SCPS Partnerships-Coworker Support
Highly Engaged Coworkers = Higher Performing Organizations
Loyola University Chicago has made college degrees accessible to working adults for over 100 years. Loyola realizes the unique requirements for adult learners to advance educationally while maintaining performance at work and managing personal responsibilities.
Today’s competitive marketplace requires advanced professional knowledge and skills at all levels.
A workforce with a greater percentage of college graduates is a strategic advantage—and can result in better performance for your organization.
Through a partnership with Loyola’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies, you can:
- Retain and recruit the most ambitious and hardworking team members
- Boost your workforce confidence, productivity, and job satisfaction
- Reduce tuition reimbursements and fees through the SCPS Fellows Program
- Add value to your in-house training with acceptance toward college credit
Meaningful, Real-world Degrees
SCPS faculty members are passionate about working with adult learners and have created BA degrees that are career-focused for students and solve real-world needs for the company.
Furthermore, Loyola professors and instructors are leaders in their fields, offering expertise in a wide range of professional degrees:
|BA in Management||BA in Information Technology|
|BA in Applied Psychology
||BA in Paralegal Studies|
|BA in Applied Studies||BSW Social Work|
|BA in Applied Criminal Justice Leadership||BA in Applied Communication|
Students have the choice of completing their degrees by taking all of their courses online, all on-campus, or by mixing-and-matching online and on-campus courses.
Many of our bachelor’s degrees are offered 100% online, giving your coworkers the ultimate in flexibility and convenience to manage their work-life-study commitments. In-person and online classes are held at our Water Tower and Saturday mornings at our Vernon Hills campuses.
Loyola offers a full range of personal advising and support that starts with the student’s very first course—CPST 200 Introduction to Degree Completion. This course covers academic and career planning, writing skill assessment, strategies on how to succeed while working, and financial aid planning (including FAFSA filing) for the reminder of their degree studies.
For more information on SCPS Partnerships, please contact Dina Carr, Director of Partnerships at 312.915.6505 or email@example.com.