Educational magic happens here in summer’s relaxed atmosphere. Along with that, some extras make it even more special: delicious, fresh and natural food (did we mention the lobster?), walking trails nearby to walk off the homemade pie, free trips off campus to L.L. Bean, lounging by the lakeside, free career workshops and our bistro night to socialize.
Mark your calendar and register now. Take advantage of a unique chance to develop your professional skills, as well as establish valuable and long-lasting relationships with faculty and fellow students. And don’t forget that lobster!
The Graduate & Professional Studies division will be offering on-campus classes for adult learners and professionals during July. More than 30 courses will be offered in a variety of formats and schedules, including classroom, online and combinations of both. Most on-campus class sessions begin on July 12, but several begin on July 26. Highlights this summer include several Special Topics courses that are only offered in the summer:
? Vatican Council II: Major Themes and Continuing Challenges
A two-week course taught by Bishop Richard Malone of Maine
? Excellence in Online Teaching A hybrid course taught in conjunction with a presentation by Rena Palloff and Keith Pratt, renowned pioneers and authors in the field of online learning
? End of Life Care: Promoting Awareness through Film, Life Stories and Case Studies A hybrid course available to nursing professionals.
? Web 2.0 in Education Explores key aspects of the interactive web.
? One-week immersion courses: “Women, Religion and Film” and “Theology of Orders: Deacon, Priest, Bishop”
The Graduate & Professional Studies division at Saint Joseph’s is sponsoring a symposium for health administration professionals featuring nationally known health care experts and timely topics on health care reform.
This symposium allows students to gain academic credit (undergraduate and graduate) and others to gain continuing education credit. Students who have attended the symposium in prior years may also attend in 2010 to earn credits in the health administration elective courses area.
The symposium will be focused on the impact of health care reform. Topics will focus on equipping health care leaders to successfully manage inevitable changes in the field:
• Health Care Reform • Paying for Health Care • Social Media in Health Care • Ethics • Impact of Shifting Demographics • Strategic Planning • Physician Relations and Workforce Issues • Rural Health Care Challenges • Issues in Long-Term Care • Leadership
The symposium is taught by experts in health administration and will include sessions on all aspects of health care, including acute care, long-term care and allied health services. It offers:
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