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Immerse yourself in a world of critical analysis and intensive scholarship that will help you change your career path or Boost your employment opportunities.
The New School offers unique degree programs specifically designed for students seeking an alternative to the traditional four-year college experience, as well adult career changers. Parsons’ Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree program provides a challenging academic curriculum, a community of design practitioners, internship opportunities and professional development counseling. The Bachelor’s Program for Adults and Transfer Students benefit from The New School’s student success offerings, flexible study options (including part- and full-time study; and online, on-campus, and hybrid options), a curriculum tailored to individual goals, and credit for your work/life experience.
Below, find more information about our bachelor’s and associate’s degree programs. Looking for information about transferring as a undergraduate student? Visit Transfer Students page to learn more.
Learn more about continuing your education in the Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students
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The Office of Admission will help you find the program that suits you by reviewing your education, interests, and academic goals. You can reach our admission counselors by email at [email protected] or by phone at 800.292.3040.
Through learning communities, you have a great opportunity to connect with other students who share your interests and get to know faculty.
Students who participate in a learning community earn higher grades and have increased exposure to university resources and the Greater Lafayette community.
Over 3,000 first-year students and 1,000 current students who participate in learning communities every year! Don't be left out!
Incoming students to Purdue for Fall 2023, can apply to a learning community starting January 18th - July 5th. April 15th is the priority application deadline to be placed in a learning community. Applications submitted or modified after April 15th will be considered based on availability following the initial placement period.
Students who apply for a Learning Community by the April 15th priority deadline will be notified of their placement status through their Purdue email account by the end of the first full week in May.
A housing contract with University Residences must be completed prior to applying for a learning community. After accepting your offer of admission, allow up to two business days to gain access to the housing contract portal.
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Structured around the cognitive apprenticeship theory of education, which emphasizes experiential learning, the UW Ph.D. program in Learning, Design and Technology gives you the experience digital study while also immersing you in the systems and theory of digital learning. This program offers online convenience with one required in-person orientation day to get to know your mentors and peers.
Working closely with faculty, you will have the chance to conduct research, produce a dissertation and develop the skills and knowledge you will need to pursue an academic career or top leadership position in business, the military, health care or high tech, wherever there is a need for ongoing learning.
New admissions to the PhD program in Learning, Design, and Technology are temporarily on hold as per a decision made by the UW Board of Trustees. Applications for this program are not being accepted at this time.
How to Apply
Please visit our program admission webpage for more details.
*If you have received a Master's in Science degree in Learning, Design, and Technology from the University of Wyoming, the GRE is not required.
These are just some of the classes you might take as a learning, design and technology Ph.D. student at the University of Wyoming:
View the full doctor of philosophy learning, design and technology concentration degree program curriculum.
The UW Ph.D. degree in learning, design and technology will prepare you for a career as a scholar-teacher in a university setting as well as for leadership roles in higher education, corporations, the military and other organizations.
Learning, Design and Technology Careers
UW learning, design and technology Ph.D. graduates may be employed in the following positions:
Studies show that students who use Michigan Tech’s Learning Centers earn better grades. Some of the best students encounter academic problems because they’ve never had to study before. While high school may have been very easy, you may feel challenged in this new and more rigorous academic environment. Learning Centers, organized by discipline, can help you succeed.
Learning Centers are staffed by students who have been successful in learning academic material. They offer coaching on subjects ranging from differential equations and organic chemistry to writing an essay and getting tips on learning and taking tests.
Most centers offer weekly appointments for long-term improvement, walk-in hours for short-term help with an immediate problem, and team/peer learning.
If you feel as though you’re falling behind in class, or if you’d like to boost your grades, visit a Learning Center.
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Individual tutoring: Xi Sigma Pi honor society will provide virtual tutoring to students in the College of Forest Resources and Environmental Science classes. The tutoring is open to any Michigan Tech student, not just those who are in an CFRES major. Contact Stacy Cotey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 906-487-2953 with questions or for more information.
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Services: Since 1975, the Michigan Tech Writing Center has been offering free, collaborative, peer-to-peer assistance on writing projects of all kinds and at all stages of development, in a warm, welcoming, inclusive, and judgement free environment. Both online and in-person. Writing Center coaches can help with:
Contact Assistant Director, Claire Helakoski at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
See Physics Learning Center webpage to schedule a one-on-one appointment with a physics coach.
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- How much does Get Out And Learn cost?
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- Where can I learn more about ice/street hockey programs?
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- My child does not meet the age requirement for Get Out And Learn (younger than 5/older than 9). What should I do?
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- I registered my child for the Get Out And Learn program, but they are no longer able to participate. Can I cancel my registration?
Yes. Courses must be taken together as a full set of associated courses. However, learning communities leave room for you to take additional classes. You'll select these classes when you meet with your academic advisor during your SLU 101 visit. If you have prior credit for a course or the course does not fit your major academic course plan, you can request an exemption from a learning community course. There are four general reasons that a learning community student may be excused from one or more of their learning community courses.
1) The student has prior credit; advanced placement/dual enrollment/transfer credit.
2) The student has not met a prerequisite for the learning community course.
3) The learning community course conflicts with a requirement for their major; including a course sequence issue (please note: all other learning community course options and scheduling options must be exhausted before an exemption is given to the student).
4) The student is a student-athlete; in the Billiken Success Program; or in the INTO program and has a programming conflict.