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Educational Partners

M.B.A. through DeSales University

In spring 2010, Immaculata University entered into an agreement with DeSales University to offer its M.B.A. here on our Chester County campus. Residents of the area will have the opportunity to study in a state of the art executive classroom with highly qualified business practitioners from local industries. The DeSales curriculum is diverse, practice-based and solidly grounded in the ethical principles that made Immaculata and DeSales such ideal partners.

For specific information about curriculum requirements and application procedures, please visit www.desales.edu/mba or call 215-361-3465.

Clinical Research Monitoring and Coordination

Upon completion of this distance learning course, you will have the training to participate in the clinical research drug trial process. This course is offered in conjunction with Applied Quality Solutions.  If you have additional questions about the course content, please contact appliedqualitysolutions@yahoo.com  To register, please contact Shelley Neiner at 484-323-3212 or e-mail sneiner@immaculata.edu. To see more information about the Clinical Research Monitoring and Coordination course, click here.

Knowledge Delivery Systems (KDS)

In partnership with the College of Graduate Studies, KDS provides dynamic, online professional development courses for K-12 teachers who wish to earn CEUs, in-service or graduate credit. Courses may be applied toward state license recertification, career advancement or salary increase (specific school district policies apply.)  KDS specializes in timely content in areas such as differentiated instruction, classroom management and special education. For more information, call Sueann Robbins at 484-323-3223 or e-mail srobbins@immaculata.edu.

The Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge

The Freedoms Foundation is dedicated to helping students, teachers, and citizens gain a greater awareness and appreciation of the principles of a free and democratic society. Individuals can earn from one to three semester hours of Immaculata University graduate credit by successfully completing any of the workshops presented by the Freedoms Foundation. For more information on specific workshops offered, please refer to the most current Graduate Course Guide.

Whale Camp for Teachers

The Whale Camp is a personally and professionally enriching experience that allows students to earn up to three Immaculata University graduate credits. Through direct observation, scientific data collection and hands-on experience with marine science equipment, the Whale Camp is a place where exploration, inspiration and learning abound. For additional information regarding costs, registration, course descriptions, etc., please contact 610-399-1463.

 

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