- 6:00 pm on Tuesday, October 15, 2013
- 7:00 pm on Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy Special Virtual Information Session for Current College Students.
We’re pleased to invite you to an information session about Northwestern University’s master’s degree program in Higher Education Administration and Policy.
Graduates of the program find fulfilling careers in areas such as student affairs, enrollment management, alumni relations, athletics administration, higher education policy and many others.
Many students enter the MS in Higher Education Administration and Policy Program because experiences that they had as undergraduates sparked an interest in working in higher education. In this special session for current college students, we will talk about the wide array of careers that exist within higher education administration and how Northwestern.
University’s program can prepare you to join the field. We will also discuss the program’s curriculum, internship opportunities, graduates’ career outcomes, application requirements and financial aid. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions of program administrators and current students in real time.
What Makes Our Program Unique?
*Ranked among the top graduate programs nationwide by U.S. News and World Report, our School of Education and Social Policy and its graduates are respected by institutions and employers in the field.
*The comprehensive curriculum equips graduates to be leaders in the field.
*Exceptional internship placements allow students to gain valuable work experience and connect theory to practice.
*The master’s research project
gives students an opportunity to do original research on a topic of genuine interest and gain valuable assessment skills.
*The program’s flexibility allows students to finish the degree in
as little as 1 year full-time or pursue the degree part-time while working.
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