Mount Saint Mary College is offering its final Open House event of the year for all interested students on Sunday, December 3 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
You can register at www.msmc.edu/OpenHouse.
Come see what makes Mount Saint Mary College special. Throughout the event, prospective students and their families will connect with current students; discover the college’s wide variety of majors; learn more about the Mount’s academic programs from professors; learn how to get involved in all aspects of the Mount community and how to create a great college experience; explore how combining service and learning can spark personal growth and change throughout the world; have an opportunity to meet with an admissions counselor to ask questions; and more.
In addition, the college is offering several exciting new programs for incoming students, including:
- Philosophy major: Philosophy majors will investigate the core areas of metaphysics (the study of reality), epistemology (the study of knowledge), ethics, and logic before furthering their studies through advanced courses in one of several defined tracks.
- Theology and Religious Studies major: Students will put into conversation varying topics of scripture, systematics, and spirituality, allowing them to take part in experiential learning: opportunities outside the classroom that include service experience, internships, and retreats.
- New Cybersecurity AAS to BA: Students can now begin their Cybersecurity training at SUNY Orange and finish at the Mount, ultimately yielding a Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity. SUNY Orange students who have completed an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Cybersecurity and have earned grades of C or better in all required courses will be guaranteed admission into the Mount’s Cybersecurity program with full junior status.
- Master of Science in Nursing Education: Nurse educators are in demand, and a Master of Science in Nursing Education will help you grow your skills as both a nurse and an educator. If you’re looking to advance your career and help teach the next generation of nurses in either an academic or healthcare setting, getting a Master of Science in Nursing Education is the way to do it.