Business - FlexPace - Riverland

Business - FlexPace

Expand your skills and increase your pay with a strong foundation in business fundamentals, technology, management, and marketing! Earn your business certificate from Riverland Community College completely online and at your own speed with our newly developed FlexPace™ program. Designed primarily for working adult learners, this twelve-month, one-course-at-a-time model includes one-course-at-a-time, sequential model of courses includes an accelerated format and flexible due dates.

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Is FlexPace™ Right for Me?
If you can answer yes to all the following statements, then FlexPace™ is an option you should consider.  If not, you should consider the regular Business Certificate program.

  • Work full-time and cannot attend traditional classes
  • Want to advance my career or move into another position
  • Am a motivated, disciplined individual and a self-starter
  • Willing to commit time each week to studying and completing course activities
  • Committed to a fast-paced learning environment

Take the first step toward a two- or four-year degree.  All courses in the Business Certificate count toward Riverland’s Associate in Science (AS) Business Degree. 

Steps to enroll in Riverland’s Business Certificate FlexPace™ Program:  

  1. Complete online FlexPace™ Web Request Information form (this will identify you as a potential candidate)
  2. Review the Frequently Asked Questions document
  3. Apply to Riverland
  4. Submit high school and college transcripts
  5. Complete and submit FlexPace™ Employment Verification form
  6. Complete financial aid application
  7. Register for Accuplacer (Math and Reading) Test and New Student Registration For students entering the program, an Accuplacer Reading score of 63 is prerequisite.
  8. Register for classes (completed at the New Student Registration)

Enrollment is limited, so it is important to complete the admission/registration process in a timely fashion.


Riverland's degree completion program can be a workforce plus

It should be part of a state strategy for easing the skilled-worker shortage.

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