Morristown, N.J. (July 13, 2016) – A new and unique program at the College of Saint Elizabeth – ED CHOICE – gives adult students the ability to switch between on campus and online learning on a weekly basis. Each course is simultaneously offered online and on campus with the same curriculum and professor, so students decide week-by-week how they want to attend class.
This new option is available in fall 2016 for students enrolled in the master's in management or the master's in theology programs.
"As an adult student and full-time working mother, I think this is a great option," said Marie Losavio, newly enrolled graduate student in management from Scotch Plains. "I generally prefer on-campus learning, but realize that taking an online course is occasionally necessary to complete the coursework and keep up with the schedules of my two daughters and husband. Saint Elizabeth's is the only school that I found with this type of flexibility."
The program is designed with the needs of today's adult students in mind. "Life commitments sometimes interfere with classroom demands," said Dr. Patricia Heindel, dean of professional studies. "Whether you have to attend your child's soccer game, or travel for work, this program gives you, the student, control over how to engage in the course each week. Students are not locked into one delivery method for the entire duration of the course."
Further information on the program can be found at www.cse.edu/edchoice.