College of Applied Professional Studies to hold open house April 29
Explore all that the College of Applied Professional Studies has to offer at its open house on Tuesday, April 29. The event will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on the Minneapolis campus.
If you have ever thought about advancing your education, gaining more credentials or making a career shift, take a closer look. The College of Applied Professional Studies, comprised of the School of Education and the Graduate School of Professional Psychology, is holding an open house from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, on the Minneapolis campus.
Faculty and students will be available to talk about the programs offered. Financial aid representatives and career counselors will also be available. Food and beverage is provided, and the $50 application fee will be waived when you apply on-site.
The program includes small breakout sessions to give prospective students an idea of the types of classes offered by both the School of Education and the Graduate School of Professional Psychology. Sessions include:
- "Students with Disabilities in the School to Prison Pipeline: Issues, Ideas and a Call to Action" with Dr. Cindy Lavorato
- "Assessing Children" with Dr. Patricia Stankovitch
- "Writing to Teach – Writing to Learn" with Dr. Eleni Roulis
- "Reading Strategies for Teaching" with Dr. Amy Smith
- "Understanding Challenges Associated with Autism " with Dr. Lynn Stansberry-Brusnahan.
College of Applied Professional Studies programs prepare leaders in education, human resources and organization development, nonprofit and corporate administration, public agencies, law enforcement, student affairs and more.
Programs offer many bachelor's, master's, education specialist and doctoral degrees; multiple certificate and licensure programs; and extensive continuing education courses to meet all of your learning needs.
Visit the School of Education's Events and Conferences Web site for more information about the open house and the College of Applied Professional studies.