Adult PROGRAMS F.A.Q.
Are Nyack's Adult Program designed for me?
Yes if you are:
  • Motivated to complete the requirements for an accredited bachelor's degree in 16 months.
  • Hoping to enhance your educational credentials and improve your management competencies.
  • An individual with 60-84 credits or more.
What does the program offer?
  • A supportive environment and a focused cohort-based structure designed to help working adults complete their undergraduate degree in Organizational Management.
  • A relevant course offering that allows students to immediately apply classroom learning in a variety of workplace settings.
  • A learning environment that encourages growth and helps students develop their communications, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills.
  • The opportunity to study at a fully accredited institution, founded in 1882 on progressive education ideals.  Today Nyack College strives to foster a spirit of caring and service while providing educational access and excellence to a diverse population.
What is the credit breakdown?

Here is the credit breakdown for the 120 credit degree program:

Course Bachelor of Prof. Studies Bachelor of Science
Liberal Arts Elective 0 Credits 22 Credits
Basic Communication (ENG) 6 Credits 6 Credits
American Civilization Elect 3 Credits 3 Credits
World Civilization Elective 3 Credits 3 Credits
Western Civilization Elective 3 Credits 3 Credits
Fine Arts Elective 3 Credits 3 Credits
Math Elective 3 Credits 3 Credits
Science Elective 3 Credits 3 Credits
Miscellaneous 60 Credits 38 Credits
OM Core Curriculum 36 Credits 36 Credits
TOTAL 120 Credits 120 Credits

Where are classes held?
Classes are held in convenient locations:
  • Nyack College
    1 S. Blvd., Nyack, NY
     
  • Christian Cultural Center
    14020 Flatlands Ave., Brooklyn, NY
     
  • Brooklyn Tabernacle
    17 Smith St., Brooklyn, NY
     
  • Nyack College Manhattan Campus
    361 Broadway, NY, NY
     
  • Allen AME Cathedral
    Merrick Blvd., Jamaica, Queens, NY
    Christine Davis, Admissions Associate for Queens
     
  • DMNA
    Latham, NY
    Traci Piescki, Admissions Counselor
     
  • Stewart ANG
    Newburgh, NY
    Traci Piescki, Admissions Counselor
     
  • St. Lukes Hospital
    Newburgh, NY
    Traci Piescki, Admissions Counselor
     
  • Christ Tabernacle (Queens)
    Glendale, NY
    Christine Davis, Admissions Associate
     
  • Nyack College Washington, DC Campus
    444 N. Capitol St. NW, Washington, DC
When are classes offered?
  • Students must commit to one night per week for 16 months.
  • Each class is offered once a week from 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
  • Courses are offered one at a time in sequential 6-week modules.