Spring 2017 Professional Development Series:
GRD 5530 From Graduate School to the Workforce: Impact of Immigration(1 hr)
What does all this recent talk about immigration mean for you as a graduate student preparing to enter the workforce?
How is immigration impacting our communities and the workplace?
What are the challenges and opportunities to working in a more diverse work setting?
Join the School of Graduate Studies for a 1-hour seminar course to explore these and other questions about immigration and the workforce. At the end of the term, we’ll head to New York City for a weeklong stay at the ASU Loft where we will learn first-hand, how communities and companies are responding to the changing face of America.
Enrolled students will participate in an 8-day NYC Study Away Experience May 21-28, 2017 at the ASU Loft.
Click here for more information on registering for this Spring 2017 seminar series and trip to NYC.
This opportunity is open to both main campus and distance education graduate students. Space limited!
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A graduate degree can:
- Help you get that promotion
- Help you get that job that requires a graduate degree
- Help you be more competitive in the job market
- Help you change professions
- Help you earn more money and achieve greater job security
- Help you pursue a doctoral degree
- Help you fulfill your dreams
Everyone who visits the campus of Appalachian State University immediately notices something special about the campus, the students, the faculty, and staff. This is a campus where graduate students are valued and where everyone is welcomed to be part of the "Appalachian Family." At Appalachian State University, Masters’ Matter!
The Cratis D. Williams School of Graduate Studies offers more than 60 graduate degree and certificate programs to help you achieve whatever goals or dreams you have!