Graduate Events

Graduate Events

VISIT NJCU

We encourage you to join us at an upcoming event to learn how graduate programs at NJCU can help you reach your personal and professional goals. Connecting with our faculty and staff has never been more convenient, as we offer a variety of in-person and online events each semester.

Please note that new events are added to this calendar often, so be sure to check back for updates.

UPCOMING ON-CAMPUS & VIRTUAL EVENTS

Register below for an in-person or virtual information session to learn more about graduate study at NJCU:

FEBRUARY 19

School of Business Graduate Instant Decision Day (Jersey City) – REGISTER NOW 
Tuesday, February 19, 5:00-7:00pm
Location: NJCU School of Business - Harborside, 200 Hudson Street, Jersey City, NJ 07311
Interested in starting an M.B.A., M.S., or professional certificate program in business this year? Join us at this event and fast track your admission! Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and receive a decision on-the-spot. To receive a decision, you must apply online to one of our graduate programs by February 15th.  Transcripts from all previously attended institutions and a current resume are the minimum documents required. Attendees will receive a graduate application fee waiver!
Questions? Contact Isabel Casais icasais@njcu.edu / (201) 200-3230.


FEBRUARY 26

Topics in Educational Technology: ClassDojo: More Than Just a Behavior Management SystemREGISTER NOW
Tuesday, February 26, 5:00-6:00pm
Location: Online
If you thought that ClassDojo was just a behavior managment app, think again. This program can transform the way that educators communicate with students, parents, and the entire school community. This webinar will discuss the valuable resources that are available through ClassDojo, including the portfolio option. Attendees will learn how maximize parent-teacher communication and create an overall positive school community.

School of Business Graduate Instant Decision Day (Wall Township) – REGISTER NOW 
Tuesday, February 26, 5:00-7:00pm
Location: NJCU@Wall, 800 Monmouth Boulevard, Wall Township, NJ 07719
Interested in starting an M.B.A., M.S., or professional certificate program in business this year? Join us at this event and fast track your admission! Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and receive a decision on-the-spot. To receive a decision, you must apply online to one of our graduate programs by February 22nd.  Transcripts from all previously attended institutions and a current resume are the minimum documents required. Attendees will receive a graduate application fee waiver!
Questions? Contact Isabel Casais icasais@njcu.edu / (201) 200-3230.

Topics in Educational Technology: Flipping Student Responses with FlipGrid! REGISTER NOW
Tuesday, February 26, 7:00-8:00pm
Location: Online
Are you tired of reading students' written responses? Do you want to give students the chance to visually share their homework and/or project results? Fear no more! With FlipGrid students can videotape their responses anywhere from 15 seconds to 5 minutes long, all while these videos can be shared with the class. 


FEBRUARY 27

Ed.D. in Community College Leadership Virtual Information Session – REGISTER NOW 
Wednesday, February 27, 5:00-6:00pm
Location: Online
Join us to learn more about the Ed.D. program in Community College Leadership at NJCU! Our program is launching in the summer of 2019. Aspiring leaders in this doctoral program will graduate prepared to build, lead, and advance community colleges that are responsive to diverse community needs and excel in recruiting and graduating diverse student populations.

Ed.D. in Educational Technology Leadership Virtual Information Session - REGISTER NOW
Wednesday, February 27, 7:00-8:00pm
Location: Online
Join us to learn more about the Ed.D. program in Educational Technology Leadership at NJCU. This three-year, cohort-based doctoral program prepares you to be an education leader in a variety of fields - K-12 education, higher education, community college, nonprofit organizations, and business. Our unique program offers the convenience of online education with a one-week summer institute for hands-on exploration, lectures, guest speakers, and collaborative projects. 

Please note that our application deadline is April 1st. Details about the application process will also be covered during this virtual session. 
For more information, visit us online at www.njcu.edu/edd


MARCH 7

Topics in Educational Technology: Step up Your Game - Gamification Tips for the College ClassroomREGISTER NOW
Wednesday, March 7, 4:00-5:00pm
Location: Online
Do you find that students in your face-to-face classes are more interested in their laptops than in your lecture? This webinar will offer a few tools that will help you to gamify your lectures and ultimately increase student engagement.


