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March 24, 2022
Design Your Own Degree with Moravian University
With online, day, and night classes designed for working adults, there are so many ways to complete your degree at Moravian University.
Benefits of a Moravian University education:
- Design your own, tailored to your needs
- Organizational Leadership: 100% online
- Studio Art evening classes
- Integrative Studies Program online or evening classes
Choose from the following concentrations:
Design your own
Moravian’s Degree Completion program is designed to be affordable and accessible. Here’s what comes with finishing your Bachelor’s degree at Moravian University:
Career Services: Moravian’s Office of Career and Civic Engagement provides lifetime career support, including resume reviews, interview prep, and networking events.
One-On-One Support: You’ll work directly with a Student Experience Mentor through the application process and beyond to plan out your path to degree completion.
Local Business Partnerships: Moravian is proud to partner with local businesses to provide internships, tuition discounts, specialty programs, and more.
Whether you want to stay on the path you started or take an entirely new one, Moravian is committed to making finishing your degree simple, so you can stop saying “I should have…” and start watching doors open around you.
Find out more at moravian.edu/degree-completion
Class of 2020, MBA/MHA
George has always had a passion for business and healthcare. He began his career in 2017 for the County of Lehigh in Long Term Care. Since then, he has worked beside government and private entities to make changes to provide the highest quality patient-centered care for the patients and residents he serves. Throughout the years, George has interned and convened with healthcare networks across the country. In his journey, he has obtained a great deal of knowledge and understanding of the diverse areas of healthcare operations. Currently, George is serving as the Administrator of Holy Family Manor, a 208-bed Skilled Nursing Facility in Bethlehem, PA.
“My time at Moravian was nothing short of incredible. Being that I work full time and was going to school full time, I was a bit worried of how I was going to balance my time. After my first day, those worries were gone. Moravian’s exceptional staff adapts to the needs of the students they teach, without sacrificing the quality of the learning experience.” – George
Class of 2014, Business Administration with a concentration in General Management
With a successful career in the insurance and finance industry, Jenny continues to have ambitious goals. She plans to continue her MBA with Moravian University this year. Her involvement with the Moravian University community has continued ever since she earned her BA in Business Administration and Management. She has volunteered with the career center and the Moravian Alumni and Parent Program, and she attends several alumni events. Currently, Jenny serves as secretary of the Alumni Association Board of Directors.
“I was thinking long term—where do I want my life and my career to be in my middle and later years? I wanted to see where I could go, but I was also determined to set an example for my kids. My education at Moravian was personal and customized to my lifestyle.” – Jennifer
Class of 2007, Management/Sociology
Hired in 2010 as ArtsQuest’s Director of Celebration, Nicole Dotta transformed the role into one that created new programming, leading directly to new partnerships. From 2013 to 2022, Nicole has served as ArtsQuest’s Sr. Director of New Business Development. Recently, she has stepped down from her leadership role to spend more time with family. In her new role at ArtsQuest, Nicole continues to work with national partners. An active member of the community, she devotes her time and talents to assist organizations, service groups, and other nonprofits. Over the past two decades, she has served on the Emmaus Main Street Board, the Downtown Bethlehem Association, a Coach for the Miracle League of the Lehigh Valley, and currently serves on the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. She has also been a strong advocate for Alzheimer’s Awareness, both as a speaker and volunteer.
“Moravian gave me all the tools I needed to get a great education and still do all those other things I needed to get done in life. It’s so important to invest in yourself.” – Nicole