On Wednesday, March 6, Clarke University is hosting a Virtual Graduate School Preview Hour. Beginning at 7 p.m., attendees will have the opportunity to meet online with faculty from their program of interest, as well as the Assistant Director of Graduate and Adult Admissions, Kristin Harrington ’12M.
The one-hour presentation will begin with a brief welcome and introductory session. Then, participants will break off into groups to learn more about their choice of Clarke’s five graduate programs: Master of Arts in Education, Master of Business Administration, Master of Social Work, Doctor of Nursing Practice and Doctor of Physical Therapy.
“This event is a great way to explore your options in a small-group setting,” said Kristin. “Program Directors will be on hand to highlight changes to the programs, as well as some of the unique opportunities that are available to current Clarke undergraduate students to continue their education with us.”
Some of the most exciting changes for 2024 include pricing changes to the Master of Arts in Education and Doctor of Physical Therapy programs. According to Kristin, these changes came following a thorough evaluation of the programs, along with input from alumni and experts in the field.
“By reducing the cost to our Master of Arts in Education and Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, we are making these programs more accessible to the professionals who need them,” Kristin said. “These programs have earned reputations for excellence across the Midwest, and we’re proud to support the critical fields of health care and education.”
The Doctor of Physical Therapy and Master of Arts in Education also allow for undergraduate Clarke students to fast track their path to a graduate degree with dual credit opportunities. Additionally, current Clarke students can earn up to 12 credits towards their Master of Business Administration degree while completing their undergraduate degree.
“We’ve created a number of pathways to save students time and money on their way to a graduate degree,” Kristin added. “Add that to the growth in earning potential that comes with an advanced degree and these programs are a sound investment in your professional future.”
If you’d like to learn more about graduate programming at Clarke but cannot attend this event, consider scheduling an individual visit.