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The Citizen, Auburn, New York
Progress 2006
January 30, 2006
Keuka College
At Cayuga Community College
- Accelerated Studies for Adults Program (ASAP). Attend class one night each week from 6-10 p.m.
- Complete your degree in less than two years (prior college-level coursework required).
- Classes conveniently held at Cayuga Community College.
Earn your:
·Master of Science in Management
·Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
·Bachelor of Science in Management
For more information, or to speak
with an admissions counselor, call
(315) 498-7290 or visit our
website at
Keuka College is the national leader in experiential, hands-on learning
It also stands for as soon as possible
and that's good news for adult students
looking to earn their degrees.
Keuka offers a trio of degree pro-
grams at Cayuga Community College:
bachelor's degree completion programs
in organizational management and crim-
inal justice systems, and master's degree
program in management.
All programs are offered in an accel-
erated format: students attend classes
one night a week and earn their degrees
in less than two years.
"ASAP is designed for working peo-
ple," said Gary Bonvillian, vice presi-
dent for academic affairs at Keuka.
"They can earn their degrees without
sacrificing job and family responsibili-
The bachelor's degree completion
programs are designed for students 25-
years-old and above with 60 hours of col-
lege credit. The master of science in
management program is designed for
adult students who hold a bachelor's
According to Gary Prawel, criminal
justice systems coordinator and pro-
gram adviser, a bachelor's degree is vital
to law enforcement personnel seeking
career advancement and most agencies
encourage their officers to earn the
degree because it means a more highly
trained police force.
"However, a bachelor' degree in crim-
inal justice systems is equally valuable to
corrections personnel, social service
investigators, youth and drug coun-
selors, people who work in the securi-
ty industry, those pursuing careers in
the court system, and many others,"
said Prawel.
The M.S. in management program
is designed for people in the public and
private sectors who want to improve
their managerial skills, according to
Gary Smith, associate dean for profes-
sional studies and international pro-
grams and professor of management.
"A master's degree in management
is often the prerequisite for promotion
to upper-level management positions,"
he said.
In addition to the bachelor's degree
programs in organizational manage-
ment and criminal justice systems, and
the master's in management, Keuka's
ASAP offers a bachelor's degree in nurs-
ing, master's in criminal justice admin-
istration, and certificate in gerontology.
The programs are offered throughout
Central and Western New York.
"Keuka's mission is to provide access
to education," said Smith. "Tradition-
ally, that mission has always been carried
out at our Keuka Park campus, but in
the past five years, we've expanded that
mission by bringing it off campus.
Founded in 1890 and located on the
shores of Keuka Lake in New York state's
Finger Lakes region, Keuka College is an
independent, four-year, residential, coed-
ucational college that places a strong
emphasis on career and pre-professional
Ranked by U.S. News & World
Report as one of the top comprehen-
sive colleges in the north, Keuka is
accredited by the Middle States Asso-
ciation of Colleges and Secondary Schools
and is one of only 32 American col-
leges and universities approved by the Chi-
nese government to offer degree pro-
grams in the Peoples Republic of China.
Some 3,000 Chinese students are pur-
suing Keuka degrees, the highest enroll-
ment of any U.S. college operating in the
Total enrollment on the Keuka Park
campus at the advent of the 2005 fall
semester was 1,368. The student/fac-
ulty ratio is 13:1.
For more information, contact Admis-
sions Counselor Peggy Klmek Cahill at
(315) 498-7290.
ASAP isn't just the acronym for Keuka College's Accelerated Studies for Adults Program.

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