JUNE 18, 2015

CityU Newsletter June 2015

CityU Newsletter June 2015

CityU Now Offers a Doctor of Business Administration

Beginning this fall, CityU will offer an online Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) that focuses on organization interventional thinking, agile business practices, leadership, and critical thinking, allowing students to develop specialized business knowledge in an area of their choice. Students in the program will be supported through Professor Live Chat and a highly interactive teaching model, which includes one hour per week of lecture and live chat. The DBA program is ideal for experienced business leaders who what to build on existing knowledge to achieve professional goals. Read more…

Student Profile: Jessica Verboomen, Bachelor of Arts in Human Services

Jessica Verboomen found her perfect fit at CityU. With an associate degree in human services, and years of experience in the chemical dependency workforce, Jessica pursued a Bachelor of Arts in Human Services to grow her career and develop a broader reach. Through the internship portion of the program, she worked at a student support service agency and was subsequently hired on full time. Congratulations to Jessica who will receive her diploma this summer! Read more…

CityU Has a New Bookstore!

Always striving to improve services to our students, CityU now provides course textbooks and resources through University Book Store, which is headquartered in the University District of Seattle and has branches throughout the Puget Sound area. This new partnership offers students, faculty and staff multiple ways to save on course materials. Read more…

Leading Advancement of Sanford Education Programs in Northwest

CityU now leads the Pacific Northwest advancement of two research-based PreK-12 education programs – the Sanford Harmony Program and the Sanford Inspire Program – overseen by National University’s Sanford Education Center. Joining other universities and higher education institutions throughout the U.S., CityU is part of the Sanford Education Collaborative dedicated to furthering these two educational initiatives in classrooms around the nation. Read more…

Student Profile: Christa Rubadue, Bachelor of Science in Information Systems

Christa Rubadue has been gearing up for graduation this week and is planning to use her Bachelor of Science in Information Systems to pursue a career in software/development. Not only did CityU’s flexibility and online courses allow Christa to finish up her degree while keeping her day job, but she also discovered a new passion for developing mobile apps. Congrats to Christa for all her hard work – along with the rest of CityU’s Class of 2015! Read more…

July 1 Deadline for Fall Housing – Apply Today!

Students who want to move into CityU’s residence hall this September for the start of the fall quarter must submit an application by July 1. Four floors within the brand new Cornish Commons residence hall are dedicated to CityU students where they’ll be able to live, work and study in the heart of Seattle. Students who apply early are given priority to choose who they want to live with and whether they want to live in a single, double or triple room. Read more…
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