Graduate Open House

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

6:00pm

Research and Information Commons 

 

To register for Graduate Open House

Online: Daemen Connection

Email: admissions@daemen.edu

Call the Admissions Office: 716-839-8225/800-462-7652

Meet faculty and learn about: course offerings, flexible scheduling, financial aid, and the admissions process!

Graduate Programs at Daemen: 
  • Arts Administration
  • Athletic Training
  • Education
    • Special Education 1-6
  • Executive Leadership and Change
    • Business
    • Health Professions
    • Higher Education
    • Not-for-Profit
  • Global Business
    •  Accounting
    • Marketing
  • Nursing
    • Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
    • Nursing Education
    • Nursing Executive Leadership
    • Doctor of Nursing Practice
  • Physical Therapy
    • Direct Entry Doctor of Physical Therapy
    • Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship Program
  • Physician Assistant
  • Public Health
  • Social Work (MSW)

Certificate Programs:

  • Accounting
  • Human Resources
  • Nursing
  • Paralegal Studies
  • Physical Therapy

We also provide Graduate Assistantships, Department Scholarships, and AmeriCorps Grant Matching.

 

VISIT DAEMEN!

That’s the best way to really get a feel for what Daemen is all about! Daemen is located in suburban Amherst, New York just minutes away from the city of Buffalo. To schedule a weekday individual interview or register for an event, email us admissions@daemen.edu or call 800.462.7652.

World of Opportunity Wizard

Wow! Did you know Daemen’s faculty members are active in their own education?

Natural Sciences Professor Brenda Young will be attending the Fulbright Academy of Science and Technology in Panama and presenting a paper on our sustainability efforts.

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David was an international student from Caracas, Venezuela. He majored in International Business and had an internship at Liberty Pumps, which eventually turned into a job.