8PM to 10:20PM. Students who wish to take two classes may take them "back to back" on the same days or come to class on different days. We also offer a few Saturday morning courses that run from 8:30AM to 1:10PM.
New Dimensions Program
In the New Dimensions Program, the student will be attending one class per week, typically from 6:00 - 10:00 pm, and completing course assignments each week. This program is a "computer enhanced" program which means that on-line applications may be utilized to augment the learning experience.
Yes. Our program offers nearly 75% of our courses either in a blended or online format. Blended courses, meet once a week in a classroom setting, and once a week through performing various assignments on-line in an asynchronous format. This format gives students the flexibility of spending more time at home while still being able to have physical classroom contact with professors and peers.
日本一本道a不卡免费In addition, Albertus Magnus College also offers the option for both the Bachelor of science in Business Management and the MBA in a completely online format.
Yes! Both full and part time matriculated students may apply for financial aid at Albertus Magnus College. For further information, you may call the Office of Financial Aid at (203) 773-8508.
Albertus Magnus College will accept transfer credits from any regionally accredited two or four year college. (Coursework must be completed with a minimum grade of C or better.) In order to have your transcripts evaluated, you must have official transcripts sent from that institution to the Office of Continuing Education. Once you have become a matriculated student in our Accelerated Degree Program, the Registrar will evaluate the transcripts and assign credit accordingly. Here are some basic guidelines:
A maximum of 90 credits is transferable toward a Bachelor degree from an accredited four-year college for work done satisfactorily (grade C or better).
日本一本道a不卡免费A maximum of 64 credits (grade C or better) is transferable toward a Bachelor degree from junior and community colleges.
日本一本道a不卡免费A maximum of 39 credits (grade C or better) is transferable toward an Associate degree.
日本一本道a不卡免费Students may receive credit for life experience through CLEP and / or DANTES examinations, challenge exams, or portfolios. Most life experience credit is given through the examination option. The Registrar's Office maintains guidelines on specific test acceptance and scoring proficiency. Information about the CLEP and DANTES can be obtained by making an appointment with an academic coordinator - call 203.773.8505.
The next step is to set up an appointment with one of our academic coordinators. We are available on Monday through Thursday from 8:30AM to 8PM and Friday from 8:30AM to 4:30PM. Our academic coordinators are available to do the following:
· Answer questions about the application and matriculation process
· Help you become a new student
· Help you pick out classes
· Help you choose your major
· Help evaluate transfer credits and give you an estimated completion date
日本一本道a不卡免费 To make an appointment, simply call our office at (203)773-8505, and we will be more than happy to assist you!