We live in an age of technology — in an age where shopping, applying for jobs, and even applying to graduate school is simply a click away.
But choosing a graduate degree program and enrolling in said program are big decisions to make. When making a decision about something as important as graduate school, it's really smart to do some in-person investigating.
The Team at Neumann University knows that you're busy and that your time is precious, but we're here to tell you a little bit about why you should consider attending our Adult and Graduate Information Session on March, 16 — and 10 questions you should be sure to ask when you do.
You'll learn all about NU's respected programs:
Neumann University offers ten real-world-focused graduate programs and three accelerated degree completion programs preparing you for personal and professional success.
By attending our event, you'll learn more about our grad programs in Accounting, Sport Business, Nursing, Education, Pastoral Counseling, Organizational and Strategic Leadership, and our newly approved Athletic Training master's program. You'll have the chance to discover our doctoral programs in Educational Leadership, Counselor Education and Supervision, and Physical Therapy, and to explore our accelerated programs in Liberal Studies, Organizational Studies, and Public Safety.
You'll have the opportunity to apply for free:
Enough said. By attending this info session, you'll have the opportunity to apply to your program of choice — for free online!
10 Must-Ask Questions:
Now that you're seriously considering attending this valuable, in-person event, here are 10 questions you should be sure to ask.
1. What are the scholarship and financial aid opportunities?
2. Will the tuition increase while I'm enrolled in this program?
3. What are the typical class sizes?
4. What kind of expertise do faculty members have?
5. What is the job placement rate for graduates?
6. Do these programs partner with outside organizations?
7. Is there a close-knit, helpful alumni network?
8. What kind of internships do students pursue while enrolled?
9. Do students typically work while enrolled?
10. What kind of resources are available for student success?
We hope this short read has been helpful in preparing you to join us at our upcoming Adult and Graduate Information Session on Saturday, March 16 at 9:30 AM where you can explore how earning an advanced degree could set you up for success.
We hope to see you there!