Accelerated programs at Ursuline can help you achieve your academic goals in less time, which translates to less money. Whether you are juggling job and family obligations, or simply driven to work straight through to an advanced degree, Ursuline can provide a direct path to your destination.
Whether you are a traditional undergraduate ready for an intense, fast-rack to grad school, or a working adult looking to finish a degree as efficiently as possible, Ursuline has an accelerated path for you. Our accelerated programs are ideal for students who are driven and focused on their goals.
Thinking about returning to college but wondering if you have time? The Ursuline College Accelerated Program (UCAP) was developed for adult students seeking to finish their degree, even as they maintain work and family obligations. Focus on one course every five weeks. Flexible scheduling includes some online courses and some in a blended format that may require you to be on campus only every other week. Regardless of where you started, our dedicated team will help you navigate the admission process, register for classes, and light your path to success.
Advance your nursing career and bring new perspectives to your practice. With nine different start times per year, our program is both competitively priced and flexible!
If you already have a bachelor's degree in another field but feel called to the rewarding field of nursing, Ursuline's Second Degree Accelerated Program (SDAP) will get you there in about 15 months.
You already have a bachelor's degree want to make a professional pivot to teaching. Ursuline's one-year Master Apprenticeship Program leads to an MA and Ohio teacher licensure.
Ursuline's 3+3 partnerships with Cleveland State University's Cleveland Marshall College of Law and Columbus School of Law at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. enable you to complete three years of study at Ursuline, followed by three years of law school.
Thanks to our partnership with Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, you can earn you chemistry degree at Ursuline and your Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree at Duquesne in seven years.
Bridge from Ursuline undergrad programs straight into grad programs and save time (and money). In these majors, several courses you take as an undergrad can be counted toward your master's degree: