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Marian's Adult Programs (MAP)

Why choose Marian's Adult Programs? 

  • You set your own pace - Our advisors will help you complete your degree based on your needs and your schedule. 
  • You choose which method of instruction works best - Online, classroom based, and hybrid courses offer flexibility that works with your busy lifestyle. 5 and 8-week courses help you reach your goal faster. 
  • You'll be part of a respected university - Our classes will prepare you, academically and ethically, for today's competitive job market.
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MAP News

Robert Cooper

Congratulations to Robert Cooper, III for being featured in The Precedent, the official newsletter of the Indiana Paralegal Association, Inc. As part of his paralegal studies degree in MAP, Robert is interning with Indianapolis personal injury lawyers, Yosha, Cook, Shartzer & Tisch. His experiences will be an advantage when he graduates with a paralegal studies degree in 2015.

Eliza Gordner

Eliza Gordner, J.D. and MAP instructor in paralegal studies and business law, has recently published the following two articles: “Savvy Savings Plans for Educational Expenses” in GrownUps Magazine, January 31, 2014 edition and “Expert Advice for when you are Terminated Due to Age Discrimination” in ExpertBeacon.

Stacy Wriston

Stacy Wriston, M.A. instructor in English and communications, has recently accepted the academic channel marketing manager position at Wiley Publishing, Inc. Stacy has 10-years of experience in corporate marketing within a higher education audience and eight years of experience teaching English to college students. She has been a MAP instructor since 2006.

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