BOZEMAN—Montana State University will host an online info session on June 17 from 1-1:30 p.m. about its new professional certificate program for architects and those in related fields, such as interior design, landscape architecture, engineering and construction.
The nine-month, 15-credit certificate is offered online and is designed to help professionals advance their careers and organizations by learning practical business skills such as leadership, finance, contracts, and marketing, as well as visionary thinking for the contemporary architectural practice environment.
MSU School of Architecture faculty will share their vision for the program, thoughts on creative uses for the architect's skill set and ideas for thriving in the constantly changing architectural environment.
Potential students will also learn about the coursework, application requirements and deadlines, tuition, financial aid and other details. The webinar will be recorded for those who can't attend the live event.
To participate, visit http://montana.adobeconnect.com/architecture/ An Internet connection (preferably broadband) and browser are needed, although no special software is required. Participants are encouraged to log in ahead of time to make sure all browser plug-ins are up to date.
Pre-registration is not required. However, the first 10 students to RSVP and attend the webinar will receive an MSU Bobcats t-shirt. To RSVP or for more information, contact Lisa Brown with MSU Extended University at (406) 994-3062, email@example.com
For the full description of the certificate program, visit http://eu.montana.edu/online/degrees/architecture.
Contact: Lisa Brown, MSU Extended University, (406) 994-3062, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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