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St. Edward's University New College Program Focuses on Helping Adult Students

St. Edward's University recently joined the Coalition of Adult Learning Focused Institutions (ALFI).  Colleges and universities in the Coalition strive continuously to improve their programs and services for adult students, assess their adult degree programs regularly, and share “best practices” for adult learners with other Coalition members.

 

For the twelfth consecutive year, St. Edward’s University was recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of America’s Best Colleges, moving up two spots to #13 in the 2015 Best Regional Universities West region rankings. St. Edward’s is one of only four Texas universities to be ranked in the top 20 in the Best Regional Universities rankings. Additionally, St. Edward’s was ranked #2 in the West region in the Best Colleges for Veterans rankings. 

New College, designed for working adults, offers academic quality, convenience, and flexibility while challenging students to think critically about themselves and the world around them. New College is committed to teaching excellence with an emphasis on the liberal arts, values analysis, and diverse perspectives. We believe that learning is a life-long process and our faculty understand the needs and challenges of adult learners. Learn more about our liberal arts approach.

New College offers the following degrees through our evening program:  Computer Information Science, Criminal Justice,  Human Services, Organizational Communication, Organizational Leadership, Psychology, Public Safety Management, Accounting, and Business and Management. For a degree tailored to meet your personal and/or professional goals, we also offer Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies. In addition, students may pursue any of the  traditional undergraduate majors offered at St. Edward's.

We offer many options for earning credit, including transfer work, credit by exam, and the potential to earn credit for experiental learning (commonly known as portfolio). We encourage you to work closely with your academic advisor to find the right options that will work best for you.

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For a list of degrees, please refer to our Undergraduate Programs.

Graduate students may pursue degrees in Liberal Arts, Counseling,  and College Student Development. For additional information, please refer to our Graduate Programs.

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