Neumann University Hosts Graduate and Degree Completion Information Session

Neumann University graduate students attending a previous degree information session
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Neumann University hosts a Wednesday, June 9 in-person information session, 5:30 to 7 p.m., for adults seeking a graduate degree or completing a bachelor’s degree.

The session will be in the Rocco Abessinio Building.

There are breakout sessions with program directors for each degree that Neumann offers. There’s also information about the application process and financial aid.

There is dinner for those registering in advance.

The session is in a 300-seat amphitheater to allow for social distancing. 

“Neumann is known for its flexible and affordable degree programs,” says Bettsy McKlaine, director of Adult and Graduate Admissions. “Our information sessions provide a supportive environment for adults to learn about degrees that will help them achieve their career goals.”

Neumann offers doctoral and master’s degrees. It also has bachelor’s degree completion programs.

College guides rank several Neumann degrees as among the best in the country. They can be completed online in 12-18 months.

Education (EdD) and Physical Therapy (DPT) Doctoral programs are available.

Master’s degree options: MS in Accounting (with an emphasis on forensics and fraud detection), Athletic Training, Business and Organizational Leadership, Clinical Laboratory Science, Education, Forensic Psychology (starting fall 2022), Nursing, Pastoral Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and Sports Business.

Online bachelor’s degree programs: BS in Business and Organizational Studies and BS in Public Safety Administration.

Neumann accepts up to 90 transfer credits into these bachelor’s degree programs. There is credit for military and work experience.

Registration is required . Click here for information and to register.

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