Grad School Plans Information Sessions

Feb 28, 2020

Learn more about Cal U's master's and doctoral degree programs on March 26 or June 24.

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Interested in enhancing your resume and advancing your career with a master’s or doctoral degree? Cal U is planning graduate school information sessions  6-8 p.m. March 26 and June 24 to learn about academic programs and options. 

Both sessions will be held in the Convocation Center.

The graduate school at Cal U offers both face-to-face classes and degree programs delivered 100% online. 

At the information sessions, future students can meet with faculty, financial aid staff, current students and alumni to learn about the benefits of a Cal U graduate program. There will also be campus tours, free applications and information on graduate assistantships. 

Certificate and licensure programs are available in a variety of disciplines. Doctoral programs are offered in criminal justice, health science and exercise leadership, and education and administration leadership

“The information sessions are an ideal way to clarify and answer questions regarding: degree and course content, financial aid options, graduate assistantship opportunities, graduate admissions requirements and Career Services to help direct your advanced chosen career path,” said Dr. Yugo Ikach, dean of Cal U’s College of Graduate Studies and Research. 

“Many of our degrees and certificates are 100% online, giving the working student options to hone their expertise at a pace and delivery of their choice. Those that attend will have ample opportunity to meet individually with expert faculty and staff.” 

All information sessions are free, but online registration is requested at calu.edu/visit. A list of programs is available at calu.edu/academics

For more information about the School of Graduate Studies and Research, call 724-938-4187 or email gradschool@calu.edu.