Adults Can Learn about AU's Online, Evening, and Graduate Programs Oct. 30 at Thrift Library
Event will include dinner and drawing for an iPad
Adults and graduates are invited to Anderson University’s Thrift Library Building at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 30 to learn about the school’s more than a dozen evening and online programs and eight graduate programs. Attendees of Envision, the university’s open house for evening, online, and graduate programs, also will receive dinner and a chance to win an iPad.
Attendees of the event can learn about the university’s evening and online programs in business, criminal justice, emergency management services, human services, liberal studies, organizational leadership, and Christian studies. Attendees also can learn about Anderson’s evening programs in elementary education and elementary education with an add-on certification in early childhood education.
Prospective graduate students can learn about Anderson’s graduate offerings at the event, including the university’s MBA, Master of Criminal Justice, Master of Education in Administration and Supervision, Master of Arts in Elementary Education, Master of Ministry, and Master of Music in Music Education. A representative from the school’s College of Christian Studies also will be available to discuss Anderson’s new Doctor of Ministry program.
The evening will consist of dinner, an overview of the programs, including admission and financial aid information, a presentation by Anderson University Provost Dr. Danny Parker, and breakout presentations led by the deans and faculty of specific programs.
To register or to learn more about Envision and the university’s evening, online, and graduate programs visit www.andersonuniversity.edu/envision, call (800) 542-3594, or email ACCEL@andersonuniversity.edu.