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									                                        Graduate School Fair
                                          October 4, 2011
                                           1:00 - 3:00pm
                              Student Center Atrium- Keene State College
                                  Sponsored by Academic & Career Advising
                                    www.keene.edu/aca/careerevents.cfm


Antioch University New England, Keene, NH (www.antiochne.edu)
Contact: Ellen Keech (603- 283-2132) (ekeech@antioch.edu)
   • Antioch University New England (AUNE), located in Keene, NH, empowers those who believe that one
      person can make a difference. Committed to sustainability, social justice and innovative academic
      excellence, AUNE helps students integrate practice with theory. All of AUNE’s graduate programs in
      education, environmental studies, psychology and management require that students put their classroom-
      based learning to work solving real-world problems.
   • Founded in 1964, AUNE provides three certificate, nine masters and three doctoral programs for
      approximately 1,000 students. AUNE’s exceptional alumni, over 9,500 strong, hold leadership positions
      throughout New England, the United States and the world.
   • The extraordinary achievements of AUNE graduates shine throughout our community, region, country
      and beyond. Visit our website at www.antiochne.edu to be inspired to action by the profound differences
      they have made in the lives of so many people across the globe.

Franklin Pierce University, Concord, NH (www.franklinpierce.edu)
Contact: Paula Smykil (603-228-1155) (smykilp@franklinpierce.edu)
   • Locations in Portsmouth, Lebanan, Concord + 100% online. Offers graduate programs leading to the
      following degrees: MSN (Leadership Education), MED (Certification, SPED, curriculum & instruction),
      MBA (Leadership, HR, Energy & Sustainability, IT Management), MSITM (IT Management), DPT
      (Physical Therapy), MPA (Physician Assistant Program), DA (Leadership), MBA (Health
      Administration, Sport Management), MED (Elementary Education, Middle/Secondary in Social
      Studies, English or Biology).

Keene State College, Keene, NH (http://sites.keene.edu/gradstudies/)
Contact: Peter Tandy (603-358-2332) (ptandy@keene.edu)
What’s your major?
   • Psychology, sociology, communications, English, all teacher education options and many other majors
      are good foundations for entering the KSC Master of Education: School Counselor degree with State
      certification as a K-12 guidance counselor.
   • The Master of Education: Special Education degree is ideal for students who complete their
      bachelor’s with certification in Early Childhood Ed., Elementary Ed., English, Mathematics, Science,
      Social Studies and Spanish.
   • The Master of Science: Safety and Occupational Health Applied Science degree is ideal for students
      who complete their bachelor’s in “Safety.” Other majors may also be considered for the M.S.
Mount Ida College, Newton, MA (http://msm.mountida.edu)
Contact: Jason Powers (617-928-4573) (graduate@mountida.edu)
   • Mount Ida College’s graduate offerings consist of a Master of Science in Management (M.S.M.) degree,
      a Master of Science in Management for Interior Architecture, and a Master of Science in Management
      with a Concentration in Management and Leadership in Sport.
   • Created as an alternative to a traditional Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) curriculum, which
      typically focused on general principles of business, the innovative M.S.M. program at Mount Ida allows
      students to focus on the specific areas of operations and management that are relevant to their career
      fields. Students leverage their practical experience in the classroom as they develop the knowledge and
      creative ability to succeed in a competitive marketplace.

New England College of Business, Boston, MA (www.necb.edu)
Contact: Joanne Lakin (603- 867-4391) (joanne.lakin@comcast.net)
   • 100% online, regionally accredited, accelerated degree programs: Master’s in Finance, MBA and
      Master’s in Business Ethics and Compliance (developed and exclusively delivered by NECB).

New England College Graduate and Professional Studies, Henniker, NH (www.nec.edu)
Contact: Cristy A. McGuinness (603-428-2252) (CMcGuinness@nec.edu)
   • Degrees:
      Doctorate of Education in K-12 Leadership and Higher Education Administration
      Master of Education and C.A.G.S: School Principal and School District Superintendent
      Teacher Certification
      Master of Science in Accounting-Forensic Accounting
      Master of Science in Health Informatics
      Master of Science in Higher Education Administration
      Master of Science in Human Services
      Master of Science in Management:
          • Healthcare Administration • Marketing Management • Strategic Leadership
          • Banking and Financial Management • Non-Profit Leadership • Operations Management
          • Project Management • Real Estate Management • Sustainability
      Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling
      Master of Science in Sports and Recreation Management: Coaching
      Master of Arts in Professional Writing
      Master of Arts in Public Policy
      Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration
   • New England College, located in Henniker, New Hampshire, is a private, comprehensive college
      offering 32 bachelor and 13 master degree programs in the liberal arts tradition. Ranked by U.S. News
      and World Report in the top tier of baccalaureate colleges in the north, New England College is
      committed to experiential learning that promotes civic engagement and social responsibility. Our
      students find a creative and supportive learning environment that challenges them to transform
      themselves and their world.

