That’s why our Adult Baccalaureate program offers undergraduate degree programs custom-tailored for busy adult students. Select the program that’s right for you and your career whether it’s business administration, criminal justice, education, nursing, professional studies, or public policy.
We serve students who are seeking:
- Degree Completion. Get a valuable University degree which capitalizes on qualified prior earned credits.
- Knowledge. Advance your career and improve your understanding of the world.
- Values. Gain new understanding of the Jesuit tradition of integrity and service.
The mission of SPCS is to provide a quality education based on Jesuit values and ideals to new and returning adult students. The curriculum and the calendar reflect contemporary theory and research on best practices for fostering adult learning.
With campuses located in Jersey City (Hudson County) and Englewood Cliffs (Bergen County) you can pursue campus-based, online, or blended learning programs. There are also on-site programs at many corporate locations. Complete your degree in as little as 20 months with a course schedule built on eight-week sessions.
SPCS courses are delivered in adult-friendly eight-week sessions, using a hybrid or blended learning format which combines face-to-face instruction with a distance learning component.
Choose Your Program
Applicants seeking admission to the School of Professional and Continuing Studies should send an inquiry from our website, including an email address and telephone number, or you may click here to access our online application. An official transcript from each college or university attended should be sent to the school, although admissions decisions may be based on unofficial transcripts. Saint Peter’s University will evaluate transfer credit based on official transcripts, and may waive or award credit for prior higher education, up to 66 credits from a two-year college and 90 credits from a four-year regionally accredited college. A minimum of one-half of the credits to be applied to any major or minor and the last 30 credits must be taken at Saint Peter’s.