MARCH 13

Ed.D. in Community College Leadership Virtual Information Session – REGISTER NOW 
Wednesday, March 13, 5:00-6:00pm
Location: Online
Join us to learn more about the Ed.D. program in Community College Leadership at NJCU! Our program is launching in the summer of 2019. Aspiring leaders in this doctoral program will graduate prepared to build, lead, and advance community colleges that are responsive to diverse community needs and excel in recruiting and graduating diverse student populations.


MARCH 20

Topics in Educational Technology: Tech Tools for Tech Savvy Teachers and Administrators – REGISTER NOW
Wednesday, March 20, 8:00-9:00pm
Location: Online
Explore all the latest and best technology tools for K-12 Administrators, Tech Specialists, and Teachers. Perfect for those in higher education that are looking to include more active learning in their LMS! Augmented & Virtual Reality, Math Tools, ELA Tech Tools, Presentation, Collaboration, Assessment, Communication Tools and More!


MARCH 26

College of Education Graduate Admissions Information Session – REGISTER NOW 
Tuesday, March 26, 6:00-7:30pm
Location: Gilligan Student Union Building, 2039 Kennedy Blvd., Jersey City, NJ 07305
Meet with faculty and staff from the College of Education, Admissions, and Financial Aid to learn how NJCU can help you advance your career in education. Ready to apply now? You can start your application on-the-spot at this event and get one-on-one guidance on the application process.
All attendees will receive a graduate application fee waiver!


MARCH 28

Topics in Educational Technology: Technology in the Developmental Math ClassroomREGISTER NOW
Thursday, March 28, 8:00-9:00pm
Location: Online
Technology in the Development Math Classroom allows viewers to understand the benefits and disadvantages of using adaptive learning assessments with underrepresented scholars in Mathematics course.


APRIL 2

Topics in Educational Technology: Start with the Why – a Research and Data Driven Approach to Leverage Ed Tech in the classroomREGISTER NOW
Tuesday, April 2, 5:00-6:00pm
NJ ESSA's plan has identified six research-based instructional strategies that leverage digital teaching and learning tools to help teachers use data to drive instruction and infuse meaningful and significant digital learning experiences into existing curricula that deepen students’ learning and understanding. Join this webinar to learn how these were identified and how to implement in your class, school or district.

Topics in Educational Technology: A (Virtual) Museum Field TripREGISTER NOW
Tuesday, April 2, 5:00-6:00pm
Location: Online
Are you a teacher looking to engage students in a new and exciting way? Learn about an instructional model that allows students to create virtual museums utilizing online technologies in novel ways to demonstrate their mastery of content.

Topics in Educational Technology: What is game-based learning and how to startREGISTER NOW
Tuesday, April 2, 7:00-8:00pm
Location: Online
I wanted to share my experience of working with the Kennedy Center ArtsEdge Program on game-based learning.


APRIL 3

Ed.D. in Community College Leadership Virtual Information Session – REGISTER NOW 
Wednesday, April 3, 5:00-6:00pm
Location: Online
Join us to learn more about the Ed.D. program in Community College Leadership at NJCU! Our program is launching in the summer of 2019. Aspiring leaders in this doctoral program will graduate prepared to build, lead, and advance community colleges that are responsive to diverse community needs and excel in recruiting and graduating diverse student populations.


APRIL 4

Topics in Educational Technology: Drones in Education: Cleared for TakeoffREGISTER NOW
Thursday, April 4, 4:00-5:00pm
Location: Online
Final boarding call! Come learn about the latest exciting research in the academic value of drones in education to help teachers develop new pedagogical strategies, to enhance student engagement and excitement, and to help equip students with future-ready, 21st-century skills.


APRIL 9

Topics in Educational Technology: Spark a fire in your lessonsREGISTER NOW
Tuesday, April 9, 7:00-8:00pm
Location: Online
In this session you will learn a quick and free tool to change student presentations. Bring a few digital pictures and your imagination and together we will learn to tell a story in a new way!


APRIL 10

Ed.D. in Community College Leadership Virtual Information Session – REGISTER NOW
Wednesday, April 10, 5:00-6:00pm
Location: Online
Join us to learn more about the Ed.D. program in Community College Leadership at NJCU! Our program is launching in the summer of 2019. Aspiring leaders in this doctoral program will graduate prepared to build, lead, and advance community colleges that are responsive to diverse community needs and excel in recruiting and graduating diverse student populations.


