Eastern Nazarene College Launches First Fully Online Programs
Posted: April 22, 2021
Eastern Nazarene College (ENC) announces the launch of its first fully online programs. The Master of Science in Management, the Master of Science in Management-Healthcare Administration and the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration will be offered to students in the Adult and Graduate Division. ENC received approval from the New England Commission for Higher Education to offer these programs at its meeting in March 2021.
“We are pleased to be able to expand our educational mission beyond our Quincy campus, and we will do so with ENC’s long-standing commitments to academic quality, Christian faith and supportive community. – Dr Jack Connell, President
Established by ENC’s Faculty of Business, these programs are designed to provide working adults with the tools to succeed in the marketplace. Through the combination of ENC’s quality academics and commitment to Christian values, students will have the opportunity to learn within a diverse community of professionals, with faith at the center. Upon completion, students are ready to guide, lead, and serve as innovative agents of change in their field.
“One of our top institutional priorities over the past few years has been expanding our ability to deliver courses to students through online education, and it’s gratifying to finally be in a place where it can become. a reality. We look forward to serving new students for whom the opportunity to receive an ENC education has not been a reality until now. – Dr William McCoy, Vice-President of Studies and Academic Dean
The Master of Science in Management and Master of Science in Health Care Management and Administration programs are both scheduled to begin on August 18. And the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program will start on September 27. ENC is currently accepting students for these programs and a scholarship of $ 4,000 will be available to those registered to begin August 18th. For more information, visit online.enc.edu or contact Adult and Graduate Admissions at 617-745-3000.
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