Empire State College of the State University of New York will hold public information sessions about its undergraduate degree programs at 6 p.m., May 12 and 3 p.m., May 22 at the college’s Brooklyn location, 20 New York Avenue, corner of Herkimer Street, third floor, in Williamsburg.
Empire State College is dedicated to enabling motivated adults, regardless of geography or life circumstance, to manage and master a rigorous academic program and earn a degree.
College representatives will be available at the information session to answer questions about the college’s flexible associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.
The college’s innovative options include guided independent study with a faculty mentor, group studies and online learning, as well as credit earned through college-level life learning. For more, call 800-847-3000 or visit their Web site at www.esc.edu
Additionally, working adults interested in master’s degree programs who are unable to attend weekly classes may obtain information on the Center for Graduate Program’s two Master of Arts degrees in policy studies as well as its Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) and degree programs may call or go to www.esc.edu/grad.
To pre-register for the public information sessions, call 718-783-4400.
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