Westfield State University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Education to Host Graduate Fair
Flexibility, affordable programs designed for the working adult
Westfield State University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Education (CGCE) will host a Graduate Fair on Thursday, March 22, at 6 p.m. in the Loughman Living Room of Scanlon Hall. Individuals interested in pursuing a master’s degree should attend this fair to find out how a graduate degree can help them further their career and/or scholarly interests.
Westfield State University’s master’s programs include:
- applied behavior analysis
- criminal justice
- physician assistant studies
- public administration
- social work.
Many of these programs offer different concentration options, with lengths of completion varying by each program’s required credits.
The March 22 event will allow prospective students to learn more about the University’s program options, how courses are offered, and degree completion durations.
“Our programs are affordable and flexible, designed for the working adult, but what sets us apart are our outstanding faculty and support staff, who will inspire and guide you through your graduate education,” said Dr. Shelley Tinkham, dean of the College of Graduate and Continuing Education.
Prospective students will have the opportunity to speak with a faculty representative from each program, and with CGCE outreach representatives about the application process. All individuals who attend the Graduate Fair will have the $50 application fee waived.