The adult professional program offers a comprehensive program for adult learners to complete an Associate of Arts or Bachelor of Arts degree. Many students complete a bachelor degree in the programs offered by the division in as few as 24 months by attending classes one evening per week and an occasional half-day Saturday. Students may earn the additional credits they need to meet graduation requirements through a variety of flexible options and formats.
Degree-seeking students are enrolled in a learning community/cohort. Before joining a cohort, every student completes LDB101 - Principles of Adult Learning, a course designed to introduce or re-introduce adult students to learning in an accelerated, higher education setting. Each course is taught by Judson University faculty. All options are offered on the Elgin campus and the branch campus in Rockford. There is also an online delivery option.