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Clark U Launches School of Professional Studies

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

 

Clark University announced the launch of the School of Professional Studies (SPS), which is offering new and innovative graduate courses in topics like cyber security, social media and interpersonal neurobiology. 

“We live in a knowledge-based society where technological development is eliminating low-skill jobs, but creating new, more rewarding positions that also require more education. Data on the return on investment in education and advanced training show a clear earnings differential between an educated workforce over those with less education and fewer skills,” said Associate Dean John Chetro-Szivos.

The school seeks to build upon the practical, effective education that was available from the College of Professional and Continuing Education. 

The SPS programs are designed for mid-career professionals and international students. The program offers graduate programs in public administration, professional communication and information technology. 

“At the School of Professional Studies, the emphasis is on professional. We have recruited top-quality faculty that provide a balance between advanced academic achievement and the practical, real-world knowledge that comes from working in the field you’re teaching,” said Chetro-Szivos.

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