Tuesday, October 4, 2011
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
St. Norbert College Campus Center
This event is sponsored by Career Services at St. Norbert College, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and Lawrence University. The fair is a great opportunity to visit with graduate and professional school representatives one-on-one, learn about available programs, admissions procedures, entrance requirements and more! Please click on a school to learn more information about its specific curriculum.
Schools listed below are attending the 2011 Graduate School Fair
A.T. Still University of Health Sciences
ATSU provides graduate level education in whole person healthcare. Recognized internationally for its integrated approach, ATSU offers a Masters in Athletic Training, Biomedical Sciences, Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies, Human Movement, Health Administration, and Public Health.
Web site: www.atsu.edu
Adler School of Professional Psychology
Degree programs ground students in research and theory about the impact of
structural and systemic factors on human well being. Programs also provide
training on how to impact social policies, address community issues, and solve
social problems. Graduate programs offered in Counseling Psychology, Gerontological Counseling, Marriage and Family Counseling, and Police Psychology.
Web site: www.adler.edu
Graduate programs offer Masters in Education, Business Administration, Nursing, and Community Psychology.
Web site: www.alverno.edu
Small, Catholic, liberal arts university that houses 2,481 graduate students, offers 13 graduate programs, and 38 graduate certificates.
Web site: www.ben.edu
Cardinal Stritch University
Graduate programs offered in Clinical Psychology, History, Ministry, Religious Studies, Visual Studies, Piano, Sports Management, Special Education, Teaching, Urban Education, Business Administration, Management, Instructional Technology, Educational Leadership, Language and Literacy, Literacy and English as a Second Language, Literacy and Learning Disabilities, and Nursing.
Web site: www.stritch.edu
Graduate programs offered in Education, Business, and Social Work.
Web site: www.carthage.edu
Concordia University Wisconsin
CUW offers graduate programs in MBA, Education, Counseling, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Nursing, Church Music and Student Personnel Administration. Many MBA and Education programs are available at sites throughout Wisconsin.
Web site: www.cuw.edu/graduate
Erikson offers master of science degree programs in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, and Child Development and Clinical Social Work. Students will study with a cohort of diverse and experienced students, in small classes with close
relationships among faculty and students.
Web site: www.erikson.edu
Graduate programs offered in Business, Creative Writing, Creative Writing for Children, Education, Environmental Education, ESL Education, Law, Liberal Studies, Literacy Education, Nonprofit Management, Public Administration, and Teaching.
Web site: www.hamline.edu
Master degree programs in counseling, business and education. We also have prep courses offered for CPA exams and SHRM, CMA and CTP.
Web site: www.lakeland.edu
Graduate degree offered in Sport Health Science. You can select from four areas of concentration: Chiropractic
Sport Science, Sports Coaching, Sports Injury Management, and Exercise and
Web site: www.life.edu
Marian University continues to achieve excellence in graduate education
with the PhD in Leadership Studies, Master's Degree programs in
Education (various tracks), Leadership, and Nursing (2 tracks).
Web site: www.marianuniversity.edu
Marquette University Graduate School
Marquette University has been educating people to be leaders in their
professional lives, their communities and in society for more than 120
years. Marquette University's Graduate School offers more than 50
different masters and doctoral degrees and several certificate and
Web site: www.marquette.edu
Medical College of Wisconsin
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) offers collaborative, interdisciplinary, hands-on graduate training in the Biomedical Sciences. The Medical College of Wisconsin is internationally known for its research programs. These programs offer opportunities to study at the cutting edge of biomedical research - including several interdisciplinary research opportunities available in areas such as cancer biology, proteomics research and developmental and cardiovascular physiology.
Web site: www.mcw.edu/gradschool
Mount Mary College
Graduate programs offered in Art Therapy, Business Administration, Counseling with concentrations in community, clinical health, and school counseling, Dietetics, Education, English with a concentration in writing, and Occupational Therapy.
Web site: www.mtmary.edu
Northwestern Health Sciences University
The Graduate School is charged with supervision of graduate work leading to
advanced academic degrees, offering the master of arts (MA), master of fine arts
(MFA), master of public health (MPH), master of science (MS) and doctor of
philosophy (PhD) degrees in over 70 disciplines. Certificate programs offer
interdisciplinary specialization in certain areas, ranging from African
studies to law and social science, for students enrolled in graduate degree
Web site: www.nwhealth.edu
St. Catherine University
St. Catherine University offers coeducational graduate programs in
organizational leadership, library science, education, holistic health
studies, nursing, occupational and physical therapy, social work, and
Web site: www.stkate.edu/graduate
Silver Lake College
Graduate programs: Master of Arts in Education, Master of Science in
Management and Organizational Behavior, Master of Music in Music
Education, Master of Arts in Special Education.
Web site: www.sl.edu
St. Norbert College
Graduate programs: a new Masters of Arts in Liberal Studies offers a broad range of courses across divisional lines, actively involving all various disciplines represented that distinguish a St. Norbert education; Master of Science in Education; Master of Theological Studies.
Web site: www.snc.edu
The College of St. Scholastica
Offers graduate degree programs at the master's and doctoral levels
across the fields of education, business technology and the health
Web site: flexible.css.edu
The John Marshall Law School
An ABA accredited Law School located in the heart of downtown Chicago. Nationally ranked in our Legal Writing, Advocacy and Intellectual Property Law programs, John Marshall prides itself on its practical approach to legal education where students have many opportunities to gain real-world experience during law school.
Web site: www.jmls.edu
University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
UWGB offers four graduate programs: Ms in Management; Environmental
science and policy; applied leadership in Teaching and Learning ;
masters in social work.
Web site: www.uwgb.edu
University of Wisconsin School of Law
The hallmark of Wisconsin Law School is its "law in action" approach to
teaching, in which students learn not only legal rules, but also why
those rules evolved to address social concerns, and how those rules
operate in the real world.
Web site: law.wisc.edu
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
UW-Madison offers a variety of educational programs including MD, MD
through Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine and the Medical Scientist
Web site: www.med.wisc.edu
University of North Dakota - School of Law
The University of North Dakota School of Law blends an innovative education with
creative and entrepreneurial opportunities and a spirit of community in its education of approximately
Web site: www.law.und.edu
University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
Ranging from a newly-developed Doctor of Nursing Practice to a well-respected
Master of Business Administration program, UWO Graduate Studies offers you
numerous growth and advancement opportunities. You can choose from 28 graduate
degree, certificate and achievement programs.
Web site: www.uwosh.edu
William Mitchell College of Law
William Mitchell College of Law is a independent, private law school that stresses practical skills, theory, and ethics.
Web site: www.wmitchell.edu