October 7, 2010 | Adam Sorensen | Leave a comment Indiana Wesleyan University will be offering new classes for adult learners after the school opens its third education center in Ohio next year. The school currently enrolls 3,200 students on its main campus in Indiana, and there are 1,160 Ohio-based learners who are taking advantage of its web-based programs. Currently, the online college offers graduate and undergraduate degrees in business, accounting, marketing, computer systems, management, education and nursing. Furthermore, the institution’s nursing programs are accredited by the Commission for Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), while the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education certifies the online school’s teaching courses. School officials say that more than 40,000 adult learners have earned a degree through the university, while 10,500 students are enrolled this year in classes throughout all its 15 locations. About half of these individuals are completing online programs. Internet-based sessions are taught by full-time faculty members who are credentialed in their profession, and by part-time practitioners, who are currently working in their fields. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that both nurses as well as teachers of math and science are in high demand, and the job markets for these professionals are expected to grow over the next eight years.