Fall courses start Aug. 20 and there is still time to enroll
Monday, August 11, 2014
For immediate release – 8/11/14
Director of Communications Rita Elliott, 815-226-3374
Rockford, Ill., – There is still time to enroll for fall courses at Rockford University. Classes begin Wednesday, August 20. Rockford University is a four-year, co-educational institution offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in traditional liberal arts and professional fields. The University offers approximately 80 areas of study and provides diverse programming for students in all levels of education including undergraduate (bachelor’s degree), graduate (master’s level), transfer students and adult accelerated degree completion in management studies (BSMS). Rockford University is also a participant in the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program for veterans.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) programs allow students to take up to four courses before formally enrolling in the program and offer flexible options for working adults. The MAT program offers several certifications and endorsements in areas like special education, reading specialist, instructional strategies and bi-lingual education. There is also a variety of options available to degreed professionals who may wish to enter the teaching profession. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program covers a variety of functional areas including as accounting, economics, finance, management and marketing. Students can choose a concentration in disciplines such as MBA/CPA, public and not-for-profit management, entrepreneurship or management.
Contact the Rockford University Office of Admission at 815-226-4050 or 800-892-2984 for more information about applying for undergraduate classes. You may also apply online by visiting www.rockford.edu and clicking on the homepage "Apply Now" button
Contact the Rockford University Graduate Office at 815-226-4040 today if interested in MBA or MAT courses.
Visit www.rockford.edu for more information.