Charter Oak State College to Hold Graduate Open House November 30

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Learn more about the online Master of Science in Organizational Effectiveness and Leadership!

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Charter Oak State College, Connecticut’s public online college, will hold an Open House event for its online Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Effectiveness graduate degree program on Wednesday, November 30, 2016. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Program begins at 6:00 p.m. The event will take place at the College’s administrative offices, located at 55 Paul Manafort Drive in New Britain, CT. R.S.V.P to gradadmissions@charteroak.edu.

In addition to having questions answered, prospective students will:

  • Participate in an interactive presentation about the M.S. in Organizational Effectiveness and Leadership with the program’s director, Thomas Barron.
  • Learn more about Charter Oak and the Graduate Admissions process from the Director of Enrollment Services, Lori Gagne Pendleton.
  • Network with Local Business & HR Leaders
  • Chat with current students in the Graduate program

The Master of Science in Organizational Effectiveness and Leadership program is an 11-course, 33 credit program offering two tracks – Business and Non-Profit. The course is designed to enhance leadership skills that are relevant to a variety of industries including but not limited to business, health care, non-profits, public safety and others.

Questions? Email gradadmissions(at)charteroak(dot)edu.

About Charter Oak State College
Founded in 1973, Charter Oak State College (http://www.CharterOak.edu) is Connecticut’s only public online college, offering associate and bachelor’s degree completion programs in high-demand fields including Health Information Management, Health Care Administration, Cyber Security and Business Administration. The College offers a Master of Science in Organizational Effectiveness and Leadership. Charter Oak is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and governed by Connecticut’s Board of Regents for Higher Education.

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