When his mother was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2009, Anthony Dwyer witnessed firsthand how public health officials can make a huge difference in someone’s life. That experience awoke in him a desire to become a public health professional.
SCPS Dean Walter Pearson writes: "Student persistence in higher education is becoming a more visible issue today. A proposed new federal rating system’s broad goal is to determine 'how many students at an institution graduate, at a reasonable cost, without a lot of debt, and get a job that enables them to support themselves and their families.'
Imagine sitting down for a job interview and being asked, “How many times a day does a clock’s hands overlap?” or “Why are manhole covers round?” If you are anything like me, you’d immediately start sweating and want to find the nearest fire escape.
Put a spring in your step and take an online course to help complete your degree. Now you can take SCPS in-person in the classroom, online through your computer, or a mix of the two. Watch our latest video for more information or contact our office today.
Learn about how admitted students can obtain credit for experience-based learning by participating in Prior Learning Assessment.
Does completing a degree really matter? How can you afford to complete your degree?
In this post, I cover the outcomes from completing the degree and cover the ways you can make your degree more affordable. There are several options at Loyola to help you reduce the cost and time to degree – prior learning assessment [...]