Degree completion programs provide an intensive and accelerated study allowing for completion of a degree from Harding without being tied to a traditional four-year track. They offer solutions for those who have an associate degree or have previous college credit hours and are now looking to complete a bachelor’s degree.

What is a 2+2 program?

Harding has partnered with several institutions to create a seamless transfer experience from a two-year college to a bachelor's degree program saving you time, money, and energy!

What is required?

For most 2+2 programs, applicants must have an associate degree or a minimum of 60 hours of college credit. For others, the program includes two years of coursework without prerequisite requirements. Depending on the program, specific prerequisites or additional coursework may be required before enrolling. For specific information about minimum requirements, view the program you are interested in below. For more information on 2+2 programs or transferring to Harding, visit

B.A. in speech-language pathology assistant

  • On-campus delivery (Searcy)
  • First SLPA program in Arkansas
  • Associate's degree (or similar level of coursework) required
  • Prepare to provide various aspects of patient services under SLP supervision
  • Financial aid available
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B.A. in Education

  • Online delivery (Arkansas)
  • Reduced tuition costs beginning Summer 2021
  • 8-week class cycles
  • An associates degree & pre-requisites allow students to enroll in the 2+2 program
  • All others must complete requirements and a minimum of 60 hours of college credit
  • Financial aid available
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B.A. in Bible & Ministry

  • Online delivery
  • Provides a path for academic achievement for students with job/family responsibilities
  • Full-time students an complete Bible requirement in two years
  • Competitive pricing with other faith-based programs
  • Financial aid available
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    4-8 Middle Level English Language Arts and Social Science Education

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    K-6 Elementary Education

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    K-6 Elementary Education

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