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Adult Professional Programs

Upskill, reskill and increase your earning potential with a career-focused degree.

In Immaculata’s adult professional programs, you can earn an undergraduate degree that benefits your career, fits your schedule and suits your budget.

  • Upskill or reskill to advance in your field or change careers.
  • Save money with affordable tuition of just $250 per credit for an associate degree and $465 per credit for most bachelor’s degrees. This reduced cost is one of the lowest of any four-year private institution in the region!
  • Take flexible classes that fit your schedule, including online, accelerated or evening. Complete your degree at your own pace while balancing work and family responsibilities.
  • Save time by transferring up to 72 college credits toward your degree or earning credits for workplace training and other prior learning. Our staff will review your transcripts and accept as many credits as possible, which may allow you to graduate in two years or less!

Degrees Built for the Real World




Emergency planning

Health care management



And more!

Earn a credential that can make you a sought-after professional in valuable career fields, with excellent job security and potential for a higher salary.

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Support Designed for Adult Learners

Nearly 10,000 adult students over 50+ years have studied at Immaculata and reported high satisfaction with their programs’ flexibility, expert faculty, caring staff and helpful services. You will receive personalized attention from supportive faculty in small classes that facilitate personal connections. What’s more, you’ll have access to staff who can help you with writing, career development, tutoring, counseling and more.

Francine Toth

Francine Toth ’22

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

“The time and effort of returning to school will pay off, not just with your employer, but also for yourself. It was a life-changing experience for me.”

John Bobik

John Bobik, ’21, ’23

A.S. in information systems, B.S. in organizational behavior

“The support staff are excellent, from financial aid to guidance on the courses you need to take and the writing center. It is never too late to start a new chapter in your life.”

Learn More about Immaculata Adult Professional Programs

Olivia Lynch

Student Spotlight

Olivia Cuevas Lynch ’19 had nearly 20 years of nursing experience working with telemetry/oncology stroke patients before she returned to college for her bachelor’s degree.

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