Undergraduate students invited to learn more about graduate offerings
An upcoming information session hosted by the Office of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education will provide networking opportunities for undergraduate students and working professionals who are interested in pursuing a graduate degree.
During the information session, which is scheduled for 4:30-6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 in Ochre Court, graduate program directors and current graduate students will be available to answer questions, and private meetings with admissions and financial aid counselors will also be offered.
Current Salve Regina undergraduates are invited to learn more about the combined bachelor’s/master’s program, an accelerated course of study that allows qualified students to begin work toward a master’s degree in their senior year and complete the program with an additional year of study.
Salve Regina offers three doctorate and 14 master’s degree programs, in addition to 22 professional certificate programs. Many degrees can be completed fully online, with in-person classes offered in the evenings in Newport and at Center for Adult Education in Warwick.
For a full list of available programs, visit salve.edu/grad.