Graduate Programs

Blogs from students, faculty & staff

Alumni Interview: Michele Cook

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Educators come in all shapes and sizes, and at various levels of higher education. Some of our best teachers and education professionals have just one degree from their institution of choice, while others, mostly those serving as or looking to become superintendents or other administrators, have multiple. Take Michele Cook, EdS, EdD, of Williamston Community

Be a lifelong learner and pursue your passions with Carla Beasley

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Carla Beasley, Senior, Project Management – Macy’s, East Region. Today we talked about her own educational journey leading her from receiving her Bachelors degree from the University of Michigan-Flint to getting two Masters degrees from both the University of Michigan and the

What are the potential benefits of attending graduate school?

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Graduate school is a significant investment of time, money, and effort, but the potential benefits can be substantial. Here are some potential benefits of attending graduate school: In conclusion, attending graduate school can provide numerous potential benefits, including career advancement, specialized knowledge, networking opportunities, increased earning potential, personal growth, research opportunities, and credentials. However, it’s

The investment you put in yourself pays off with Al Perry

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Al Perry, Athletics Director at Mott Community College and Executive Administrator of the Michigan Community College Athletic Association. Today we talked about his own educational journey, receiving his Bachelors and Masters degrees at the University of Michigan-Flint. Al talks about how his education

What is the graduate school experience like?

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Graduate school is a unique and challenging experience that is different from undergraduate education. The following are some common aspects of the graduate school experience: In conclusion, the graduate school experience is more focused, independent, collaborative, and challenging than undergraduate education. It requires students to take on more responsibility, develop professional skills, and be self-motivated.

Graduating Student Spotlight – Chezlynn Chinavare

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It’s time once again to say goodbye to, and send our well wishes to another graduating student! This week, we’re highlighting Master of Science in Nursing student, Chezlynn Chinavare! Thank you for studying with us, Chezlynn, and we hope that your next steps will be full of opportunities! Congratulations on graduating soon — here’s a

What are the admission requirements that you will find when applying to graduate programs?

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Admission requirements for graduate programs can vary depending on the institution, program, and field of study. However, there are some common requirements that most graduate programs require. Here are some of the most common admission requirements for graduate programs: In conclusion, admission requirements for graduate programs can vary depending on the program and field of

Graduating Student Spotlight– James DeVriendt

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It’s a bittersweet (but mostly sweet) time of year– time to say goodbye to some of our wonderful grad students! Starting today, the Office of Graduate Programs will be highlighting some of our graduating students, and wishing them well on their journey! Today’s graduate is James DeVriendt, studying Health Care Management, and graduating this summer!