APRIL 16

Topics in Educational Technology: Stop lecturing and start sessioning!REGISTER NOW
Tuesday, April 16, 6:00-7:00pm
Location: Online
In this session you will learn how to use a free tool that will enable you to create an interactive session out of a presentation. Increase your active engagement in measurable ways!

Topics in Educational Technology: A Continuum of Technology Integration - From K to ProfessionalREGISTER NOW
Tuesday, April 16, 8:00-9:00pm
Location: Online
This talk will provide real-life examples of technology integration into curricula from kindergarten through graduate/professional school. How technology is used to transform teaching and learning will be the focus of this webinar.


APRIL 17

Counseling Virtual Information Session – REGISTER NOW
Wednesday, April 17, 12:00-1:00pm
Location: Online
Join us to learn more about Counseling program at NJCU! Our master's degree programs are nationally accredited by CACREP (Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Education Programs).
This virtual information session will cover the following programs. 

  • M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling 
  • M.A. in School Counseling 
  • Play Therapy Certification 
  • Substance Awareness Coordinator (SAC) 

During this virtual session, the department will discuss program information and admission requirements, as well as answer all your questions.

Topics in Educational Technology: Educational Technology Websites & Google Classroom Integration in the K-12 ClassroomREGISTER NOW
Wednesday, April 17, 5:00-6:00pm
Location: Online
Although Google Classroom is used as a learning management system (LMS) in many classrooms, it can also be used in conjunction with many educational technology websites to help with student learning and differentiation. In order to create a blended learning classroom, students need to have access to online resources, such as lessons and modules, and work in an online environment where they can collaborate and create digital projects. There are a variety of educational technology websites that integrate with Google Classroom, such as Book Creator, Flipgrid, CK-12, OpenEd, Edulastic, etc. that are available for both teacher and students to use for free. Teachers will interact with these educational technology websites, create lesson plans, apply them into the curricula, and easily integrate them into Google Classroom.


APRIL 18

Topics in Educational Technology: Personalized Learning and TechnologyREGISTER NOW
Thursday, April 18, 4:00-5:00pm
Location: Online
This webinar will dispel any misconceptions about personalized learning and how it should be implemented, as well as technology's role in it, thus demonstrating how systemically using the technology to act as facilitator is far superior to what has — in the past — been considered teaching.


APRIL 24

Topics in Educational Technology: Ed Tech & Your School Counseling DepartmentREGISTER NOW
Wednesday, April 24, 1:00-2:00pm
Location: Online
This webinar will offer suggestions and tips on how to maximize the support and time offered to students, parents, and staff from their school counseling department.


APRIL 25

NPTNJ webinar series: Educational TechnologyREGISTER NOW
Thursday, April 25, 7:00-8:00pm
Location: Online
Did you know that you can transfer up to 15 NPTNJ credits into a Master’s degree in Educational Technology? The Ed Tech classes are completely online and require no tests or exams (all project-based work). Join us to learn about two of the options, MA in Educational Technology and MA in Educational Technology with School Library Media Specialist certification. The presentation will also include tips about user-friendly and free online tools you can use for teaching and learning.


MAY 2

Topics in Educational Technology: Math technology integrationREGISTER NOW
Thursday, May 2, 6:00-7:00pm
Location: Online
A webinar about integrating technology into mathematics through blended-learning learning to increase student engagement and accelerate math learning.


MAY 7

Topics in Educational Technology: Storytelling & Scratch Coding REGISTER NOW
Tuesday, May 7, 7:00-8:00pm
Location: Online
Everyone has a story to tell. See how Scratch coding can be used in telling a story. This activity reinforces 21st century skills such as computational fluency, sequential learning, creativity, etc.


MAY 8

Ed.D. in Community College Leadership Virtual Information SessionREGISTER NOW
Wednesday, May 8, 5:00-6:00pm
Location: Online
Join us to learn more about the Ed.D. program in Community College Leadership at NJCU! Our program is launching in the summer of 2019. Aspiring leaders in this doctoral program will graduate prepared to build, lead, and advance community colleges that are responsive to diverse community needs and excel in recruiting and graduating diverse student populations.


