The Comenius Center
for Continuing, Professional, and Graduate Studies
The Moravian College Comenius Center offers adult students the opportunity to transform their lives through continuing education. The Comenius Center offers baccalaureate and master's degrees, along with professional certificate and certification programs. Convenient class schedules fit adult lifestyles and flexible programs help students to reach their academic goals. The real-world classroom environment provides personal and professional enrichment for our students.
Comenius Center advisors understand the needs of adult students when helping them select programs or courses. The Center offers the convenience of extended hours and a "one-stop shopping" approach. For detailed program and course information, application forms, and access to the online registration module, please see the Comenius Center website. The Center can be reached by phone at 610 861-1400.
Business and Management Programs
The Comenius Center offers baccalaureate majors in accounting and organization management (with tracks in business communication, business management, and marketing).
The Moravian MBA program is designed to develop leaders with the skills and adaptability to manage complex, diverse, and fast-changing situations. Concentrations in accounting, general management, business analytics, human resource management, supply chain management, and healthcare management are available.
The Master of Science in human resource management program, with concentrations in leadership and in learning and performance management, is designed for human-resource professionals who wish to enhance their strategic-level business skills.
The Economics and Business Department and the Comenius Center offer opportunities to students interested in earning both a bachelor’s degree in any major and a master’s degree in either business administration (M.B.A.) or human resource management (M.S.H.R.M.) through a combined, five-year program.
The Master of Health Administration (MHA) program brings together the best practices in healthcare management and nursing to prepare students to manage all levels of healthcare organizations, from physician practices to hospitals.
Advanced professional business certificates (graduate-level programs) are available in business analytics, human resource management, supply chain management, and healthcare management.
Teacher certification programs are designed to prepare knowledgeable, competent, and caring teachers who qualify for the Pennsylvania Instructional Level I teaching certificate. Programs in a variety of specialty areas are available to students at both the pre- and post-baccalaureate level.
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in curriculum and instruction is a reflective program designed for practicing teachers. Each course is directly applicable to the classroom, and the program has an action research focus. M.Ed. courses may also be taken to satisfy Act 48 requirements or to meet personal professional development goals.
The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) is a reflective program designed for those who have completed a baccalaureate degree and wish to earn a Master’s degree along with initial Pennsylvania Instructional Level I certification. Practicing teachers are also eligible to earn this credential.
Programs leading to reading specialist certification (K-12), English as a second language program specialist certification, special education certification, principal certification, and certification for supervisor of curriculum and instruction (K-12) are also offered.
The R.N. to B.S. program, accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), delivers the highest quality baccalaureate nursing education to registered nurses in a flexible format that respects the experience and understands the learning needs of adult students.
The accelerated post-baccalaureate nursing program is designed for students who hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university and wish to earn a bachelor of science with a major in nursing. This cohort-based program is 16 months in length, and students attend classes full-time.
The Master of Science (M.S.) program in nursing, accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), offers tracks for nurse administrator, nurse educator, clinical nurse leader, and nurse practitioner (adult-gerontology acute care and adult gerontology primary care). The program is designed to prepare today’s nurses for essential leadership roles in nursing administration, education, and practice environments. Graduate coursework is designed to foster interdisciplinary exchange and learning with nursing, education, and business administration faculty.
Liberal Arts and Sciences Programs
The Center offers baccalaureate majors in art (with tracks in graphic and information design, studio art, and art education), English, and historical studies.
With day and evening study periods of varying lengths, May term and summer sessions offer more than 100 for-credit courses. Admission is open to Moravian College students, to students of other colleges with their dean's approval, and to other qualified applicants by special approval. The facilities of the Haupert Union Building and the residence halls are available to qualified summer-session students. For a schedule of courses, call the Comenius Center for Continuing, Professional, and Graduate Studies, 610 861-1400.