LIMA, Ohio – The One-Night-a-Week Business Administration Program at Rhodes State College is accepting students. This program provides working adults the opportunity to earn an associate degree in less than 24 months while attending classes only one night a week. The first class begins August 22, 2013 and will be held on Thursday evenings.
The One-Night-a-Week Program builds students’ skills to become more effective employees, supervisors, managers and leaders. Working adult students pursuing the Business Administration degree develop competencies in management, marketing, interpersonal relations and team building, financial management, information systems, and other areas.
Classes are from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., making it easier for students to balance school, work and family responsibilities. The course sequence flows seamlessly and often focuses on one course at a time. This degree option has special admissions criteria.
Information sessions will be held at 6 p.m. on June 19, July 18 and August 7 for those wanting to learn more about this adult-centered program. Persons interested in the program should attend one of the information sessions or call 419-995-8320. Applications are currently being accepted.