Plymouth State University, College of Graduate Studies, Plymouth, NH (www.plymouth.edu/graduate)
Contact: Lynnette Lawrence (603- 535-2636) (forgrad@plymouth.edu)
   • Whether your educational goal is to earn your master’s degree, advance your knowledge with a CAGS,
      embark on a doctoral program, or become a certified educator, Plymouth State University has a range of
      accredited graduate degree and certificate programs to match your personal and professional aspirations.


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Rivier College, School of Graduate Studies, Nashua, NH (www.rivier.edu)
Contact: Mathew Kittredge (603-867-8219) (Gradmissions@rivier.edu)
   • Graduate education at Rivier College provides advanced and specialized professional training beyond
       the baccalaureate degree. Most of the College’s graduate students are practitioners in particular fields
       and bring a wealth of practical knowledge and experience to the classroom.
   •   Graduate programs at Rivier College are innovative and respond to the social, technological, and
       economic changes affecting intellectual and professional life. These programs are effective resources for
       business, social, educational, and cultural development in the region.
   •   Graduate faculty, students, and administrative staff at Rivier College are characterized by their love of
       learning and their ability to develop and apply their knowledge. Through ethical responsibility, they seek
       to be transformative leaders in an era of increasing global interdependence and collaboration.

Simmons College, Boston, MA (www.simmons.edu)
Contact: Christine Williams (KSC Alum) (617-521-2799) (christine.williams@simmons.edu)
   •   Simmons offers degrees in the following areas of study: Archives and Preservation; Behavior Analysis;
       Children’s Literature; Communications Management; Educational Leadership; English; Gender/Cultural
       Studies; Health Care Administration; Health Professions Education; History; Library and Information
       Science; Management; Nursing; Nutrition; Physical Therapy; Public Policy; School Librarianship;
       Social Work; Special Education; Teaching; Writing for Children.

SIT Graduate Institute, Brattleboro, VT (www.sit.edu)
Contact: Jennifer Core (802-258-3506) (Jennifer.core@sit.edu)
   •   SIT Graduate Institute equips students with theoretical knowledge, field experience,
       and professional skills. Programs are based on an experiential learning model and a
       commitment to social justice and intercultural communication.
   •   SIT offers Master of Arts degree programs in Conflict Transformation, International
       Education, Sustainable Development, and Teaching English to Speakers of Other
       Languages (TESOL) on its campuses in Brattleboro, VT and Washington, DC.

Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH (www.snhu.edu)
Contact: Bill Warren (617-872-8262) (w.warren1@snhu.edu)
   •   SNHU is among the leading online programs in New England and offers more than 60 online, accredited
       graduate majors, including more than 20 specialized MBA programs. SNHU degree programs have
       earned GetEducated.com Best Buy and New Hampshire Business Review Best Online Degree and Best
       MBA awards. Earn your degree in as few as 18 months. No GMAT or GRE required.


Union Institute & University, Brattleboro, VT (www.myunion.edu)
Contact: Hanna Thurber (802-257-9411) (Paul.moberly@myunion.edu)
   • Union offers a number of masters and doctoral degree programs via low-residency, small-classroom,
      and online options, including: Master of Arts (Online options); Master of Arts in Counseling
      Psychology; and Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.).



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University of New Hampshire School of Law, Concord, NH (www.law.unh.edu)
Contact: Trish Morris (603-513-5198) (patricia.morris@law.unh.edu)
   •   The University of New Hampshire School of Law, an intimate, innovative law school, is committed to
       developing students who enjoy challenging dialogue from the first moments of orientation, embrace
       practice-based learning, grow through the collegiality of a 14:1 student/faculty ratio, and stand ready to
       join the ranks of alumni who are global leaders in intellectual property, general practice, social justice,
       and commerce and technology.

Walden University Online, Baltimore, MD (www.waldenu.edu/local)
Contact: Kim LaMontagne (603-479-2415) (Kimberly.lamontagne@waldenu.edu)
   •   About the Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
       Walden’s 40-year history of educating educators has created a community of more than 45,000 students
       and alumni who are leaders in their classrooms and schools. As a leading provider of education degrees
       online, the Riley College of Education and Leadership is dedicated to increasing teacher effectiveness
       and student achievement by connecting its students with nationally recognized education experts,
       researchers and scholars. Walden’s programs, while strongly grounded in theory, emphasize practical
       skills and analytical tools educators can immediately use to enhance student learning and outcomes. For
       more information about Walden’s Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership, visit
       www.WaldenU.edu/education.




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