Oct. 2, 2013 — Enrollment will begin for the Fall II session at Park University. Classes for the accelerated 8-week session begin Monday, Oct. 21.
Park, founded in 1875, has a history of giving students from diverse backgrounds access to an affordable, private university education. From arts and science to business and education programs, Park offers a variety of accredited undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The University’s online learning programs attest to Park’s ongoing commitment to provide access to quality education for everyone.
Known for its diverse selection of quality degree programs and flexible online classes, Park University is at its core a liberal arts college with an emphasis on experiential learning. The University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers innovative programs in the fine and performing arts, the humanities and the natural and social sciences.
“The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree completion program is just one example of the flexible, innovative curriculum students will find at Park,” said Emily Donnelli-Sallee, Ph.D., CLAS interim dean and associate professor of English.
The BSN degree completion program allows students to take courses online, face-to-face or a combination of both to best balance their studies with their personal lives. For more information on Park’s Ellen Finley Earhart Nursing Program, visit www.park.edu/nursing.
A few of Park’s academic programs have made changes this semester. The Hauptmann School of Public Affairs’ Master of Healthcare Leadership program is now known as the Master of Healthcare Administration, and the Bachelor of Public Administration program is exclusively online.
Park serves traditional and non-traditional students in day, weekend and evening programs. Classes at Park’s campus centers across the country and online are offered in traditional 16-week, as well as the accelerated 8-week sessions. Park has 40 campus centers across the country and online, including the University’s flagship campus at its historic site in Parkville. Park’s School for Graduate and Professional Studies is based in downtown Kansas City, Mo.
For more information about admissions, visit www.park.edu/admissions, call (816) 746-2520 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.