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Argosy University offers many scholarship and grant opportunities for prospective and current students, as well as alumni of our school. Find out if you qualify! Argosy University is a private, accredited, nonprofit institution.
https://www.argosy.edu/affordability/scholarships

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Going back to school online can provide you with the flexibility you need to build your career without sacrificing your social life, job, or money. With all the advances in technology, going back to school is as easy as learning the ABC's!
Argosy University is a private, accredited, nonprofit institution.
https://www.argosy.edu/our-community/blog/6-ways-online-education-can-enhance-your-career

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Discover the wide array of degree programs in allied health offered by the College of Health Sciences at Argosy University! Argosy University is a private, accredited, nonprofit institution.
https://youtu.be/Ltd_MjRBng4

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Earn Your Master’s with Argosy University’s MAP Program

You’re already busy balancing school, life, and work. But you want to earn an advanced degree—directly after completing your bachelor’s program. If you feel that this goal is out of reach, Argosy University’s Master’s Accelerated Plan (MAP) may be able to help. The plan allows you to reduce the number of semesters you need to complete a master’s degree. It works by providing undergraduates with an opportunity to take select graduate-level courses that count both towards bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.

Current Argosy University undergraduate students who’ve completed between 60 and 105 undergraduate credits may apply to MAP. If you’re accepted, you’ll complete and earn a minimum of 12 graduate course credits—credits that apply toward undergrad electives and your chosen master’s degree program. Transfer students may also apply to the program.

MAP is designed with your schedule in mind—it’s a program that helps motivated students to reach career and educational goals in less time. It also provides a glimpse of what graduate school will be like, preparing you for that next step. Achieving credit simultaneously at the bachelor’s and master’s levels can help you to reduce the amount of time that it takes to earn your degree.

As a MAP student, you can have experiences that other undergrads don’t—including networking opportunities, guest speaker lectures, and the ability to work and learn alongside graduate faculty. It’s designed to make learning convenient but still challenging.

Ready to move forward? You’ll need a cumulative grade point average of at least a “B” (3.0) and you must have completed between 60 and 105 undergraduate credits if you’re a current Argosy University student. Then complete a MAP application with the help of Argosy University admissions representatives. Transfer students need to meet these requirements plus university admission requirements and may transfer somewhere between 60 to 90 credits toward a bachelor’s degree program at Argosy University.

Learn more about MAP and how you can get on the fast track to your future by contacting our admissions department today.

MAP is available at the following Argosy University campuses: Northern Virginia, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Inland Empire, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orange County, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco Bay Area, Sarasota, Schaumburg, Tampa, Twin Cities, and Online.

Transfer credit is evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Argosy University offers no guarantee that credit earned at another institution will be accepted into a program of study offered by Argosy University.

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It's Physical Education and Sports Week! Athletes condition their bodies and their minds; with a master's degree in sport-exercise psychology you can positively influence an athlete's performance and well-being. Learn more about this exciting program and call an admissions representative today: 888-924-4264
The Master of Arts in Sport-Exercise Psychology program prepares you to help individuals, coaches, athletes and teams restore or enhance performance.
Why a Master of Arts Degree in Sport-Exercise Psychology?
Do you want to help enrich sports and improve athletic performance? The sport-exercise psychology field uses psychological knowledge and skills to positively influence sports, athletic performance, exercise and physical activity, as well as to enhance general health and well-being. By working to diminish psychological blocks while increasing motivation and focus, you can help others leverage their mental capabilities to improve their physical performance.
Why a Sport-Exercise Psychology Degree at Argosy University?
The Master of Arts in Sport-Exercise Psychology program is designed to educate and train students to function as capable and ethical performance enhancement specialists. The curriculum is designed to provide students with a foundation in applied sport psychology, an understanding of normal and abnormal psychological functioning, and a knowledge base in the physiological, motor, and psychosocial aspects of sport behavior.
Program Details
● A 30-credit hour program offered in a 5-week format that progresses you efficiently toward degree completion
● Argosy University, Atlanta offers a 48-credit hour program that includes 6 credit hours of practicum and practicum seminar
Argosy University is a private, accredited, nonprofit institution.
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Ready to be an leader in education? At Argosy University, the EdD in Educational Leadership program is designed for those students preparing for or enhancing their careers as educational leaders in professional positions. The program of study can help the student to develop the interpersonal skills and professional competencies necessary to be responsive to all facets of a pluralistic society and to effect positive change in the lives of all students. Argosy University is a private, accredited nonprofit institution.
https://www.argosy.edu/education-3/doctor-of-education-in-educational-leadership

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The Histotechnology AAS degree prepares students to work as an integral part of a healthcare team by providing the means to diagnose a variety of medical conditions.
Why an Associate of Applied Science degree in Histotechnology?
For people who are passionate about the health and well-being of patients, but prefer “behind the scenes” to patient contact, a degree in histotechnology could be a great fit. Our program teaches students the technical, critical thinking and teamwork skills they need to be a key part of the healthcare team.
Why a Histotechnology degree at Argosy University?
Under the supervision of our program chair and faculty, who together have over 50 years of experience in the field, students perfect a variety of technical and teamwork skills. Upon graduation, students are eligible to take the American Society for Clinical Psychology (ASCP) Histotechnician Board of Certification exam*.
Students who come to our program with a completed bachelor’s degree with 30 credit hours in biology or chemistry and graduate are eligible to sit for the ASCP Histotechnologist Board of Certification exam*.
Accreditations
● Argosy University is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission.
● The AAS in Histotechnology degree at Argosy University, Dallas and Twin Cities is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for the Clinical Laboratory Sciences.
Argosy University is a private, accredited, nonprofit institution.
https://www.argosy.edu/health-sciences-1/associate-of-applied-science-in-histotechnology
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Interested in learning how to formulate technology and computing solutions to contemporary business challenges? The BS in Information Technology degree program at Argosy University is designed to prepare graduates to seek entry-level employment working with computers, networks and emerging technologies. Gain a broad understanding of the field, and develop specialized knowledge and skills in one of two specialization areas: computer and network security, or web development. Learn more today! Argosy University is a private, accredited, nonprofit institution.
https://www.argosy.edu/arts-and-sciences-65/bachelor-of-science-in-information-technology

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What do you do when it’s cold outside at the Argosy University, Twin Cities campus? Throw an island “staycation” with friends! This is a vibrant campus in Eagan, just 20 minutes from both Minneapolis and St. Paul. This campus offers students a choice of 34 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in a supportive, high-energy academic environment. If you live in the Twin Cities area, visit this fun and inviting campus for a tour.
At Argosy University, Twin Cities, we’re committed to helping you succeed. We don’t enroll students, we enroll graduates. Degree programs range from associate degrees in allied health programs to doctoral degrees in the areas of business and behavioral health.
More than 1,100 students are currently enrolled in 34 degree programs on our beautiful 90,000-square-foot campus. Average class sizes are 15-20 for lectures, 5-8 for undergraduate lab classes, and 5-10 for graduate level courses. More than 8,600 students have graduated from Argosy University, Twin Cities.
Our campus is adjacent to the Eagan Community Center and walking trails, and is across the street from a new shopping and restaurant complex. We’re also minutes away from historic Fort Snelling, the scenic Mississippi River, and the world-famous Mall of America. https://youtu.be/1Hfi42l431M

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