St. Joseph's College offers undergraduate courses to working adults in flexible time frames, so that they can balance their many work and family commitments. Classes are offered day and evening in three-hour blocks, meeting one day each week for 14 sessions.
LONG ISLAND CAMPUS WEEKEND OPTION
The Long Island Campus offers an Accelerated Weekend College that helps working adults with busy schedules earn a bachelor’s degree in organizational management, human services or health administration. Students can obtain several certificates through the program. The program brings students to campus almost every other weekend and it allows students to earn 27 credits per year.
For all our programs, your prior training and experience will serve as the foundation of your degree plan and we provide individualized counseling and a supportive learning environment that will enable you to reach your academic and career goals.
Accelerated Weekend College helps working adults achieve their goal of earning a bachelor’s degree. This program is designed for adults whose schedules make it difficult for them to attend day or evening classes.
This program allows you to earn up to 27 credits a year by coming to campus every other weekend.
Invest just 24 weekends a year and you can accelerate your progress towards earning a bachelor’s degree in organizational management, human services or health administration. Your prior training and experience will serve as the foundation to build your degree plan on and we provide individualized counseling and a supportive learning environment that enables you to reach your academic and career goals.
Why should I choose Accelerated Weekend College?
If you are an adult student who works and finds it difficult to attend classes in the other time formats, because you commute to your job in New York City, or you have to be home in the evening with your children, then Weekend College offers you a framework that fits well with the suburban Long Island lifestyle. It combines an every-other-weekend class schedule.
Whom do I contact for more information about this program?
If you would like to visit the campus during a regular Weekend College Weekend, or sit in on a Weekend College class, call the Office of Admissions in the School of Professional and Graduate Studies at 631.687.4501, to help you set up a visit. At that time you can also meet with an adviser.