Summer sessions at Saint Joseph's College are a great way for Graduate & Professional Studies students to accelerate their degree and make strong
personal connections with faculty, staff and fellow students. The setting on Sebago Lake, side trips to Freeport and Portland, informal social gatherings on campus and the lobster bake add to the magical atmosphere.
This year, summer students can expect even more as we offer new options on campus:
In addition to these innovative options, students can choose from traditional two-week courses. New courses this year include: History of the Modern Middle East, Nursing Ethics and Introduction to Gender Studies. A favorite from last summer, America and the Film World of John Ford, returns, along with perennial favorite Faith in the Contemporary World.
For more information on summer activities, visit www.sjcme.edu/summer.
Managing the Business of Health Care:
A Symposium for Health Administration Professionals
July 15-19, 2008
Saint Joseph's College of Maine
How well do you manage the rapidly changing demographics of health care? Do you view the patient as a consumer and a customer? How do you integrate ethical considerations into your management process? Are you aware of the latest techniques for managing the business of health care?
Symposium participants will have the opportunity to explore these and other important topics with health care administrators, educators and other experts. This symposium is designed for chief executives, administrators, hospital department directors, nurse administrators and unit managers.
Those who attend can also expand their network of professional colleagues and earn CEUs or college credits. Join us for the entire 5-day symposium or just one day. Enjoy southern Maine and our campus on beautiful Sebago Lake. Visit www.sjcme.edu/healthsymposium for more details and to register