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UIndy Offering Entry-Level Master’s & Doctoral Degrees in OT

In 2015, the University of Indianapolis School of Occupational Therapy will offer two entry-level OT degrees. Each degree, the Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) and the Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) will prepare students to successfully enter the workforce as practicing occupational therapists. There are two differences in the degree levels: 1.) format (1 day/week

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Comstock inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame

Eastern Illinois University (EIU) will induct Dr. Joni Comstock into its Athletic Hall of Fame on September 6 in Charleston, Ill. Dr. Comstock will be entering the Athletic Hall of Fame as a friend of athletics based on the impact she has had on Eastern Illinois Athletics and national collegiate athletics. Dr. Comstock was a

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DegreesInSports.com Features Dr. Diacin

  Dr. Michael Diacin is the "Featured Professor on DegreesInSports.com, an online database of sports degree programs. Dr. Diacin is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and the Program Coordinator for the Master of Science in Sport Management degree at the University of Indianapolis. His areas of expertise include sport facility operations and management, sociocultural foundations

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Master of Public Health program begins Fall 2014

A new UIndy master’s degree program from the College of Health Sciences will prepare professionals to identify health disparities and develop community-based approaches to close the gaps. Debuting this fall, the two-year Master of Public Health program will be the only one in Indiana, and one of few in the nation, with a concentration in

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New Undergraduate Major at UIndy

The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis is offering new educational programs in Emergency and Disaster Management. Students can earn an Associate degree, a Bachelor degree, or a certificate in Emergency and Disaster Management. Emergency and Disaster Management is a field of study and research that focuses on the planning and directing

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New Year.. New Goals… New Degree

It's that time of year…do you set resolutions at the beginning of each year, but do nothing to reach the goals?  If your goal is a better paying job, then make your first step a college degree.  The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis will help you reach this goal.  Our accelerated bachelor degree program for students 24

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UIndy Presenting Free Seminar for Displaced Healthcare Professionals

In the wake of major layoffs by local hospital systems, the University of Indianapolis will host a free seminar to help displaced nurses and healthcare professionals gain traction in the job market. “ "Reinventing Yourself: A Personal Transformation for Healthcare Workers” is scheduled from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Jan. 11 in UIndy Hall A of

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The Face of UIndy MBA’s Full Time One Year MBA Program

Meet Stacia.     Stacia is a graduate of Purdue University with a degree in organizational leadership and supervision with minors in communications and entrepreneurship. Stacia completed various internships and had a 4 year position with Purdue Athletics. Upon graduating, Stacia was hoping to enter into business side of sports and soon realized that many

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5 Reasons Adults Say “Yes” to School

Returning to school is a big decision for adults.  Taking that first step to meet with an admissions counselor is difficult.  Returning to school pushes adults out of their comfort zone. So, why are adult students returning to school in record numbers?  Here are the top 5 reasons for adults to return to school: 1)

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Take the First Step to a College Degree

Information Night Program Thursday, November 7, 2013 University of Indianapolis School for Adult Learning Esch Hall Room 103 5:30-7:00 p.m. Do you want to find a better job or complete a life goal?  Are you ready to take the first step to a college degree? The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis

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School is Starting…You’re Not Too Late

You wanted to begin classes this fall, but missed the start of classes in August.  Great news…It's not too late to begin the accelerated degree program in the School for Adult Learning (SAL) at the University of Indianapolis.  SAL classes begin every five weeks.  The next session will begin the week of September 29th.  You'll earn

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July 31 Is Deadline for Online Aging Studies Course Registration

You can tell by the commercials on TV: it's back to school time. Get yourself back to the books by enrolling in an online course in Aging Studies through the University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community. The deadline to register for Fall 2013 courses is July 31, 2013.   Undergraduates interested in enhancing

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One Year, 3 Courses to Online Grad Certificate in Project Management

People with degrees and careers human services — social workers, volunteer coordinators, elder care providers, counselors, substance abuse specialists and nonprofit employees — are increasingly finding themselves more and more in need of project management skills. An online graduate certificate offered by UIndy can help. Beginning in August 2013, the second cohort of the Graduate

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Indianapolis Ranks #1 Best City for College Grads

On June 1, 2013 the Indianapolis Star announced  that Indianapolis is now "the No.1 spot in a new ranking of the best cities for college grads." The Star quoted information from CreditDonkey, a credit card comparison website which used data from the Bureau of Labor Statistic, US Census Bureau and Council for Community and Economic

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Earn College Credit through Prior Learning Assessment Portfolio

The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis announces its revised process allowing students to earn college credit for their lifetime of learning experiences.  What is a Prior Learning Assessment Portfolio?  A Prior Learning Assessment is a formal written communication presented by the student to the University requesting credit for extra-collegiate, college-level learning.

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UIndy Nursing Launches Online RN-to-BSN Program

The University of Indianapolis is taking one of its most popular nursing degree programs online, making it accessible to working nurses throughout the state who want to advance their careers. UIndy’s School of Nursing first launched its RN-to-BSN program in the early 1990s to help registered nurses – licensed after two to three years of

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Are You Ready to Earn a Bachelor’s Degree?

The new year brings a new opportunity to complete your education. The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis will have an Information Night on Monday, January 7, 2013, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. in our office Esch Hall Room 103. If you have thought about going to school, this is the program for you.

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Education to Employment

There is no dispute about how important an educated workforce is. An educated workforce makes a company more competitive. Many states are finding, after the latest recession, that workforce development is the single most important economic development issue. But what is the impact of education on your employability? A new study from Georgetown University's Center on

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Evening Accelerated Degree Program Information Night

Change your Goals… Change your Life You are invited…  Thursday, July 26, 2012 5:30-7:00 p.m. Information Night Program School for Adult Learning Esch Hall Room 103 University of Indianapolis   Are you ready to take the first step to a college degree? Join us for this informational session. Our academic advisors, career advisor and financial

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Top Reasons Adults Return to School

If you listened to the voice that keeps saying, "go back to school," you would have earned nine credits in the last fifteen weeks attending class just one night per week at the University of Indianapolis School for Adult Learning.  Why do adults decide to return to school? Better Future: Adults realize that a bachelor degree is

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