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Education to Employment

There is no dispute about how important an educated workforce is. An educated workforce makes a company more competitive. Many states are finding, after the latest recession, that workforce development is the single most important economic development issue. But what is the impact of education on your employability?

A new study from Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce finds that a college degree is the best defense against unemployment. A U.S. Census study shows that someone with a college degree may earn $1 million more in a lifetime than someone with only a high school degree. What does that mean for you? How can you earn a college degree?

The good news is that the University of Indianapolis School for Adult Learning (SAL) is has the programs in place to help educate the workforce:

  • Accelerated Bachelor Degree Program:  Classes meet one night per week for five weeks, and you can earn a degree in less time than you might think. To apply for admission, students must be 24 years or older and have a high school degree or GED. There are no SAT, ACT or essays needed to apply. Transfer credits are evaluated. 
  • Graduate Degree:  SAL offers a Strategic Leadership and Design Masters program. Earn your masters in 2 years by attending class just one night per week.
  • Leadership Training programs:  SAL offers Supervisory Institute, The Coaching Clinic, and the Leadership Development Series on campus, and we will design and present training at your company.

Find out how UIndy's programs can help you have better paydays. Call 317-788-3442, email, or, get more information on the SAL website,

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