Park University is ready to welcome new and returning students -- at the flagship Parkville Campus, online and at 38 other campus centers across the country -- as a new academic school year quickly approaches.
Park serves traditional and non-traditional students in day, weekend and evening programs. Classes at Park's campus centers across the country and online are offered in traditional 16-week, as well as accelerated 8-week sessions. The first day of fall classes is Monday, Aug. 20.
One of Park's degrees growing in popularity is the Bachelor of Public Administration degree within the Hauptmann School of Public Affairs. The degree now is offered in five areas of emphasis, including business relations, criminal justice, fire service management, homeland security and public service. Courses are offered in an 8-week accelerated, face-to-face format at Park's Downtown Kansas City, Mo., Campus Center, Fort Bliss (Texas) Campus Center and online.
Park's newest degree offerings include the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Completion Program within Park's Ellen Finley Earhart Nursing Program and the Bachelor of Science in Fitness and Wellness. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Completion Program is designed to provide a flexible format with the busy registered nurse at heart, while the Bachelor of Science in Fitness and Wellness introduces students to basic principles that assist and motivate them to reach their optimal fitness and wellness potential while leading others to an overall healthful lifestyle.
Park University, founded in 1875, has a history of giving students from diverse backgrounds access to an affordable, private university education. From arts and science to business and education programs, Park offers a variety of accredited undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Park's School for Graduate and Professional Studies is based in downtown Kansas City, Mo., and includes programs such as Master of Business Administration and Master of Healthcare Leadership degrees.
For more information about admissions, visit www.park.edu/admissions, call (816) 746-2520 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.