Adult Degree Completion

The path to getting a degree isn’t always an easy one, and sometimes life can get in the way of your future plans. That's why at PLNU our adult learners are met with tailored curriculums, flexible class schedules, and a dedicated community for students to not only be successful in their field, but have a life-changing experience in the process. Because we know how important this next phase of your educational journey is and want to support you every step of the way.

What is a Degree Completion Program?

Whether you’re returning to education or looking for an alternative to a traditional undergraduate experience, the adult degree completion (ADC) program at PLNU may be the perfect way to further your education at a pace that works for you.

4 Signs It’s Time For a Career Change

If your current job leaves you feeling drained and disconnected, it may be time to start exploring other options. Exploring and pursuing a new career while still in your current job may seem difficult, but adult degree options at PLNU are designed to help you do just that.

Great Degrees for Adults Returning to College

If you are thinking about returning to college as an adult here are some tips to consider. Also see what bachelor degree completion programs PLNU offers for adults.

Why Is Early Childhood Education Important?

What are some of your most vivid childhood memories? Do you remember learning your ABCs or learning how to distinguish colors? People often assume that real learning begins when kids start elementary school; however, children learn a lot between the time they’re born and the time they start kindergarten. 

What is an RN to BSN Degree?

Every year, about 200,000 positions open up for nursing students to become licensed RNs. See what the process of becoming an RN entails and why should you consider earning your Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Work, Parenting, and College: 5 Tips to Be Successful

It’s never too late to pursue a college degree! If you’re a parent who wants to go back to school, here’s some advice to successfully balance school, family, work, and everything in-between.