We know that life gets busy. Whether you’re returning to school after a gap year(s), juggling a hectic family schedule, or managing a full time career, we’re here to help you cross the finish line at graduation.
SNU offers undergraduate degree programs that suit a variety of interests and career goals. Choose the career path that’s right for you and your life circumstances.
We also understand that not all learning takes place in the classroom. That’s why we’ve developed a curriculum tailored for both online and in-person instruction. Meanwhile, you’ll earn credit for the knowledge you’ve already harnessed through experiential learning.
The path toward an undergraduate education can be winding, but there’s so much to discover and discern about your life’s mission along the way. We’re excited to join you on the ride.
Regardless of your life circumstances, it’s never too late to finish your degree. SNU offers flexible undergraduate degree programs because every student deserves a chance to succeed in the time they need. Learn more about SNU’s diverse degree offerings below.
Take the first step in your journey back to school by earning your Associate of Arts in General Studies. This program consists of 10 general education courses and 10 elective courses so you can customize your degree to your interests and strengths.
The curriculum provides the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to develop, implement, support, and maintain industry-standard information systems and technology platforms essential for any size of organization.
You can complete SNU’s PTA program in 23 months! Our cohort format offers classes at night because we recognize the diverse intersections of students. This format gives you the flexibility to continue working or care for your other daytime responsibilities. SNU provides extensive support including advising and enrollment assistance, free tutoring, and a broad network of local clinicians who also serve as associate faculty members and guest lecturers. Learn more about the program's accreditation here.
Develop the skills necessary to lead a nonprofit or transform a business of any size. A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration not only equips you with powerful leadership skills, but it also boosts your earning potential and long-term career prospects.
Develop the communication and strategy skills to successfully lead any team. A Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership prepares you to address a variety of complex problems any business will face and offer complete, inclusive solutions.
A Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice is more than a degree; it’s part of a great life mission to seek accountability and serve the community. Build a steady career while building financial security for you and your family.
Fuel your passion for tech and creative problem-solving. A Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity gives you the skills you need and the space to explore the world of hackers, online threats and other cybersecurity risks.
Learn the essential skills you need to shape the future of the healthcare industry with an ethical Christian lens.
Study the process of human development when you pursue a Bachelor of Science in Family Studies & Gerontology. Immerse yourself in social services, geriatric care and the complex family dynamics that care providers of all kinds must navigate.
Earn the prerequisites you need at a pace you can manage. The Accelerated General Education Course meets in person for five weeks, one night per week, and is also available online. Hone valuable skills while accelerating your graduation timeline.
“The adult studies program, and its emphasis on creating an adult learning environment, was designed so brilliantly. It offered us an opportunity to fit higher education into our already busy lives, giving us flexibility and manageable tasks.”
“[My success] is all because I went through those two programs at SNU that gave me what I consider a very well-rounded view of gerontology and the family systems."
“I chose SNU for a few reasons. They offered something a lot of other colleges didn’t. They offered a place where I could go to school in the evening times, after work, and still be able to complete my degree in a reasonable amount of time. When I saw the VETS Center on the website, I immediately gave them a call.”
“The model of prayer, and having devotionals, and having teachers that are available — a chaplain that is available at your leisure and is there to help you with your own self-care as an adult — definitely helped sway my decision toward SNU."
“We were challenged to think and perform outside of our comfort zones, and as a result, we are walking away from this experience with a newfound global perspective and a new appreciation for the world and humanity around us.”
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