Earning your bachelor’s degree is one of the most valuable things you can do for your professional career. Even after graduation, your learning process should continue. You can do that by keeping up with news and developments in your field.
The letter of intent is your chance to demonstrate that you can convey information concisely through college-level writing. It's a heavily weighted factor in the application process and gives you an opportunity to stand out from hundreds of other applicants.Read More
Built around established degree programs, the new school is introduced amid increasing demand for healthcare professionals and educators.Read More
Today's business world is changing rapidly with the addition of new technologies and a better understanding of the processes behind success. A BS in Liberal Studies gives students the necessary tools to find success in a wide variety of industries.Read More
It is never too late to continue your education and expand your career options. Earning a bachelor's degree increases your earning potential and opens up doors to a variety of different leadership roles.Read More
Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts® (BCaBAs) have exciting, high-demand, and fulfilling careers with competitive incomes. Choosing a university program with effective training and meaningful work experiences will help you excel in the field. Saint Joseph’s University now offers an...Read More
Faculty members and other thought leaders share their thoughts and insights into what skills employers are looking for in new hires and other issues of interest to you.
Introduction of Dr. M. Michelle Rowe, program director
Overview of the Autism Studies Track Curriculum
Benefits of Research-based Training for Early Intervention of Autistic Children
Career Opportunities for Autism Studies Graduates
Trusted Sources of Autism Information
Passion for Autism Spectrum Disorder
The Kinney Center and Autism Education
Good Fit for Autism Studies Track
To learn more about the impact a bachelor’s degree or a certificate could have on your life and career, call (866) 758-7670 to speak with a Program Manager or request more information below.