Fast track bachelor’s degree completion for registered nurses with an associates degree. We offer onsite, online and hybrid options!
A fully-accredited degree in social work available primarily through evening classes.
This convenient and affordable one-year program, which addresses all of the state’s EL content standards for educator preparation, is designed with the full-time teacher in mind: a manageable course load, classes that meet only one evening per week and fieldwork assignments that can be carried out in your existing classroom and school.
This daytime program allows bachelor’s degree graduates from any college to transition into teaching. After a year and a half of classes and field experiences, you will be ready to be licensed and begin your career in the teaching profession.
Regardless of your career, learning to code is a valuable asset in today’s job market. Goshen College’s development and coding courses are dedicated to providing you with hands-on learning and experience with thinking through complex problems in a supportive environment.
STEM Teach has brought together a group of private colleges and universities to offer STEM courses and workshops to K-12 teachers, including teachers preparing to be certified to teach dual credit at the high school level. There is no cost to participating teachers and participants will receive $400 for each successfully completed course or workshop as well as a stipend for course materials and books.
Do you want to learn English? Goshen College offers adult English language classes for various levels. The classes meet three times a week in the evenings for 16 weeks. Participants who complete the class requirements receive a certificate of completion.
Adult & Continuing Studies
1700 South Main Street
Goshen, Indiana 46526
Phone: 574.535.7458 or (800) 390-3490
Welcome Center, located on the north end of the Union Building. Get map and directions.
Distance education students residing in other states may contact the Indiana Commission for Higher Education concerning complaints after having completed the institution’s student complaint process.