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Bachelor of Arts Completion Info Session

April  12, 2014
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

 

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Bachelor of Arts Completion Info Session

Exploring the Bachelor's Degree Completion Program: An Experiential Workshop for Prospective Students

What Is a Cohort?: A Mock Cohort Session for Prospective Undergraduate Students

In this two-hour interactive workshop, participants will have a hands-on opportunity to get a glimpse into the BA Completion Program and what makes our program unique.  We will simulate a cohort learning community as we engage with questions such as: What does it mean to learn in community?  What does an integral, interdisciplinary education mean?  The workshop will be co-facilitated by faculty members Isabel Garcia-Gonzales and Jessa Berkner, who is also a graduate of the BAC Program.

This session is now full. Please consider attending one of our other upcoming information sessions.

Room 560, California Institute of Integral Studies, 1453 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103

 
 

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Serving adult learners who have completed the equivalent of the first two years of college, the CIIS bachelor's completion degree is designed to complement busy lifestyles. Since 2000, this program has graduated 68 percent of its students within one year of enrollment. The core curriculum in the School of Undergraduate Studies evolves each semester according to our students, faculty, contemporary culture and emerging scholarship. In the core curriculum, students work together in a cohort, or a group of peers over the three-semester sequence.