BA/BS Professional Studies Degree

Master of Science in Information Systems

BA/BS Professional Studies Degree

Online and On-Campus BA/BS Degree for Non-Traditional Students

The Marist College Professional Studies adult education bachelor’s degree is a specialized program designed for students looking to return, transfer, or begin college as an adult student. Whether you are looking to transfer credits from a community college, earn your degree after serving in the military or earn your degree as a non-traditional student, the Marist Professional Studies program can provide you with the necessary tools to earn your degree.

Our adult education bachelor’s degree program is geared towards helping students earn their bachelor’s degree on their own time through a personalized combination of several different programs of study including; American Studies, Communication and the Arts, Data Center Technologies, Economics, Enterprise Systems, Information Technology and Systems, Leadership, Organizational Leadership & Communication (OLC), Professional Studies, Project Management and Psychology.

Through our accelerated part-time and full-time bachelor’s degree programs, adult students interested in enrolling in college as a non-traditional student are able to choose between online and on-ground courses to complete their bachelor's.

Each Professional Studies adult education program is designed to provide non-traditional undergraduate students with the knowledge, critical thinking, and leadership skills needed to take on complex responsibilities in a wide range of professional fields.

In addition, Marist's Professional Studies online degree program has once again been ranked among the top in U.S. News & World Report's "Best Online Education Programs." The Professional Studies degree has been included in the "Best Online Education Programs" list since U.S. News began reviewing and rating online degree programs in 2012. For 2017, Marist's Professional Studies program is ranked No. 28 in the nation after moving up 20 places from last year's list.

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