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School for Graduate Studies to Offer Limited Courses in May B Term

By Pat Ryan, director, Graduate Student Services, School for Graduate Studies

October 5, 2012

This year, the School for Graduate Studies will offer four courses in the May B term, a departure from offering summer courses only in the May A term.

The four courses available from the advanced certificate in veterans’ services for the B term include:

  • POL-623000 Veteran Services and Public Policy, 3 credits
  • POL-623001 Veteran Outreach, Services and Advocacy, 3 credits
  • POL-6230023 Human Service Practice and Delivery, 3 credits
  • POL-623004 Military and Veteran Culture: Developing Cultural Competency, 3 credits

These courses may be used in the certificate program or as electives in a master's program.

Since this is just an experiment, students will not be able to enroll online. Students interested in enrolling in any of these courses may obtain information on manual registration from the School for Graduate Studies at GradReg@esc.edu or 800-847-3000, ext. 2225

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Article Contributors
  • Danielle Benedict
  • Helen Edelman
  • Justin Giordano
  • David Henahan
  • Susan LeClair
  • Tom Mackey
  • Mark Miyake
  • Vickie Moller
  • Sarah Morehouse
  • Rhianna Rogers
  • Pat Ryan
  • Jandet Shideler
  • Betty Wilde-Biasiny