The School for Professional Studies at Elmhurst College will host two free information sessions on graduate programs—on Monday evening, April 21, and Tuesday evening, April 22.
At both sessions, Elmhurst faculty and staff will be on hand to talk about the College’s graduate programs—their scope, curricula and class schedules—as well as admission requirements and financial aid opportunities. Each session also will offer workshops on managing a work-life balance in graduate school and how to write a successful Statement of Purpose. General graduate program information will be given at both sessions, but information about specific programs will be offered on separate days:
The Monday, April 21, session will provide information about graduate programs in Computer Information Systems, Data Science, MBA, Nursing/RN to MSN Option, and Nursing Master's Entry and Public Health.
The Tuesday, April 22, session will cover Applied Geospatial Sciences, Communication Sciences & Disorders, Early Childhood Special Education, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Market Research, Professional Accountancy, Supply Chain Management, Teacher Leadership and Human Geography for AP®.
Each information session will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Founders Lounge of the Frick Center. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m.
The School for Professional Studies is a division of Elmhurst College dedicated to providing a top-quality education to working adults and those whose life commitments have precluded higher education. To meet the needs of these nontraditional students, programs and courses may be offered online, at satellite locations, in the evenings or on weekends, in accelerated semesters and through other flexible formats.