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Becker College and the Growth of Adult Learners Denise Morgan
VISION: Becker College will become a nationally recognized baccalaureate institution, renowned for its values and for its focus on delivering to the world highly educated, responsible citizens, prepared to contribute to a global society and rise to the top of their chosen professions. MISSION: The mission of Becker College is to deliver to each student a transformational learning experience—anchored by academic excellence, social responsibility, and creative expression—that prepares graduates to thrive, contribute to, and lead in a global society.
“There is only one way to predict the future: You must build it yourself. The Becker community is crafting a future for the College that is visionary, ambitious and bright” - Robert E. Johnson, Ph.D., President, Becker College.
- An Independent Four-Year Private College - Providing Quality Education Since Traditional Students Adult Learners - Over 30 Degree Programs - Awards Credit Bearing Certificates, Associate & Bachelor Degrees - Vision 2020: Transition from Becker College to Becker University
The Educational Landscape is Changing Allen, I.E & Seaman, J. (2012). Changing course: ten years of tracking online education in the United States. Retrieved from: Babson Survey Research Group website:
565 Adult Students
Successful Integrating Technology into the Classroom
“A new generation of leaders must step forward to transform higher education, using new tools and approaches such as disruptive innovation and selective experimentation. We must ensure that Becker College graduates are prepared to compete in a global society.” Robert E. Johnson, Ph. D. – President, Becker College
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