Adult Degree Program

Your Timing is Perfect

We’ve served adult learners with our flexible programs for decades. If you’ve been out of high school more than four years and want to start or complete your degree, we’re ready and waiting to help you succeed.

Claim Your Future

There’s No Reason to Wait

Coming Back is Easier Than You Think

Your Education is Our Priority

An Experience for You

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Wilson at a Glance

Learn the numbers that make our Adult Degree Program great.
  • 30+
    years we’ve been serving adult learners
    We’ve been enrolling students like you for more than 30 years. With flexible options that include evening and weekend classes, and admissions counselors who truly understand your challenges, we’ll make sure you get to the next level.
  • 39%
    Adult-Friendly Environment
    When you return to classroom, you won’t feel out of place. Adult students represent more than a third of Wilson’s total undergraduate student population.
  • 5
    majors you can complete exclusively through night classes
    Choose from several programs that won’t cut into your work day at all: accounting, business management, early childhood education, English and communications.

Education

Prepare for a rewarding career in education with our collaborative learning models, partnerships with local communities, and innovative educational practices. Undergraduate, graduate and certification programs also offer a focus on special education.

Business

Gain the critical interpersonal, analytical and economic skills you’ll need to flourish in both the public and private sectors with our undergraduate and graduate business degree programs.

Nursing

Receive your BSN or MSN, or combine either with your existing RN. With a focus on active learning, the latest innovations in nursing education and partnerships with healthcare providers, our programs give you the experience you need to become the most effective and caring nurse possible.

Back to the Books

A quiet voice in the back of her mind kept nagging at Marybeth Richards: Wasn’t it time for her to go back to school and get that college degree? After one long discussion about finances with her husband—which ended with them asking each other, “Where do we go from here?”—she sat in her living room holding her baby daughter and watching her two older children play. “And that quiet voice suddenly got really loud.”
The program is incredibly flexible so that it can take into account family life, kids, jobs.
Beverly Evans, director of ADP admissions

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