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Continuing and Distance Education

Information Sessions and Webinars

Evening Degree Information Sessions provide prospective students with the opportunity to visit campus and learn about BSU’s ten evening degree programs, attending Bridgewater as an evening student and the admissions and transfer process from BSU staff. Participants are encouraged to bring questions for the question and answer portion of the event. The session usually lasts one hour.

BSU Transfer Nights take place a few weeks prior to the start of the fall and spring semesters. We offer on-the-spot admission into our evening degree programs. Or, if not ready to apply, representatives from BSU’s Transfer Services office and Continuing and Distance Education office are available to answer questions.

Webinars provide prospective students with the ability to learn more about BSU’s ten evening degree programs virtually. Our Webinars are very similar to the Evening Degree Information Session but conveniently offered online.

Date: Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Time: 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Location: Dunn Conference Suite
RSVP:  Call 508-531-2788 or email continuinged@bridgew.edu

Start at BSU in Fall 2014: Don't delay that decision about returning to school any longer.

Get instant admission into an evening degree program with On-the-Spot admission*. Just meet the transfer admission requirements and bring the material listed below.

Speed up the process

Start the process by filling out the online evening student application. Click here to access the application. Choose the evening student option from the list and click on the Apply Online button.

Why Wait?

You don't need to wait for BSU Transfer Night to apply for admission into an evening degree program for Fall 2014. You can start the process today. Click here to access the application. Choose the evening student option from the list and click on the Apply Online button.

Not sure if you’re ready to apply? That’s okay. Drop by Transfer Night and speak with our staff about evening and online courses or transferring to BSU. Transfer Night is open to anyone interested in learning more about BSU undergraduate evening degree programs and classes.

If you are interested in graduate programs or post-baccalaureate licensure, please contact the BSU College of Graduate Studies.

*What you will need for the On-the-Spot admissions process:
  • An official transcript from every college/university you have attended
  • Grade Point Average of at least 2.0 if you have earned 24 college credits or more
  • Grade Point Average of at least 2.5 if you have earned between 12 to 23 college credits
  • Check for $40 for the admissions application fee

Please note: On-the-Spot Admissions is restricted to prospective undergraduate students who expect to attend as an evening commuter student. It is not intended for individuals interested in living on campus as a resident day student.

If you are interested in graduate programs or post-baccalaureate licensure, please contact the BSU College of Graduate Studies.

Undergraduate Evening Degree Programs
Accounting/Finance
Art
Communication Studies
Criminal Justice
Economics
English
Management
Psychology
Sociology
Special Education

Tell us you're coming

Either call us at 508-531-2788 or click here to send us an email

Parking: Follow the signs to the Moakley Center parking lot. From there, we'll help direct you to the Dunn Conference Center.

Directions: Click here for directions to Bridgewater State University.(Please note: If you are using a GPS device, please use 99 Burrill Avenue, Bridgewater, MA. The Moakley Center parking lot is located on the east side of the campus while Bridgewater's main address is located on the west side of campus.)

Questions?

Call us at 508-531-2788 or send us an email at continuinged@bridgew.edu.

New Evening Special Education BSE degree program

Bridgewater State University will offer the Special Education, Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities (PreK-8 or 5-12), BSE*, as an evening degree program beginning with the Fall 2014 semester.

Special Information Session
Learn more about the program at an Information Session on Tuesday, June 10, at 5 pm in the Dunn Conference Suite on the east side of the Bridgewater State University campus. At this session, you will learn about the Special Education, Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities (PreK-8 or 5-12), BSE* program, the admissions process and transferring credits to BSU. Click here to RSVP today!

BSU’s nationally recognized programs produce graduates who are in high demand because of the depth and breadth of their knowledge. The university holds the highest national ranking available (Title II first quartile) and is accredited by NCATE (the U.S. Department of Education-recognized teacher education accrediting agency).

*Note: **Students in this program will be required to complete fieldwork and student teaching during day hours; see BSU Catalog for requirements.

Read about the program requirements of the Special Education, Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities (PreK-8 or 5-12), BSE program in our university catalog. more+

Information Session details

A brief presentation by representatives from BSU's Continuing and Distance Education Program, the BSU Transfer Services Office and a faculty member from the Special Education department. A question and answer session will follow.

What to Expect?

A casual, stress-free environment where you will learn about Bridgewater, how to apply, information about transferring your college credits, and details about college.

What do you need to bring?

Yourself and questions (Is BSU the right match? How do I apply? Do old credits transfer?). Feel free to bring a friend or family member along.

Tell us you're coming

Either call us at 508-531-2788 or click here to send us an email

Where do you park?

Follow the signs to the Moakley Center parking lot.

Click here for directions to Bridgewater State University.(Please note: If you are using a GPS device, please use 99 Burrill Avenue, Bridgewater, MA. The Moakley Center parking lot is located on the east side of the campus while Bridgewater's main address is located on the west side of campus.)

More questions?

Call us at 508-531-2788 or send us an email at continuinged@bridgew.edu.

 
 

 

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RSVP: Call 508-531-2788 or email continuinged@bridgew.edu

Waiting for the RIGHT time to finish college?

The right time is now. Don't wait any longer to return to college. Attend an information session and learn how to get started. The economy is changing. The world is changing. The job market is changing. Get to Bridgewater State University to see how we can help you change your life by earning your bachelor's degree at night.

Employ the flexibility of evening and online classes to finish your degree. Attend full time or part time. Join the ranks of the countless number of students who have taken that first step to return to college.

What to Expect?

A casual, stress-free environment where you will learn about Bridgewater, how to apply, information about transferring your college credits, and details about college.

What do you need to bring?

Yourself and questions (Is BSU the right match? How do I apply? Do old credits transfer?). Feel free to bring a friend or family member along.

Tell us you're coming

Either call us at 508-531-2788 or click here to send us an email 

Where do you park?

Follow the signs to the Moakley Center parking lot.

Click here for directions to Bridgewater State University.(Please note: If you are using a GPS device, please use 99 Burrill Avenue, Bridgewater, MA. The Moakley Center parking lot is located on the east side of the campus while Bridgewater's main address is located on the west side of campus.)

More questions?

Call us at 508-531-2788 or send us an email at continuinged@bridgew.edu.

Date: Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Time: 6 pm
Click here to register

BSU's Evening Program is bringing the convenience of our Evening Degree Information session to a computer, tablet or mobile device near you. Learn about BSU’s ten undergraduate evening degree programs, the admissions and transfer process and more.

What's a Webinar? It's a seminar delivered via the web through a video and audio presentation. Viewers may submit questions and comments by text during the presentation.

We will cover:

  • BSU's evening offerings
  • Characteristics of evening students
  • Facts and figures about BSU
  • BSU Evening Admissions process
  • Transfer Tips