Topic: Bachelor’s degree
Clarksville, TN – It’s no surprise to anyone that Austin Peay State University and its athletic department have an impact on the local economy, but until a resent impact study, no one had really been able to truly break it down statically for fans or corporate sponsors.
That changes on Tuesday August 27th at 5:30pm, when the APSU Governors athletic department hosts an event in the Dunn Center for current and future corporate partners with a demonstration of the breakdown of the impact study, as well as the new video boards and tables that will enhance sponsors ability to reach students, fans and alumni.
APSU Governors Stadium.
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Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University ( APSU ) football hires Kyran Weaver, a former defensive coach under Kirby Cannon at Missouri S&T, as the new linebackers coach and the program’s strength and conditioning coordinator.
He replaces Gary Shephard, who retired from coaching earlier this year.
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Clarksville, TN – This fall, Austin Peay State University will offer a new graduate degree that will bring together science and business skills to give students a greater competitive advantage in the workforce. The Professional Science Masters, or PSM, will enable students to pursue advanced training in science or mathematics while developing workplace skills.
The PSM at APSU will be a fully online degree program, allowing students to work on a degree while continuing to hold employment. Students can pursue one of two concentrations – data management and analysis or predictive analytics. Both concentrations are ideal for anyone with a bachelor’s degree, working in industry or military and having a desire to advance their career with a technical degree. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Beginning with the Spring 2013 semester, students at Austin Peay State University will be able to earn their degrees faster so they can seek employment sooner after graduation.
That’s because APSU has launched the new Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree, as well as the 3+1 Bachelor’s to Master’s program. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – In order to work as a professor at a college or university, a person typically needs to have some type of doctoral degree. If that same individual wanted to teach in a public school, a minimum of a bachelor’s degree would be required, though a master’s degree is often preferred.
But, if a position were to open up in a child care center, catering to infants and toddlers, the applicant would only need to be 18 years old and possess a high school diploma. Dr. Linda Sitton, director of the Tennessee Early Childhood Training Alliance at Austin Peay State University, finds that a little distressing. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – This fall, both Austin Peay State University and Volunteer State Community College will offer classes and degree programs at the new Highland Crest Campus in Springfield.
To get new students started, the two schools will hold an Open House Celebration and College Day from 11:00am-7:00pm, Wednesday, June 22nd. A ribbon cutting ceremony, sponsored by the Robertson County Chamber of Commerce, will be held at noon. Lunch and bluegrass music will be provided for future students, guests and the public. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Education doesn’t simply end when the bachelor’s degree is earned. For many, it’s the beginning of something more.
Undergraduate students currently classified as juniors or seniors at Austin Peay State University are encouraged to attend a new event designed to help them decide whether the next step should be graduate school.
APSU will present Graduate Education at Austin Peay from 10:00am-noon, Wednesday, November 10th in the Morgan University Center Ballroom. Brief presentations will kick off the event, with faculty representatives from the University’s graduate degree programs and staff from the financial aid and admissions offices available to answer questions. «Read the rest of this article»
Starting in July 2010, Austin Peay State University will offer a new fee structure for out-of-state students attending online courses exclusively through the institution.
The new fee program is called eRate, approved by the Tennessee Board of Regents. Instead of paying out-of-state tuition rates, which are roughly three times APSU’s in-state rates, eRate recipients will pay a rate that is 1.5 times the in-state tuition rate. Previously, online students living outside Tennessee paid the standard out-of-state rate. «Read the rest of this article»