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Azusa Pacific University to hold information meeting about bachelor’s degrees in psychology and criminal justice

 

Last updated 2/2/2018 at Noon



MURRIETA – Azusa Pacific University is holding two information meetings, Feb. 7-8, for students interested in the School of Education or in earning bachelor’s degrees in psychology and criminal justice.

linkAzusa Pacific University’s Murrieta Regional Campus is hosting a free graduate and credential information meeting 5:45 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 40508 Murrieta Hot Springs Road, for those interested in the School of Education. Attendees will be entered into a raffle.

The School of Education at Azusa Pacific University equips teachers and school counselors for excellence and leadership in educational settings. The information meeting will cover key topics, including program information, admissions requirements, navigating the application process and important dates and deadlines. The meeting is also a great opportunity for prospective students to speak with APU School of Education faculty and advisors.

The Murrieta campus offers a variety of graduate degrees and teaching credentials, including kindergarten through 12th grade combined teaching credentials and master’s degrees, plus the master’s degree in school counseling program.

The School of Education has earned notable accreditations from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission, the Commission on Teacher Credentialing, the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and the National Association of School Psychologists.

The following day, Azusa Pacific University’s Murrieta Regional Campus is hosting another free information meeting, 5:45 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 8, at 40508 Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Murrieta to the right of Sam’s Club, for those interested in beginning or completing their degree in psychology or criminal justice.

The Feb. 8 information meeting will cover program information and admissions requirements. It is an excellent opportunity to hear from and speak with the program directors. A military and veteran education benefits specialist will be available to assist with veterans’ benefits, active duty military benefits and scholarship opportunities. Attendees will be entered into a raffle.

The benefit of attending the Murrieta campus is that students living or working in the Inland Empire can earn a degree from the university locally.

Azusa Pacific University offers degree programs that are not impacted, along with rolling enrollment that allows students to enroll at six different start times throughout the year. Accelerated programs allows students to finish their degree faster, convenient scheduling offers classes just one or two nights per week face-to-face on campus. Classes become a community with fewer students per class, and individuals can connect more closely with their peers and instructors. Tuition discounts are available for qualifying applicants.

Azusa Pacific University participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program; it is a military-friendly school and a “Best for Vets” college.

Azusa Pacific University is a leading Christian university and continues to be recognized annually among the nation’s best colleges by U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review. The Murrieta Regional Center has been a part of southwest Riverside County for over 30 years.

The information meetings are for adults and their guests age 18 or older. To RSVP for either event, email [email protected]. For questions or to RSVP by phone, call (951) 304-3400. To learn more about APU and these programs, visit www.apu.edu/murrieta.

 

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