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Fall 2020 Webinar Series for Prospective Students: Online and Onward

Your Next Convenient Step

In this time of uncertainty, we're especially committed to helping you realize your academic goals through rigorous, flexible, online programs. Register for any combination of the interactive webinars listed below. All events are free and will be hosted via Zoom. You'll receive meeting details and log-in information in emails leading up to each event.

Additional events will be added throughout the fall semester. Check back for updates.

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Online Learning with NMU

CHOOSE ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

  • Thursday, September 24, 2020 | 7:30 p.m. EST
  • Wednesday, October 21, 2020 | 6:00 p.m. EST
  • Wednesday, November 11, 2020 | 12:00 p.m. EST

WHO IT'S FOR: prospective students interested in studying online with NMU in the future

Get the big picture of what online learning with Northern Michigan University looks like from admission to enrollment. Topics include: pre-admission unofficial degree evaluations, academic resources for online learners, available online program offerings, cost, and admission requirements.

PRESENTER:
Dan Freeborn, Assistant Director, Marketing and Enrollment

Approx. 45 minutes in length (includes plenty of time for questions)

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RN to BSN Online Degree Completion

CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

  • Tuesday, September 22, 2020 | 12:00 p.m. EST
  • Tuesday, October 27, 2020 | 4:00 p.m. EST

WHO IT'S FOR: students currently enrolled in or who have already completed their Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) through an accredited program 

NMU was recently ranked the #1 RN to BSN program in the state of Michigan by nursingprocess.org. Topics we'll cover: time to degree completion, project-based clinical experiences, advanced placement credit, personalized plans of study, focus on leadership, cost, and admission requirements.

PRESENTERS:
Dan Freeborn, Assistant Director, Marketing and Enrollment
Katie Menard, PhD, RN, CCRN, CNE, NMU Assoc. Professor/Program Coordinator

Approx. 45 minutes in length (includes plenty of time for questions)

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Applied Workplace Leadership Online Bachelor's Degree

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 | 7:30 p.m. EST

AUDIENCE: Students currently enroll in an associate program or those that already hold the degree and intend to pursue a bachelor's

The award-winning applied workplace leadership degree maximizes the use of transfer credit and enables students to take an active approach to learning leadership skills in their workplace. Relevant and flexible, its a great fit for those wishing to complete a degree while working and preparing to climb the ladder. This is NMU's most transfer-friendly online bachelor's degree. Topics we'll cover: course transfer, applied nature of the program, unofficial degree evaluations, cost, and admission requirements.

PRESENTERS:
Dan Freeborn, Assistant Director, Marketing and Enrollment
Dr. Derek Anderson, NMU Professor of Education

Approx. 45 minutes in length (includes plenty of time for questions)

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MLT to MLS: Laboratory Medicine Online Degree Completion

Date and Time: TBA

AUDIENCE: Individuals pursuing or have already earned their MLT associate degree from a NAACLS accredited institution and plan to or have already earned ASCP certification

 

Approx. 45 minutes long (includes plenty of time for questions)

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Psychology - Online Bachelor's Degree

Wednesday, October 7, 2020 | 7:30 p.m. EST


AUDIENCE: Psychology and general education faculty and department heads and transfer or academic adviser/coordinator professionals at two-year institutions.

This degree with a concentration in interdisciplinary psychology provides a strong introduction to the basic principles and theories in the psychological sciences as well as coverage on the primary content areas in this discipline. Those seeking a psychology major may pursue certain careers where a bachelor’s degree in psychology is helpful or may pursue graduate programs in psychology, such as experimental or clinical psychology. 

PRESENTERS:
Dan Freeborn, Assistant Director, Marketing and Enrollment
Dr. Jon Barch, Assistant Professor of Psychology

Approx. 45 minutes long (includes plenty of time for questions)

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Criminal Justice/Loss Prevention Management Online Bachelor's Degrees

Date and Time: TBA

AUDIENCE: Individuals interested in the criminal justice and related fields whether currently enrolled in an associate program or those currently in the workforce

 

Approx. 45 minutes long (includes plenty of time for questions)

Questions?

If you'd like more information about these events or about studying online with NMU, let us know:

Main Office (906) 227-1200