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The University was awarded a $1.5 million Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) grant to support renovations of Hyland Hall.

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UNIVERSITY AWARDED $1.5 MILLION PA RACP GRANT

The University was awarded a $1.5 million Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) grant to support renovations of Hyland Hall to create new laboratory and classroom space for the new mechanical engineering program. The facility renovations are necessary to support the multidisciplinary, high-impact learning design of the undergraduate engineering program that will prepare students to meet the modern-day workforce needs of the field. The renovated space in Hyland Hall will include four engineering laboratories; a student classroom; a garage; staff offices and equipment to allow students to learn using the latest simulation and modeling techniques.

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NEW ONLINE MASTER’S DEGREE SPECIALIZATION OFFERED

The University’s online Master of Science in Health Informatics degree will offer a specialization in data analytics, beginning in the fall 2021 semester. Applications are currently being accepted for the program.

The curriculum for the master’s degree in health informatics was designed by Scranton faculty, who are active leaders and experts in this burgeoning field. The health informatics program’s mission is to “promote excellence in the Jesuit tradition by preparing graduates in the interdisciplinary field of health informatics to use data, information, knowledge and wisdom to improve health.”

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NEW MASTER’S DEGREE IN APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS

The University will offer a new Master of Science degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, which will provide students with the educational and supervised fieldwork experiences necessary to achieve national board certification in the much-in-demand profession. Applications are currently being accepted for the graduate program that begins in the fall 2021 semester.

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MBA AND NURSING PROGRAM RANKED AMONG BEST IN U.S.

Several of University graduate programs are once again ranked among America’s best by U.S. News & World Report in its 2022 edition of “Best Graduate Schools” that published online March 30.

Scranton’s graduate program in nursing ranked No. 88 and its part-time MBA program ranked No. 95 in the nation. U.S. News also listed several Scranton programs among the Best Graduate Schools Ranking by MBA Specialties in the nation, ranking programs in information systems No. 20; production operations No. 22; accounting No. 28; and finance No. 36. Scranton’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program ranked at No. 113 in the nation.

In addition, Fortune’s inaugural ranking of the “Best Online MBAs” placed Scranton at No. 72 in the nation. Read more, here.

 


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