Degree Completion - Education

Welcome to Harding's Center for Adult & Extended Education!

The Center for Adult & Extended Education offers non-traditional degree programs and courses designed for the Adult Student who is age 23 or older and has 60 or more hours of college credit.

The Center currently offers a Degree Completion Program that leads to a Bachelors of Arts degree with majors in:

Early Childhood Education P-4

Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence Math & Science 4-8

Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence English, Language Arts & Social Studies 4-8

These programs provide for an intensive and accelerated study allowing for completion of a degree in a shorter time period than normal.

By offering flexible scheduling, the program is designed for the Adult Student. Courses typically run in 6 week intervals and are offered during the day, evening, and on weekends in an attempt to accommodate non-traditional students.

Courses can be taken at our Professional Centers in Rogers and North Little Rock.

Harding University’s Mission

To provide a quality education that will lead to an understanding and philosophy of life consistent with Christian ideals.

College of Education Mission:

To equip and sustain reflective, life-long learners that are competent, confident, compassionate, and courageous professionals, who, in turn, will inspire and enable those they serve.

Accreditation:


All programs leading to licensure have been approved by the Arkansas Department of Education and by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

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Adult & Extended Education
501-279-5726
DCP_education@harding.edu 

North Little Rock Professional Center
501-758-4857
hulr@harding.edu

Northwest Arkansas Professional Center (Bentonville)
479-271-9659
nwapc@harding.edu