The College Student Personnel Concentration is designed to prepare students for counseling careers in higher education. The program prepares students for entry-level positions in college and university settings and for careers at institutions of higher education throughout the country. Advanced coursework in this concentration includes classes in career and lifestyle development, organization and administration of higher education, and college student development. This program is 45 credit hours and may be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. No special licensing post-degree is required for college student personnel job placement.
Upon completion of the program, students demonstrate:
- Application of a lifespan approach to career and lifestyle development
- The ability to perform career assessment and career guidance
- An understanding of assessment tools used in college counseling centers
- Ability to apply placement procedures for advancement in college career centers
- Knowledge of management principles and practices
Personal characteristics students cultivate in our program include:
- Determination and confidence
- Leadership skills
- Sound decision making skills
- Strong organizational and managerial skills
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Communication and motivational skills
- Familiarity with information technology
College Student Personnel graduates find employment in colleges, universities and other institutions of higher learning working in:
- Admissions-applications and marketing
- Financial aid
- Academic advising, career planning and placement
- Residential Life- student services, student clubs and organizations
- Administration-policies and programs, reports, forms, and documents, transcripts
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Students interested in graduate programs at the University of Bridgeport are welcome to join us for information regarding the application process and program details.
The graduate programs represented will include those in:
- Design Management
- Public and International Affairs
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Join members of the UB community for 2017 UB Faculty Research Day!
Attend this premiere academic event to learn about the diverse array of research undertaken by faculty and assisted by students. Poster presentations will begin the day, followed by a keynote address, “Beyond the Scholarship of Discovery–Opportunities for Academic Research,” delivered by featured speaker Donald H. Sebastian, Ph.D. Further discussion and awards will round out the afternoon.
|9 – 11:15 a.m.||Schelfhaudt Gallery||Coffee and Poster Presentations|
|11:30 – 12:30 a.m.||Littlefield Recital Hall||Keynote Address|
|12:45 – 1:45 p.m.||Littlefield Recital Hall||Multiple Rooms|
|1:45 – 3:45 p.m.||Littlefield Recital Hall||Seed Money Grant Awardees Symposium|
|4 p.m.||Schelfhaudt Gallery||Wine and Cheese Reception and Awards|
Monthly meeting of the University Senate. Senators and Presidential Appointees are invited to attend.
Presented by University of Bridgeport’s Music & Performing Arts Program
Join us for the first University mainstage theater presentation since 1991!
The evening’s presentation will consist of a group of scenes and excerpts, and a short play, Judgment Call by Fred Stoppel, which explores how umpires look at spring training. Other excerpts include brief selections from the works of playwrights Michael McKeever, David Mamet, David Ives and William Seebring.
The cast includes Pedro Ramos, a senior majoring in International Political Economy and Diplomacy; Sung Woo Moraes and Christian Peterson, seniors in Mass Communication; Isaiah Wilson, senior, and Da’Von Lampley, junior, Music; Phebe Cormier, freshman; and Derve Jean, junior, English; Colleen Volpe, junior, Psychology; Atef Abaza, sophomore, Business Administration; Albert Thien, graduate student, Global Media & Communication; Gaelle Vincent, freshman, School of Arts & Sciences; and David Gant, graduate student in Counseling.
The evening is directed by Kate Katcher, Adjunct Professor of Theater, with technical direction by Ian McDonald, Adjunct Professor of Technical Theater. Jacquelyn Sadowsky, a December graduate of the Music program, is the stage manager.
FREE EVENT! FREE PARKING!
Discover our new and growing community of learners dedicated to becoming experts in the field of biology!
- Meet with an admissions representative to learn about our curriculum, teaching assistantships, and application requirements
- Bring unofficial transcripts for evaluation and review
- Discuss internships, resume writing, and interview tips with the Center for Career Development
Sessions begins at 4:30 p.m. Please arrive promptly!
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