Leaders serve others, so finding time to advance your own educational opportunities can be challenging. Bethel University’s College of Professional Studies offers both online and on-campus degree programs in flexible formats that work with your busy lifestyle.
- Tennessee Veterans Reconnect/Prior Learning Assessment for Credit
- Bethel University Benefits for Military/Veterans
- Schedule of upcoming new group start dates: click here for January 2019
- College of Professional Studies Degree Program Offerings
CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE!
THE OPPORTUNITY: TRANSLATE MILITARY LEARNING INTO ACADEMIC CREDIT.
Before a service member can perform their job, they must complete highly-structured training and become qualified through a combination of formal and on-the-job training. There are three types of training that occurs within the military that can be considered for college credit:
TENNESSEE LAW: Tennessee requires institutions to recognize skills and competencies gained in military training. The Tennessee Higher Education Commission works with educational systems to identify and develop uniform methods of awarding academic credit for military service.
WHERE TO BEGIN: contact your Bethel University representative to initiate the Prior Learning Assessment process. Bethel will utilize your Joint Services Transcript to help access academic credit available to you, because your experience counts!
For more information or to get started on your Bethel University PLA, contact a Bethel representative today!
Military Scholarship for active members of the military,
veterans, and eligible dependents
Bethel University College of Professional Studies offers a Military & Veteran Undergraduate and Graduate tuition scholarship* opportunities to students who are eligible. Get more details at our military benefits page.
Additional Programs for Your Family
Interested in more information about additional Associate’s, Bachelor’s, and Master’s degree programs at Bethel? Please call 877-4BETHEL or browse BethelU.edu/adult-studies.
Disclaimer: Students are required to provide Bethel University College of Professional Studies Veterans and Military Affairs Department with all requested supplementary documentation in order to become eligible for our Undergraduate and Graduate Military & Veteran Scholarship*.
For information about your GI Bill Education Benefits, visit the Education and Training section of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Bethel’s College of Professional Studies starts new
classes on a rolling basis throughout the year.
Call now to enroll in one of these January degree programs.
ON-CAMPUS: Bachelor’s Degree: Management & Organizational Development
This degree program offers on-campus classes at 7 locations across Tennessee. Bethel also offers 2 optional online concentration for this program in Healthcare Management or Information Technology.
- Clarksville, TN campus: starting January 7
- Paris, TN campus: starting January 14
- Goodlettsville, TN satellite class location: starting January 15
- Dyersburg, TN satellite class location: starting January 15
- Jackson, TN campus: starting January 15
ON-CAMPUS: Associate of Liberal Arts
- McKenzie, TN campus: starting January 22
ONLINE: New groups start monthly! Below are the list of online degree programs
College of Professional Studies Degree Programs for Busy Adults
Master’s Degree Options
- Master of Business Administration
Bachelor’s Degree Options
- Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership
Optional concentrations in Healthcare Management, Information Technology, and Customer Relationship Management
Associate Degree Options
Associate of Arts
Associate of Applied Science
Questions about Veterans or Military Benefit’s?
please use the contact form below…
Alternately, you can contact Bethel University Veterans Center at:
Bethel University Veterans Center
2200-A Wilma Rudolph Blvd.
Clarksville, TN 37040
Hours: 9am to 4pm Monday-Friday