Want to learn even more about graduate and professional school programs? Be sure to check out one of these information sessions!

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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

5:00 PM – 5:50PM

Graduate Programs in Accounting and Business
Palamountain 201
Have you ever been interested in working in public accounting? Don’t have an accounting degree? No problem! Come learn about the world of public accounting at our Careers in Accounting information session.

The information session is sponsored by Northeastern University’s Graduate School of Professional Accounting in Boston. Northeastern’ s MSA/MBA program is a stepping stone into the world of public accounting for those who do not have accounting experience. This full-time, 15-month program begins each year in June. You will complete a three-month paid residency from January through March at a regional, national, or Big Four accounting firm. Historically, 99% of our MSA/MBA students have been offered full-time employment from the firms where they completed their residencies.

Education and Psychology…Careers as a Professional Teacher, Counselor, or Administrator
Ladd 206
Presented by Fordham University and Shannon Rodriquez, Associate Director of the Career Development Center. Sponsored by the Career Development Center, the Psychology Department, and the Education Studies Department.

Letters from Law School, Panel
Dana 240
Presented by Boston College Law School and Pace Law School. Sponsored by the Career Development Center and the Pre-Law Society.

6:00 PM  – 7:00 PM

Chiropractic as a Career: Perspectives from Gilbert Rodriguez ’07
Dana 240
Presented by alum Gilbert Rodriguez ’07 and New York Chiropractic College. Sponsored by the Career Development Center, the Opportunity Program, the Pre-Health Club and the Health Professions Advisory Committee (HPAC).

6:15 PM – 7:15 PM

Inside Public Health and the Medical Professions
Dana 241
Presented by Tufts School of Medicine and Columbia University. Sponsored by the Career Development Center, the Pre-Health Club, and the Health Professions Advisory Committee (HPAC).