Graduate Programs Information Sessions
Bridgewater State University is pleased to host a series of information sessions this spring and summer. This is a valuable opportunity for prospective graduate students to meet with admission representatives to gather information about a graduate program of interest. Several Faculty Graduate Coordinators will also be available to speak with prospective students, as noted below (subject to change).
Sessions that include the "Pathways to Educator Licensure" workshop will begin with a presentation by Mary Ann McKinnon, Assistant Dean of the College of Education and Allied Studies, who will discuss the various processes or "pathways" for gaining or advancing your Massachusetts teaching license. An admissions presentation will follow, and the event will end with your choice of Q + A with Professor McKinnon regarding licensure; Q + A with admissions staff, or additional presentations and Q + A with Faculty Graduate Coordinators who are available at that event.
In addition, the Counselor Education Program holds a series of spring information seminars; please click here for information and to register.
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We look forward to your RSVP online to one of the following sessions below:
Graduate Admissions Information Session
Wednesday, May 8 @ 5:30 pm
Location: Maxwell Library, Heritage Room
Faculty Graduate Coordinators from the following departments will also be available to speak with prospective students: Accounting and Finance, MBA, MPA, Elementary and Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Counselor Education, Secondary Education - both MAT and APB programs, and the new MAT in TESOL program.
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT), Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Monday, June 17 @ 5:30 pm
Bridgewater is proud to announce a new MAT in TESOL, starting in Fall 2013! Attend this session to learn more -- admissions representatives and faculty coordinators will be on hand to answer your questions. We also offer a TESOL Graduate Certificate program, which will be covered as well.
Additional sessions will be held in late summer and in the fall semester. Please check back for updates.
Thank you for your interest in graduate study at BSU!
Last Modified: May 3, 2013