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As a graduate of Cornerstone University, you know that your degree represents an important personal achievement. You also know that education is an on-going part of your personal, professional, and spiritual life journey. Earning another degree or an advanced degree can improve your career skills, prepare for new opportunities, and gain important new perspectives for work and life.
If you’re ready to achieve even more, now’s the time to come back to Cornerstone University.
Our Professional & Graduate Studies division offers the same quality education that first inspired you to choose Cornerstone, and the same supportive Christ-centered environment. What’s different is the convenient, flexible formatting of our degree programs-ideal for working professionals like you.
Cornerstone professional and graduate degree programs are developed with input from industry leaders, ensuring that you examine relevant, timely issues in your chosen field, and take part in learning experiences with a practical focus.
We currently offer degree programs in the following areas:
Whether you choose to pursue another undergraduate degree or move to a master’s program, every degree is designed to develop your professional communication, analysis, and ethical decision-making skills.
Pursuing another degree doesn’t have to disrupt your life. At Cornerstone University Professional & Graduate Studies, we designed our course sequences to fit with busy schedules, so you can study without having to sacrifice work or family responsibilities.
Choose from one of our four locations throughout Michigan, and you can study for your degree in an accelerated program with weekly evening classes. With online learning available for some programs, you can even continue your journey with Cornerstone from anywhere in the world.
Ready to go even further with Cornerstone University? Contact us today for a personal consultation with a Professional & Graduate Studies enrollment counselor.
"Education is something that should be shared. Why learn something if you can't share or exemplify it? I'd have to say that my education has taught me to share and help to make a difference."
Grand Rapids, MI