By Jordan Beach 

Daily life continues to shift as a result of COVID-19, including careers. Reinhardt’s adult and online programs provide opportunity to open new doors or change fields entirely.

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In May 2020, Georgia’s unemployment rate was recorded at 9.7% by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The Department of Labor reported 1.3 million seasonally adjusted initial claims in the U.S. as of July 11. Adult and online degree programs allows students to diversify and enhance skills that could open doors to opportunities previously unattainable.

Reinhardt University’s adult and online degree programs offer flexible solutions for those turning to higher education in hopes of entering a new career field or improving their resume. Reinhardt’s programs offer adult students the opportunity to earn a degree from a fully accredited college with the highest accreditation standards.

“Our adult and online programs are unique in that they offer a quality education and personal experience, while also accommodating the working adult. Our programs are specifically designed with the adult learner in mind,” said Jennifer Prine, Director of Professional Studies and Enrollment Management.

The online Associate of Business Administration, Bachelor of Business Administration, Associate of Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Healthcare Administration and the hybrid Bachelor of Organizational Management and Leadership are all customized for the online learning atmosphere.

Courses are taught by distinguished professionals who have real world experience in their fields of expertise and are committed to your education and success.

“Reinhardt’s faculty are committed to working alongside their students, understanding of challenges unique to adult learners,” said Prine. “Our professors apply their field experience into their courses so students feel prepared as they enter their new careers.”

For more information about Reinhardt’s online degree programs, visit online.reinhardt.edu or call 770-720-9191. Follow the Office of Professional Studies and Graduate Admissions on Facebook and LinkedIn.