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  • Providence College School of Continuing Education Launches Flex Degree Program for Adult Learners

    Providence College’s School of Continuing Education (PCSCE) today announced the launch of flexible degree programs (Flex Programs) for adult learners.  Like PCSCE’s other part-time programs, each student chooses their degree path and sets the pace from Day 1. But with Flex Programs, adult learners will also enjoy a learning experience that is delivered almost entirely online, with only a few classes held on PC’s Providence campus. 
    “Our new Flex Programs offer all the benefits of an accredited, world-class education that is designed to fit each individual’s goals and learning preferences,” said PCSCE Dean Carmen Aguilar. “Providence College is committed to serving the evolving needs of adult learners, especially working professionals, throughout the tri-state area. These new programs reflect that commitment by offering students superior accessibility, affordability, and convenience for completing a Providence College bachelor’s degree part time,” Aguilar said. 
    PCSCE has begun accepting applications for its initial release of Flex Programs this September, including bachelor’s degrees in liberal studies, professional studies, and social science, and an associate’s degree in liberal studies.
    PCSCE provides a supportive learning experience for working adults and their part-time studies. The institution offers the most affordable degree programs in the region, a low student-to-faculty ratio (12:1), caring faculty and advisers, and a 90% student satisfaction rate. Unlike larger institutions or online schools, PCSCE students receive the personalized attention and guidance needed for successful degree completion. 
    Providence College’s School of Continuing Education offers accredited bachelor’s and master’s degrees, certificates, and professional development programs for adult learners. Popular programs include healthcare administration, leadership development, liberal studies, professional studies, social science, and teacher certification. PCSCE students have an age range of 18 to 87 and an average class size of 12. Since 1918, PCSCE has served adult learners seeking professional and personal enrichment while balancing work/life demands. Learn more at continuing-education.providence.edu.  
    Founded in 1917, Providence College is the only college or university in the United States administered by the Dominican Friars. The Catholic, liberal arts college has an undergraduate enrollment of approximately 4,100 students and offers degrees in 50 academic majors. Since 1997, Providence College consistently has been ranked among the top five regional universities in the North according to U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges.” 


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