Virtual Graduate Learning Opportunities
In these challenging times due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are adjusting to this new normal by making more information available to you virtually. As you consider your next steps for graduate school, we hope these videos and session recordings are helpful in learning a little more about graduate studies at RWU. Please check back periodically as we will continue to add new content as it becomes available.
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|M.S. Criminal Justice Program Virtual Session (5-11-20)|
Learn more about the M.S. Criminal Justice program at Roger Williams University at this informative webinar. Hear more about the curriculum, the admission process, financial aid, and more.
|M.A. Special Education Program Virtual Session (4-14-20)|
Learn more about the M.A. Special Education program at Roger Williams University at this informative webinar. Hear more about the curriculum, field placements, the admission process, financial aid, and more.
|Full-Time Graduate Programs Information Session (4-8-20)|
Covers each of the graduate programs that can be pursued full-time at RWU. Attendees were largely interested in the Architecture, Forensic & Legal Psychology, and Forensic Mental Health Counseling programs, so extra emphasis was placed on these programs.
|One-Year M.B.A. Information Session (3-18-20)|
Hear more about the one-year M.B.A. program offered at RWU's Providence Campus.
|School of Architecture, Art, and Historic Preservation Graduate Programs Session (12-10-19)|
Includes the Master of Architecture (M.Arch), M.S. in Preservation Practices, the Preservation Practices graduate certificate, and the Urban & Regional Planning graduate certificate
|Forensic Psychology Programs Information Session (1-8-20)|
Includes the M.A. in Forensic & Legal Psychology and the M.A. in Forensic Mental Health Counseling
|Pathways to Forensic & Legal Psychology Session (12-8-19)|
This session provides an overview of the forensic & legal psychology field, potential jobs, educational pathways, tips for the graduate school application process, financial aid, and more.
|J.D./Master's Dual Degree Information Session (3-18-20)|
Includes the J.D. dual degree program offerings in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity, and Preservation Practices
|Part-Time Graduate Programs Information Session (12-12-19)|
Includes Construction Management, Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity, Leadership, and Public Administration
|A Campus Tour during COVID-19|
This is a first-person tour of the RWU Main Campus in Bristol, RI, on March 26, 2020, by our Director of Graduate Admission, Marcus Hanscom. While we are no longer offering in-person tours on campus and our students and faculty are remote due to COVID-19, we hope this is a helpful resource for students who have yet to visit campus.
|School of Architecture, Art, & Historic Preservation Tour during COVID-19|
Take an informal tour with School of Architecture, Art, & Historic Preservation Dean Steve White around the SAAHP Building on March 21, 2020. This was the last in-person graduate student tour we provided after the campus closed due to COVID-19.
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