Schools and Departments Open House
8:30-12pm and 1:00-5:00 pm
Going to Graduate School Information Session
12:00-1:00pm, Campus Center 405
*Light refreshments provided*
Basic Training: Graduate School Applications
5:30-7:30pm, Campus Center 405
Seating is limited for Basic Training, and
participants are encouraged to register early.
Herron School of Art & Design
Event: Meet with our Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Tour Herron's facilities
Description: Prospective students will meet with the Associate Dean of Graduate Programs, Craig McDaniel, and tour Herron's main building, Eskenazi Hall.
Event time: 1-2:30pm
IU School of Health & Rehabilitation Services
Contact: Josh Morrison - email@example.com Website: shrs.iupui.edu
IU School of Journalism
Event: IU School of Journalism at IUPUI Graduate Faculty Panel
Description: The IU School of Journalism at IUPUI will host an informational panel with faculty members, including: Jonas Bjork, Ph.D., Professor Bruce Hetrick, Visiting Professor, Public Relations Pam Laucella, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Academic Director, National Sports Journalism Center.
Event time: 2:30pm
Additional Information: When you hang your master’s diploma on the wall, you want it to have clout. That’s what you get with a degree from the century-old IU School of Journalism. The School on the Indianapolis campus offers two graduate degrees: The M.A. in Public Relations and the M.A. in Sports Journalism. M.A. in Public Relations: As a Public Relations master’s student, you’ll prepare for management positions with faculty members who have worked the front lines and top echelon of the profession and who have conducted cutting-edge research â€“ and some have won the highest honors in the business. You may specialize in one of three areas: General Public Relations Management, Public Relations in Health Care and Life Sciences or Sports Public Relations. The degree requires 34 credit hours and can be completed in two or three years. Courses are offered at night to accommodate working professionals. M.A. in Sports Journalism: Opportunities for sports journalism master’s students abound in Indianapolis, a city that is home to dozens of professional and amateur sports organizations. You’ll learn by doing real-world projects, working with established journalists at internships, networking with visiting professionals, and more. The 30-credit-hour program is ideal for graduating seniors and professionals with a few years of experience. No thesis is required and you can complete your degree in one or two years. For more information on graduate programs at the IU School of Journalism in Indianapolis, contact Emily Turnier, Director of Advising Services and Outreach, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-278-2506 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting FREE 317-278-2506 end_of_the_skype_highlighting.
IU School of Medicine - Graduate Division
Event: IBMG Program for Ph.D. Study Open House
Description: Welcome & Graduate Programs Information session, IUSM Campus Tour, Lunch with students, sit in on G717 â€“ Biomedical Sciences III â€“ Cellular Basis for Systems Biology, and Q & A session.
Event Time: 9:00am - 2:15pm
IU School of Medicine - Public Health
Event: This is Public Health!
Description: Learn about public health graduate programs, meet the Associate Chair for Academic Programs, meet program directors and faculty, tour the facilities, talk with students. A light breakfast will be served.
Event time: 1:30-4:30 - Refreshments served mid-afternoon.
Additional Information: The Department offers Masters programs in Public Health and Health Administration, and PhD programs in Epidemiology, Health Policy and Management, and Biostatistics. Three certificate programs are also available. Students can attend all programs on a full or part time basis. Most classes are offered in the evening.
IU School of Public & Environmental Affairs
Event: Get to Know SPEA
Description: This is your chance to learn more about graduate programs in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs. You will learn about the Master of Public Affairs, Master of Science in Criminal Justice and Public Safety.
Event time: 1:00-5:00pm
There are no upcoming dates for this event.