It's April of your senior year and all around you, your peers are freaking out about what to do after graduation. But you? You're chillin' like a villain because you've already solidified your plans with an admission to graduate school. You've got a summer of relaxation to look forward to, time to digest your college experience and prepare for your next educational endeavor.
How do you make the transition of undergrad to grad student? You might be wondering:
• Will I have the same work load?
• What will professors expect of me?
• How will my social life differ?
SPOTLIGHT ON SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY'S MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN BIOSECURITY AND DISASTER PREPAREDNESS
Saint Louis University's Master of Public Health (MPH) program offers a concentration in Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness in two different formats: an entirely online program and a hybrid program offering both online and traditional classroom courses. Each format offers the same curriculum and is designed to provide professional training and management preparation to meet the needs of healthcare and security professionals who respond to natural disasters and terrorist threats. Students of the MPH program may choose to focus on Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness, or may choose any one of a variety of other concentrations with disciplines including:
• Behavioral Science-Health Education
• Community Health
• Environmental and Occupational Health
• Public Health Management and Policy
• And more.
SPOTLIGHT ON SHIPPENSBURG UNIVERSITY'S MBA PROGRAM
Shippensburg University's John L. Grove College of Business offers an AACSB-accredited MBA degree program in two different formats: full-time and part-time. Each program offers the same curriculum and degree, utilizing the same highly qualified faculty.
1) MBA Professional Program (part-time): Designed for working professionals and can be completed in two years, taking two courses a semester and two courses in the summer. It is delivered at multiple sites in central Pennsylvania using electronic classrooms.
2) MBA Emerging Leaders cohort (full-time): Ideal for recent bachelorâ€™s degree graduates and can be completed in one calendar year. Includes a recommended Business Practicum experience.
PART TIME GRAD STUDENT AND FULL TIME EMPLOYEE
It's been a few years since you graduated college and you've started to make your mark in the working world, but now it's time to stop putting it off and get serious about going back to school. There's no way around it, working full time and going to grad school part time is going to be grueling, but the benefits will far outweigh the negatives.
The M.S.W. degree from Loyola University is distinctive for its emphasis on the clinical skills and knowledge required to assist people in positive growth and development. Graduates are prepared to work in a variety of fields such as community mental health, children's services, school social work and social work in health-care settings.
American College of Education
American College of Educationâ€™s M.Ed. in Educational Technology provides students with the knowledge necessary to play an integral role in any educational environment, working in partnership with other teachers and administrators to integrate hardware, software and Internet resources to keep pace with 21st century technology.
Keiser University's career-oriented MBA prepares students to compete in the modern business world. MBA students complete general coursework in contemporary management, marketing, international business, business information systems, accounting and finance.