Looking to pursue a master’s degree? St. Bonaventure University invites you to learn more about its graduate programs during a Graduate Studies Information Session on Wednesday, July 29.
The information session is open anytime between 5:30 and 7 p.m. in the Athletics Hall of Fame inside the university’s Reilly Center. Light refreshments will be served.
Program directors, as well as admissions and financial aid staff, will be available to provide information and answer questions. Scholarships are available for most programs.
Master’s programs include MBA, English, Adolescence Education, Differentiated Instruction, Literacy (both Childhood and Adolescent), Educational Leadership, Counselor Education (Community Mental Health, School and Rehabilitation), Integrated Marketing Communications (online or in class) and Strategic Leadership (online only).
The university also offers advanced certificates in School Counseling and Differentiated Instruction, and certification programs in School District Leader and School Building Leader.
For more information or to register, visit www.sbu.edu/gradfair or call Bruce Campbell at (716) 375-2429; you can also email him at email@example.com. Registration is encouraged but not required.
About the University: The nation’s first Franciscan university, we believe in the goodness of every person and in the ability of every person to do extraordinary things. St. Bonaventure University cultivates graduates who are confident and creative communicators, collaborative leaders and team members, and innovative problem solvers who are respectful of themselves, others, and the diverse world around them. Named the #3 best college value in the North by U.S. News and World Report, we are establishing pathways to internships, graduate schools and careers in the context of our renowned liberal arts tradition. Our students are becoming extraordinary.
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