MONTGOMERY , W.Va.West Virginia University Institute of Technology is offering a series of informational seminars to explore various career opportunities for students who are majoring in engineering, business, and health services.
The deans of each college will review each majors course work and also discuss extracurricular activities, which can bolster studentssuccess after graduation.
Weve seen an increasing number of students who are entering college and are undecided about their major. Our seminars will introduce majors and career paths in high demand that they might not have considered before,said Michael Mattison, dean of enrollment services for WVU Institute of Technology.
Due to the detailed nature of the seminars, WVU Institute of Technology will host a distinct seminar for each area of study: business, humanities and social sciences on July 16; engineering and technology on July 23; nursing and health sciences on July 30.There is no cost for attending. Interested individuals can register by going to the schools website, www.wvutech.edu or call 1-888-554-8324.
WVU Institute of Technology, a division of WVU , offers more than 50 career-focused, four-year programs in the engineering, sciences, business, social sciences, public administration, humanities and health fields. The institution is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Engineering/Technology Accreditation Commissions of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education and other premier accrediting agencies.