Join Us for a Virtual Open House for Graduate Programs, November 17 @ 5:30 PM EST; Attendees Apply FREE at the event

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Charter Oak State College, Connecticut's public online college, will be hosting a Virtual Open House for its Graduate Division programs. The Open House will take place on November 17 @ 5:30 PM EST and attendees can apply FREE to the College's Graduate programs at the event. Visit to RSVP.

Charter Oak State College is Connecticut's Public Online College.

Calling all leaders or aspiring leaders! Charter Oak State College, Connecticut's public online College, will host a virtual Open House for its Graduate Division programs on Wed., November 17 @ 5:30 PM EST. All individuals interested in elevating their career paths by completing a Graduate degree are invited to attend. Please RSVP at

The event will include Program Directors from the College's M.S. Organizational Effectiveness and Leadership program and M.S. Health Informatics and M.S. Health Care Administration program. All three degree programs are online and led and taught by credentialed experts in the field of business, healthcare and healthcare coding.

The Program Directors will be joined by Admissions Directors who will guide participants through the Admissions requirements, costs to attend and provide a program overview. Charter Oak State College Graduate Division programs do not require GRE/entrance exams.

Attendees of the Open House can apply to any of the three Graduate programs FREE.

For more information and to RSVP please visit

Founded in 1973, Charter Oak State College ( is Connecticut’s public online college, offering associate and bachelor’s degrees in high-demand fields including Health Information Management, Nursing, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education and Business Administration. The College offers master’s degrees in Health Informatics, Health Care Administration and Organizational Effectiveness and Leadership. Charter Oak is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education and governed by Connecticut’s Board of Regents for Higher Education.

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