Degree Completion

Enhancing your education is easier than ever

As a society, we have learned to adapt to changing demands in the workforce and because of that you are one step closer to overcoming some of the hurdles of going back to college as an adult. 


Prepare for your next position

Degree Completion

Bluffton offers three plans to help working adults complete a bachelor's degree:

Bluffton’s accounting degree-completion program seeks to increase career pathways for working adults who already hold an associate degree in accounting. Bring up to three years of course credit from any accredited college and complete your bachelors degree in one year.

  • Online course delivery 
  • Degree completion in as little as one year

More about the accounting degree completion program >

Bluffton’s one-night-a-week program is focused on transferable skills for a variety of organizations. Develop a better understanding of your organization, recognize growth within your current role and be well-prepared for leadership opportunities.

More about the business management program >

Complete your degree through Bluffton's nationally accredited, social work program with a degree completion plan designed for working adults.

  • In-person evening social work courses 
  • Online general education courses

More about the social work degree completion plan >


But how?

Don’t let the idea of adding studies on top of your already busy life stop you from reaching your goal. You want to advance in your career. You want to provide for your family. You want to be a contributing member of your community. We get that.  And we’ve designed our degree completion programs with you in mind.

 New classes begin every
six weeks throughout
the academic year

Darius Boeke
Admissions Counselor

 Degree completion graduate

Founder of I Am Making A Difference, Inc.

“Without the opportunities at Bluffton, I don’t know if I would have been able to complete my education. I am grateful that I had people who cared about me as an individual.”  - Dorothy Lovell Jones ’06

Grads in leadership