Your Path to a Great Future
Future-proof your career in this time of uncertainty by finishing your bachelor’s degree or earning a certificate in a work-ready field. At Elmhurst, you’ll find the rigorous programs and flexible scheduling you need to thrive.
What is a Degree Completion Program?
A degree completion program is a special academic program designed for adults who come to Elmhurst University with some previous college experience. The intent is to provide a flexible path toward completing an undergraduate degree at an accelerated pace.
Our bachelor’s completion programs are designed to fit into your schedule, enabling you to balance work and family life, finish your degree, enhance your skills and advance your career.
Bachelor’s Degree Completion Programs
Elmhurst Management Program (Business Administration)
Complete a major in business administration in as little as three terms—and get on the fast track to professional success.
From ASP.NET programming to SQL databases to infrastructure and beyond, our IT program will prepare you for a career in a high-growth industry.
Psychology (Evening Program)
Explore the workings of the mind in evening or hybrid classes. A degree in psychology opens the door to a world of fascinating career opportunities.
RN to BSN Degree Completion Program
Take your nursing degree to the next level with this degree completion option for RNs.
Undergraduate Certificate Programs
The demand for cybersecurity professionals has never been higher. Earn a certificate in this exciting field in less than a year.
Looking for Elmhurst’s Distance ABSN program? Visit the program page to learn more about earning your Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree online in 16 months.
Online Learning and Resources
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the flexibility of our programs and the many learning formats we offer have taken center stage. Here are a few things to know about Elmhurst:
- We plan to return to in-person learning in the 2021 Fall Term.
- We will still offer our students a robust e-learning/virtual classroom option.
- We are continuing to keep our policies updated as information about coronavirus evolves.
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