Mesa Adult Undergraduate Open House
10 May 2016
6:00 pm-8:00 pm Located at: Gillett Hall
Benedictine University is inviting interested students to attend an open house about its Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Criminal Justice and Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 10 in the Gillett Hall Community Room at Benedictine University.
During the open house, interested students can meet with an admissions counselor to review program requirements and receive an overview of the University‚Äôs hybrid M.B.A. model, which has traditional classroom and online components. The program is designed for students with at least five years of work experience in business, industry, public service, military service or other professional employment.
In Benedictine’s Psychology program, you will study the behavior of individuals, groups, society and organizations. You will learn both the theories of psychologists and how the theories are applied in real situations.
When you choose to major in Psychology at Benedictine, you will have the opportunity to gain practical work experience by taking part in on-the-job field placements in psychology or life span services. You will learn from guest lectures given by practicing psychologists and talks by clinicians about various types of treatment programs. You will also gain practical experience in clinical and experimental laboratories.
Studying criminal justice at the National Moser Center for Adult Learning is designed for the adult student who is at least 22 years of age, has professional work experience as a criminal justice professional and is seeking to advance their career, or is looking to become a criminal justice professional. The accelerated degree blends online and classroom courses.
While enrolled in our B.A. in Criminal Justice program, students develop a foundation in American government, ethics and cultural heritage. They learn the fundamentals of juvenile justice, delinquency and crime, criminal investigation techniques and research methodology. They gain a broad background in criminal law. To ensure degree completion, the learning team format is deployed with access to Benedictine’s various student services, such as tutoring, advising and career services. Additionally, each learning team provides a support network for students and individualized attention from professors.
To RSVP for the events or to learn more information about two programs, please visit http://www.ben.edu/moser/rsvp/index.cfm or contact the National Moser Center for Adult Learning at (877) 353-9622 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organization: Benedictine University at Mesa
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