Missouri State is taking applications for the upcoming fall 2018 M.S. in Counseling cohort offered, in its entirety, on the West Plains campus. The program is accredited by the CACREP (Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs). Classes are taught by university faculty on-campus and online. Students may complete their practicum on the West Plains campus. Internships may also be available in the West Plains area.
Application deadline is January 15, 2018. Classes are offered in Gohn Hall on the MSU-West Plains campus.
Contact person: Deanna Smith, Regional Outreach Administrator – Southeast Region, at 417-255-7931 or DeannaSmith@MissouriState.edu
Area residents can learn more about the new Bachelor of Science in Criminology degree program that will be offered locally beginning this fall at a free informational session from 5:30 to 7 p.m. March 31 in room 202 of the Lybyer Technology Center on the Missouri State University-West Plains campus.
The new program will be offered through the Missouri State University Outreach program on the West Plains campus, according to Outreach Coordinator Deanna Smith. Those who attend the session will receive information about program eligibility and how to apply, she said.
“This is an exciting new degree program which incorporates cutting edge topics with flexible course delivery formats to prepare students for a dynamic career in areas such as criminal justice, law enforcement, juvenile justice, victims’ services and institutional corrections, to name a few,” Smith said. “Advisers will assist students with course pre-requisite information and develop a pathway to degree completion.”
The degree program will be offered at Missouri State-West Plains through a variety of delivery methods in a full-time rotation of 12 hours each fall and spring semester.
Pizza and drinks will be available for those who attend, Smith said.
Area residents interested in this career field are encouraged to attend and learn more about this exciting opportunity.
For more information about the Bachelor of Science in Criminology degree program, visitwww.missouristate.edu/wpCRM or call Smith at 417-255-7931.
WEST PLAINS, Mo. – “What’s Going on in Gohn Hall” will be the topic of the next Friends of the Garnett Library monthly luncheon meeting Friday, March 14, on the Missouri State University-West Plains campus.
The luncheon and meeting will take place from noon to 1 p.m. room 109 of Gohn Hall, 603 W. Main St. Parking is available in the lot on the north side of the building and in the Lybyer Technology Center parking lot.
Deanna Smith, coordinator of Missouri State University’s Outreach Program on the Missouri State-West Plains campus, will be the guest speaker. She will discuss the various bachelor’s and master’s degree programs offered locally in Gohn Hall by Missouri State Outreach, and representatives of the Teacher Education Completion Program will discuss details about the various teaching degrees available locally.
Cost of the meal is $10 payable at the door. Those wishing to eat are asked to make a reservation by calling 417-255-7940 or e-mailing FriendsofGarnettLibrary@MissouriState.edu by Tuesday, March 11.
For more information about Friends of the Garnett Library, visit the organization’s website, wp.missouristate.edu/development/FriendsHomepage.htm or call 417-255-7940.
Ozarks Medical Center, in West Plains, is now providing scholarship opportunities for students pursing degrees in health related fields to include the Master’s of Social Work, which may be earned through Missouri State Outreach in West Plains. Deanna Smith, Outreach Coordinator, has scholarship applications available in her office, on the MSU-West Plains Campus, in Gohn Hall, room 101. The deadline to apply is June 1, 2014. Completed applications should be returned to Ozarks Medical Center, Human Resource Department, 1100 Kentucky Ave., P.O. Box 1100, West Plains, MO 65775.