RECENT EVENTS 

If you missed one of our recent virtual sessions, you can view a recording below:

ADMISSIONS

International Students Information Session (Summer 2018) View Recording
Graduate Admissions FAQs (Fall 2018) View Recording

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES 

ART

 

MA & MFA Art Virtual Information Session (Fall 2017)

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MA & MFA Art Information Session (Spring 2018)

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Art Scholarship (Spring 2018)

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PSYCHOLOGY

 

M.A. Educational & School Psychology Information Session

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MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

 

Mathematics Education Information Session (Spring 2017)

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MEDIA ARTS

 

Integrated Media Arts Production (IMAP) Information Session (Spring 2017)

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MODERN LANGUAGES

 

World Languages (Spanish) Education Virtual Information Session (Spring 2017)

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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION  

College of Education Graduate Admission Information Session (Fall 2017)

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Graduate Education Career Information Session (Fall 2017)

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How to Obtain CEs Virtual Information Session (Spring 2018)

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K-12 Alternate Route Teaching Program (NPTNJ) Information Session (Summer 2018) View Recording

COUNSELING

 

Counseling Virtual Information Session (Fall 2018) 

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EARLY CHILDHOOD 

 

Early Childhood Education Information Session (Spring 2017)

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P-3 Alternate Route Virtual Information Session (Spring 2018)

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EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

 

Educational Leadership Information Session (Spring 2017)

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Ed.D. in Community College Leadership Virtual Information Session (Spring 2018) View Recording

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

 

EdD Educational Technology Leadership Information Session (Fall 2018)

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Educational Technology Virtual Information Session: Integrating Innovation with iMovie (Spring 2018)

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Educational Technology Virtual Information Session: Innovate and Re-Imagine Education with Robotics and Drones (Spring 2018)

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Educational Technology Virtual Information Session: Tech it Up! Using Technology to Enhance Your Lessons (Spring 2018)

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NPTNJ/Educational Technology (Fall 2018) View Recording

ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION

 

Elementary and Secondary Education Information Session  (Summer 2017)

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Teaching and Learning in Urban Schools Information Session (Summer 2017)

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NPTNJ/Elementray and Secondary Education (Fall 2018) View Recording

LITERACY EDUCATION (NEW)

 

Reading Specialist Virtual Information Session (Spring 2018)

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MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION

 

Bilingual/ESL Education Information Session (Spring 2017)

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NPTNJ/ESL Education (Fall 2018) View Recording

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

 

Special Education Information Session  (Spring 2017)

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Autism Information Session (Spring 2017)

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Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant (LDTC) Virtual Information Session (Spring 2017)

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NPTNJ/Special Education (Fall 2018) View Recording

COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE  
Criminal Justice Information Session  (Spring 2017) View Recording
HEALTH SCIENCES  
M.S. Health Administration Information Session (Spring 2017) View Recording
Driver’s Education Virtual Information Session (Spring 2018) View Recording
NURSING  
Nursing Education Information Session  (Summer 2018) View Recording
PROFESSIONAL SECURITY STUDIES  
D.Sc. in Civil Security Leadership, Management and Policy Virtual Information Session (Spring 2018) View Recording
M.S. National Security Virtual Information Session (Spring 2017) View Recording
Topics in National Security Studies: Crisis Communication (Fall 2016) View Recording
Topics in National Security Studies: Risk Management. (Fall 2016) View Recording
Topics in National Security Studies: Terror & Politics (Fall 2016) View Recording
Topics in National Security Studies: 4th Dimensional Thinking (Fall 2016) View Recording
Topics in National Security Studies: Understanding North Korea through the Country’s Propaganda Paintings (Fall 2017) View Recording
Topics in National Security Studies: Refugees & Terrorism (Fall 2017) View Recording

FINANCIAL AID

How to Finance Your Education (Summer 2018) View Recording

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

School of Business FAQs (Summer 2018) View Recording
Why get an MBA? (Fall 2018) View Recording
How to Better Utilize LinkedIn (Summer 2018) View Recording
Trade War and the Valuation of the Global Equity Markets (Fall 2018) View Recording
ACCOUNTING  
M.S. Accounting & M.S./M.B.A. Finance Information Session (Spring 2017) View Recording
BS/MS Bridge Accounting Information Session (Fall 2018) View Recording
FINANCE  
MS in Business Analytics and Data Science Information Session (Fall 2018) View Recording
MBA/MS in Finance Virtual Information Session (Spring 2018) View Recording
MARKETING  
MBA Marketing Information Session (Spring 2018) View Recording
Creating an Effective Social Media Strategy (Summer 2018) View Recording
ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP  
MBA in Organizational Management and Leadership Information Session (Spring 2018) View Recording

 

 

 

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