Now Is the Time to Get Your Degree At

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Now Is the Time to Get Your Degree At


"It always bothered me that I did not finish my bachelorAEs degree," says Jeff, a student in his 30s now completing his undergraduate studies at North Park University. "I wanted to prove to myself that I could it. I also wanted to provide a comfortable home for my family. By obtaining a degree, I knew I could be more competitive in the workplace."

If youAEre like Jeff, you realize the importance of furthering your educationufor the sake of professional advancement as well as personal fulfillment. Whether completing your bachelorAEs degree or exploring postgraduate options, North Park University offers a number of graduate and continuing education programs designed with your educational needs and career goals in mind.

With convenient schedules, affordable tuition, attentive faculty, and personalized instruction, you can finish your bachelorAEs degree in a variety of fields, including business, criminal justice, nonprofit management, or counseling. Pursue your certificate or graduate degree in business, management, nonprofit administration, human resources, or higher education administration. Registered nurses can also earn a bachelor or master of science in nursing, and current and perspective teachers can take advantage of our education and endorsement programs.

North Park offers over 50 undergraduate majors, concentrations, pre-professional programs, and certificates in addition to graduate programs. Whether you are looking to study physics, philosophy, biology, or business and economics, we have the classes and the curriculum to prepare you for your future.

Classes are small, with undergraduate classes averaging just 22 students. 87% of North Park full time faculty hold earned PhDAEs or the terminal degree in their field. This means students benefit from the personal attention of highly qualified faculty who love to teach.

North Park UniversityAEs School of Adult Learning has been home to hundreds of adult students who live and work in Chicago and the greater metropolitan area. …

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