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  • Non-Traditional Students
  • Real World Experience - Class Projects
  • Challenging Courses - By Design
  • Paralegal Studies - More Jobs Added
  • Expect More - Skills Employers Want

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.

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In January, "the unemployment rate of workers who hold a bachelor's degree or higher sank to 2.8 percent, its lowest level since September 2008. That compares with a jobless rate of 5.7 percent for the overall population."  (Stilwell, Bloomberg Business, Pretty Soon the U.S. Might Run Out of College-Educated Workers, 2015) 


Harlaxton College Campus

Marian's Adult Programs is one of the only accelerated programs to offer study abroad opportunities for our adult students.  We’re proud to partner with the University of Evansville. Our MAP students are able to study abroad at Harlaxton College in Grantham, England – the No. 1 rated study abroad program in the country!  

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