“I continue to revisit and use so much of the content I learned at NKU in my day-to-day jobs over the years. I-O psychology itself is an expansive field. We have an interesting vantage point — how to hire the right talent and then nurture, educate and manage their performance and potential.”
— Tiffany Poeppelman, NKU Master of Science in Industrial-Organizational Psychology aluma and internal consultant to LinkedIn’s sales team in London
“I chose the MSW program at NKU because of how highly competitive and prestigious it is. NKU MSW students at are highly sought after as interns. This program provides me with the best opportunity to land a career position right after I graduate.”
— Jibril McCaster, NKU Master of Social Work candidate
“The nurse anesthesia program at NKU has a strong focus on high fidelity simulation experiences and the Health Innovation Center will expand the range of simulation experiences available to students. These experiences prepare students to develop and apply knowledge and skills prior to entering the clinical environment.”
— Evan Angus, NKU Doctor of Nursing Practice, Nurse Anesthesia Program candidate
“The Master of Science in Computer Science program at NKU is on the cutting edge of technology, classes offered and research. The professors are passionate about their specialties and the program includes adjunct professors who provide a variety of real world experiences. As a graduate student, you have the opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities such as the cyber defense team. Plus, you always have the chance to perform research in any fields that you are passionate about.”
— Rasheed El-Saleh, NKU Master of Computer Science candidate
Online micro-credentials can demonstrate your mastery of relevant workplace skills, abilities and competencies, which is professionally invaluable not only to you, but also to your employer. NKU micro-credentials may be displayed on online platforms—including your LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook pages—as well as on your resume as you look to secure a job or advance professionally.
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