Continuing education

Professor Jason Swartzlander with a study group.

Would you like to continue your education in a way that allows you to continue working full-time balancing work, home and school?

Whether you are completing your bachelor's degree, adding a teaching license or fulfilling dietetic internship requirements, we understand what it means to be a non-traditional student. We are here to support you - and to challenge you - every step of the way.

Bachelor's Degree completion programs

With classes designed specifically for working adults, Bluffton offers bachelor's degree-completion programs in organizational management, also known as BCOMP (Bluffton Cohort-based Organizational Management Program) and health care managementStudents often choose these programs because of their one-night-a-week convenience factor. Classes are offered in Bluffton, Piqua and Archbold.

Online hybrid organizational management program

Bluffton's new online hybrid BCOMP program provides the same curriculum leading to a degree in organizational management, but is offered in a way that combines the flexibility of online learning with face-to-face learning.
Classes begin in January 2015

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT

Office of Adult and Graduate Education
800-488-3257, option 4
419-358-3897
adulted@bluffton.edu

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social work

Evening social work classes

Evening social work course offerings are available resulting in a bachelor's degree in as few as three years.

Dietetic internshipISPP dietetic internship

Bluffton's Individualized Supervised Practice Pathway (ISPP) dietetic internship allows qualified graduates to obtain the credentials to sit for the dietetics registration exam.

teaching licensurePost-baccalaureate teaching license

Post-baccalaureate courses leading to teaching licensure are available, as are summer courses to meet the continuing-education needs of teachers.