sgoce-blog-logo

 

MBA grad recommends this program to any parent

Posted by Caroline Lanni on August 8, 2022 at 1:52 PM

Tania Raquel Londono-Rivera, '22 received her MBA this past May and her education is not stopping there. She is now currently working as a business manager for a primary care practice in Cape Cod, while also being enrolled in Walden University and starting her first semester online for her doctorate program in Healthcare Administration.

"I'm beyond proud of this achievement. I plan on climbing up the ladder to soon become a CEO or open up my own private care practice. I'm beyond excited for this new journey," said Londono-Rivera.

Fitchburg State has been one of the best universities I have ever attended. It has given me the opportunities to go to school online while being a mom, being a wife, full time worker, and it has been one of the best experiences for me.  I recommend anybody that has children and wants to attend school while working on their own time to go to school. I am so grateful to have been able to graduate this past May. I highly recommend this program to any parent and any person in general," she said.

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR MBA PROGRAMS

Read More

Topics: Alumni

How Fitchburg State's Online MBA let a recent graduate get the job she wanted

Posted by Caroline Lanni on July 22, 2022 at 11:51 AM

Even though Shannon Frechette ‘22 is from Suffield, Connecticut, she chose to attend Fitchburg State. Why? Because of our online MBA's flexibility, which allowed her the ability to also work part-time. 

Read More

Topics: Our Students, mba

2,022 Reasons Why 2022 Is YOUR Year To Go Back To School

Posted by Caroline Lanni on July 12, 2022 at 4:22 PM

Wow... that's a lot of reasons to finish your degree. On second thought, that may be too many reasons, and is sounding more and more like a book.

Read More

Topics: Events, Webinars, information session

Explore Music & Culture from Around the World

Posted by Kimberly McCoy-Blauser on June 8, 2022 at 2:04 PM

Do you love music and wish you had the resources to travel the world experiencing it all first hand? Now you don't have to.

 

This summer, from July 11 through August 14, World Music will be offered online at Fitchburg State. From the comfort of your home, you can experience the culture of Africa, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Spain, Ireland, Latin America, Central Asia, India, China, Japan, and Indonesia.  

Read More

Topics: Programs

Nazi Germany What We Know Now

Posted by Kimberly McCoy-Blauser on June 6, 2022 at 2:31 PM

Do you want to learn more about the turbulent dictatorship in Nazi Germany? Sign up for this one week institute being offered during the upcoming Summer Session B starting July 11.

Since the fall of Nazi Germany, historians have uncovered an enormous amount of information and have advanced many explanations for the rise of the Nazi dictatorship and for its hold over German society and development of radical racist and genocidal policies.

Read More

Topics: Programs

Graduate Commencement Ceremony, May 12, 2022

Posted by Andy Cunningham on May 13, 2022 at 11:55 AM

It was all smiles at last evening's School of Graduate, Online and Continuing Education Commencement Ceremony. Graduates and their families, and friends gathered at the Fitchburg State University Athletics Recreation Center to receive their advanced degrees. If you missed the ceremony, you can watch it in it's entirety on FATV.

Read More

Topics: Programs, Events, Community

School of Graduate Online and Continuing Education Graduate Fair

Posted by Andy Cunningham on April 7, 2022 at 8:30 AM

Our School of Graduate Online and Continuing Education (SGOCE) held a Graduate Fair yesterday in Hammond Hall. Fitchburg State University SGOCE along with local university's graduate school programs, provided this as opportunity for schools to meet the talented students at Fitchburg State University, and connect with potential graduate students. This was an opportunity for our students to learn about graduate school programs, and receive information about the application process.

Read More

Topics: Preparing for College, Advising, Our Students, information session, Programs and Majors

School of Graduate, Online and Continuing Education's Graduate Education Celebration

Posted by Andy Cunningham on April 4, 2022 at 2:04 PM

This morning, Fitchburg State University President Richard Lapidus welcomed those gathered in-person, and virtually, to the first ever School of Graduate, Online and Continuing Education's Graduate Education Celebration. After remarks by Suzanne Ortega, President of the Council of Graduate Schools, who joined remotely, Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Catherine R. Canney  presented the inaugural 2022 Graduate Adjunct Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching to Professor Henry Culver. Then a panel of students, Kondwani Moya, and Kamelia Lechani along with Professors Kyle Moody, and Daneen Deptula talked about the graduate program experience.

Read More

Topics: Advising, Our Faculty, information session, Community

Soon to be graduate reflects on her experience in the Applied Communication graduate program

Posted by Caroline Lanni on March 18, 2022 at 4:03 PM

Mary Schwalm reflects and discusses her experience as she prepares for graduation this May from the School of Graduate, Online, and Continuing Education. 

Learn more about this program here and watch the webinar here.

Read More

Topics: Applied Communication

So you've graduated...now what?

Posted by Kimberly McCoy-Blauser on December 16, 2021 at 1:34 PM

Ok you've graduated. Now what do you do? Read our helpful hints to get started on your plan!

Continue learning. Take a continuing education class.

Learning shouldn’t stop just because you’re not in school anymore. I think that we always have something to learn so I'm a big fan of lifelong learning. Find something that really interests you and figure out ways to learn more about it.

You can further your studies by taking a short course which is not necessarily part of what you majored in at college. For example, if you were a history major but want to pursue a different field, like business or computer science, taking classes gives you a foundation to begin looking for entry-level jobs in that field. 

Read More

Topics: General

Content not found