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Marian's Adult Programs (MAP)

With Marian’s Adult Programs, you can expect to connect directly with business leaders.

Our five- and eight-week courses give you more direct access to professionals in your field than most adult education programs.

  • Business Administration students work directly with local organizations to help them solve real-world challenges.
  • Paralegal Studies students learn from lawyers and paralegals and have many networking opportunities.
  • And our Nursing students practice skills and attributes under the guidance of other nurses to prepare them for professional success.

This kind of real-world experience develops the leadership, communications, technological and critical thinking skills you need to succeed in today’s job market.

Explore our website or
contact us to find out how Marian’s Adult Programs can help you accomplish your goals.

MAP Spotlight

Natasha Blakemore-Evans

Natasha Blakemore-Evans, a 2015 bachelor of business administration graduate, has enjoyed a successful career as a business systems analyst. However, she always knew that one day she would go back to school to acquire her degree. During her time at MAP, she was able to cultivate her leadership skills and really forced herself out of her comfort zone. more >>

Jen Jones Photo

Jennifer Jones, a 2015 RN to BSN graduate enrolled at MAP while working as an RN. She understood that she needed the additional job security holding a bachelor of science in nursing degree would give her. Having worked along-side other Marian nurses for years, she had first-hand experience to validate Marian University's reputation for nursing excellence. more >>

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