Adult degree completion program sees successful 1st year at MSSU

Saturday, July 15, 2023
Joplin Globe

Missouri Southern State University is entering its second year of offering the adult degree completion program, which helps adult learners who want to complete their college degree. New curriculum is being developed, and a new course that will be available is the Return to Learn course. This class will allow adult learner students who haven’t attended school in a while to catch up on the current classroom landscape. “We’ve been able to keep our goal of providing adult learners accessible, affordable and accelerated degree paths to assist them with career advancement,” said William Mountz, program director. “The first year of ADC has exceeded my expectations. We didn’t even have office space for the first month or two. Now, we have a suite in Taylor Hall that includes a study room for students.”

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