NEWBURGH — Mount Saint Mary College is hosting several virtual academic information sessions this month for students interested in attending the college in the fall.
The session are for students considering the college’s Business, Natural Sciences, or Mathematics and IT programs, as well as students who don’t yet know which major to pursue. The free events will take place via Zoom.
Mathematics, Information Technology, and Cybersecurity Academic Info Session 6-7 p.m. Feb. 23. Registration: https://go.msmc.edu/register/mathIT
Learn about the college’s robust Math and IT opportunities, including Cybersecurity. Offered as both an IT concentration and major, the Mount’s Cybersecurity program provides theoretical and hands-on skills to identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities in software, operating systems, networks, and more. A major or concentration in Cybersecurity at the Mount can lead to careers in technology, security software, defense, government, teaching, e-commerce, banking, finance, business, and more.
Undeclared Academic Information Session 6-7 p.m. Feb. 24. Registration: https://go.msmc.edu/register/undeclared
This information session is for students who want to start college but are not sure what to major in. At the Mount, these students will have time to explore their options while enjoying small class sizes and the aid of a dedicated academic coach from the Office of Student Success, who will walk them through them journey, suggesting courses and keeping them on track for success.
Business Academic Session 6-7 p.m. Feb. 25. Registration: https://go.msmc.edu/register/business
The Mount’s innovative Business program offers a variety of majors and concentrations, as well as opportunities for exclusive behind-the-scenes tours at corporate operations, and incredible internships and global opportunities. But what sets the Mount apart is the college’s dedication to service and community: Mount Business students assist nonprofits with their operations and events through our Medici Scholars program, volunteer as tax preparers for the elderly and underprivileged, create business plans for local small business, and more.
Natural Science Academic Session 6-7 p.m. Feb. 25. Registration: https://go.msmc.edu/register/naturalscience
Courses from Earth Science to Organic Chemistry, taught by the Mount’s expert faculty, are the backbone of the Mount’s strong degree programs in the Natural Sciences. They also prepare students for graduate study, including physician assistant, medical, veterinary, and dental school, or for careers in industry or education.