Graduate Programs Webinar Series
In these webinars, faculty and staff share an overview of programs and cover topics about what you can expect as a student, how to apply and more.
Master of Athletic Training
Join Andrea Cripps, Ph.D., ATC and Jenny Toonstra, Ph.D., ATC from the Athletic Training department discuss the new Master's of Athletic Training program at BGSU, beginning summer 2020.
Exploring BGSU's Graduate Programs
Join Keith Ramsdell and Jen Sayre, Ph.D. as they explore BGSU's 175+ graduate programs. Topics include how to apply to graduate school, campus services at BGSU, admission requirements, tuition and fees, and financial support.
Master of Public Administration
Join Shannon Orr, Ph.D., from the Political Science department discuss the Master of Public Administration program at BGSU, the professional degree for individuals preparing for leadership roles in public service. The NASPAA accredited program can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis, with evening classes offered for working professionals.
Alternative Resident Educator Program
Join Savilla Banister, Ph.D. from the School of Teaching and Learning and Leanne Huckaby, eCampus recruiter/advisor discuss the fully-online Alternative Resident Educator Program at BGSU.
Master of Science in Analytics
Join Tammy Oelkrug, M.A. discuss the Master of Science in Analytics program at BGSU. The full-time, 12 month program prepares graduates for successful careers in analytics with solid analytical and technical expertise as well as the ability to make sense of the data.
Master of Arts in Media and Communication
Learn more about the Master of Arts in Media and Communication degree with a specialization in Strategic Communication and Social Media in this webinar with program coordinator Sean Williams, M.A. The program is 100% online and designed for media and communication professionals working in corporations, non-profit organizations and media companies.