Fall 2020: Master’s-level Course Highlights
During the 2020 Fall Term, we are excited to offer a range of flexible, six-week graduate courses! This format allows students to more comfortably enroll in two courses during the term; one course is offered during the first six-week session, followed by a course offered during the second six-week session.
Available to current students, prospective students, and others seeking professional development, these courses offer an excellent opportunity to support your personal, professional, and educational goals.
The courses offered are requirements for a range of master’s degree programs and graduate certificates.
FIRST SESSION | 6-Week Courses (9/21 – 10/30)
INST 803 Foundations of Program Planning and Evaluation
INST 805 Foundations of Adult Learning Theory
LD 820 Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities
LD 822 Maximizing your Organization’s Potential (online course with weekly virtual meetings)
SECOND SESSION | 6-Week Courses (11/2 – 12/11)
INST 807 Foundations of Finance, Contracts, and Legal Issues
INST 823 Program Planning and Evaluation: Project
LD 823 Emergence of a Strategic Leader
Proof of bachelor’s degree completion in the form of either: a copy of your bachelor’s degree diploma, an unofficial copy of your bachelor’s degree transcript, or an official bachelor’s degree transcript (must be sealed).
July 14: Registration Opens
August 28: Preferred Deadline for financial aid and admission applications
September 9: Registration and payment due date
- Current graduate students can register online in WebROCK.
- New students can request info online to get started: info.granite.edu/masters
- Just trying a course? Complete a course registration form