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Why choose Marian's Adult Programs?

  • Set your own pace: Our advisors will help you complete your degree based on your needs and your schedule. 
  • Choose which method of instruction works best: Online, classroom-based, and hybrid courses offers you the flexibility that works best for your busy lifestyle. We offer both five- and eight-week courses to help you reach your goal faster. 
  • Be part of a respected university: Our classes will prepare you—academically and ethically—for today's competitive job market.

MAP News

Neal Baird

Neal Baird

Neal will soon to complete his Ph.D. He attended four seminars at Oxford University, taking classes ranging from "Moral Ontology," "Dependency and the Human Person," "Ethical Considerations Across the Faiths," and "Using the New Testament in Ethical Dilemmas Today" in early August. He will make a final trip this fall to present his Ph.D. work. Neal earned a Master of Arts in Philosophy from Indiana State University. He has taught in MAP since 2008.

Bill Foley

Bill Foley

Bill's article, "The New Frontier, American Business and the Economy,” is accepted for publication this year in The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Business, Labor, and Economic History. Bill has taught history in MAP since 2009. He has taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels for over 25 years. He was recently selected to teach the National Security and Homeland Security course next summer with King’s College of the University of London for Indiana University.

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