Sat., 11/9; Sat., 11/16 and Thurs., 12/5/13 Opportunity to learn about new and innovative online master's degrees Over the past two years, the College of Graduate and Innovative Studies at Concordia University Chicago has launched a variety of new online master's programs in exciting program areas. This November and December, prospective students can attend on-campus informational sessions to learn about these programs and their spring 2014 cohorts: MA and Certificate in Gerontology, led by Lydia Manning, PhD MA in Grant Writing, Management and Evaluation, led by Rekha Rajan, PhD MS in Instructional Design and Technology, led by Andrew Tawfik, PhD MA in Leadership, led by Kathryn Hollywood, PhD MA in TESOL for Adult Learners, led by Yurimi Grigsby, PhD To RSVP, please use the form to the right. All degrees available online All degree programs listed above may be taken completely online. The MA in Gerontology may be earned fully online or through a hybrid format, with some online coursework and some on-campus study. Each degree program has cohorts that are now forming for spring 2014, with classes starting on Jan. 13, 2014. The application and file completion deadline is Jan. 6, 2014. About the info sessions The sessions will begin with an overview of Concordia University Chicago and its admission and financial aid process. Following will be a breakout session on each degree program, led by faculty members responsible for each master's degree program. The sessions will be held in the Christopher Center (CC, number 6 on the campus map) and the Krentz Center (KZ, number 17 on the campus map). Sat., Nov. 9, 2013, from 1–3 pm Introduction and Overview of Admissions and Financial Aid (CC 200) MA in Grant Writing, Management and Evaluation (CC 263) MS in Instructional Design and Technology (CC 268) Sat., Nov. 16, 2013, from 1–3 pm Introduction and Overview of Admissions and Financial Aid (CC 200) MA and Certificate in Gerontology (CC 286) MA in Leadership (CC 365) MA in TESOL for Adult Learners (CC 268) Thurs., Dec. 5, 2013, from 7–9 pm Introduction and Overview of Admissions and Financial Aid (KZ 120) MA and Certificate in Gerontology (KZ 104) MA in Grant Writing, Management and Evaluation (KZ 256) MS in Instructional Design and Technology (KZ 120) MA in Leadership (CC 365) MA in TESOL for Adult Learners (KZ 156) Refreshments and snacks will be served. Parking is available in the university parking structure located on Bonnie Brae Street. Limited street parking is also available on Bonnie Brae and Division Streets. If you have questions, please contact John Whitman at (708) 209-3231 or firstname.lastname@example.org.