Graduate Open House, February 10

You can transform your life by earning a graduate degree from Montclair State University! Come to Montclair State University’s Graduate Open House on Sunday, February 10, 2013 at 12:00pm in University Hall to speak to faculty from nearly 100 graduate programs.

Many of our programs are hosting breakout sessions throughout the day and all programs will be featured during our Graduate Program Fair. Please review our schedule below and register for the event today! 


Graduate Open House Schedule: 

12:00pm-1:00pm – Breakout Sessions

  • Clinical Psychology (MA), School Psychologist Certification and Forensic Certificates
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders: Speech Language Pathology (MA)
  • Computer Science (MS)
  • Counseling (MA) - Community, School, Student Affairs/Higher Education, Addictions; Post- Master's Certificate
  • Developmental Models of Autism (Certificate)
  • Educational Leadership (MA) - Traditional Program, 1 Year Fast Track Option and Online
  • Financing Your Graduate Education (Financial Aid, Scholarships and Graduate Assistantships)
  • Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (Certificate)
  • Mathematics Education (EdD)
  • Sustainability Science (MS)
  • Teaching (MAT & Certification) - Early Childhood, Elementary Education (P-3 & K-5), Teacher of Students with Disabilities, and all other content areas
  • Urban Teacher Residency Program (MAT) - An apprenticeship-based program of study for individuals with a deep commitment to urban teaching.

1:00pm-2:00pm-Graduate Program Fair- All programs represented

Come and speak with graduate faculty and learn more about their programs during our Graduate Program Fair. All graduate programs will be represented.

 2:00pm-3:00pm – Breakout Sessions

  • Business Administration (MBA) - All concentrations
  •  Computational Linguistics (Certificate)
  • Earth and Environmental Studies Certificates- Geographic Information Science, Environmental Forensics, Elementary School with Subject Matter Specialization in Science in Grades 5-8 and Water Resource Management
  • Financing Your Graduate Education (Financial Aid, Scholarships and Graduate Assistantships)
  • Overview of the College of the Arts-Music (Education, Performance, Therapy, Theory/Comp.); Studio Art; Arts & Museum Mgt.; Public & Organizational Relations; Theatre Studies
  • Translation and Interpreting in Spanish (Certificate)

 Campus Tours will be available throughout the event. Tours will meet on the first floor of University Hall.


University Hall - Room:First Floor


February 10, 2013 - 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm