SUNY Oswego Metro Center plans open house July 23
The SUNY Oswego Metro Center in Syracuse will host an open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 23.
People interested in enhancing their careers can meet with select program directors to learn about part-time study options offered at the Metro Center in The Atrium, 2 Clinton Square.
Attendees can obtain specific program information, ask questions and learn about the application process in micro-sessions with directors from the mental health counseling, MBA and trauma studies programs on the following schedule:
* 11:30 a.m. to noon: Terry O’Brien, mental health counseling
* noon to 12:30 p.m.: Irene Scruton, MBA programs
* 12:30 to 1 p.m.: Karen Wolford, trauma studies
Refreshments will be provided. Those interested in attending should call 315-399-4100.
SUNY Oswego offers a number of programs geared toward working professionals that include evening, part-time and online study options. Its more than 25 graduate programs include the master of business administration and a new MBA in health services administration.
In addition, students can opt for graduate certificate programs such as play therapy, educational leadership, gerontology, health information technology, integrated health systems, and integrated media and social networks, among others.
SUNY Oswego, accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, has four divisions: the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; the AACSB-accredited School of Business; the NCATE-accredited School of Education; and the School of Communication, Media and the Arts.
Courses are offered at the SUNY Oswego Metro Center in downtown Syracuse, the SUNY Oswego Phoenix Center off State Route 481, online or at the college’s main campus in Oswego.
For additional information, call the Metro Center at 315-399-4100. To learn more about graduate programs, visit www.oswego.edu/gradstudies. Additional information about the Metro Center, including directions, is available at http://www.oswego.edu/metro.
(Posted: Jul 10, 2013)