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New STEM Masters Programs

Anderson University provides affordable and easy access to innovative, I-17 approved and STEM-focused programs designed specifically for international students.

Learn more about these programs by exploring the links below.

Category: Academic Achievement

Honors Program

The Honors Program will use A Day gifts to provide travel grants for freshman Honors students to experience a one-week intensive Bible course at the Museum of the Bible in Washington D.C taught by Dr. Chuck Fuller, Director of the Honors Program and Associate Professor of Christian Studies.

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College of Education

The College of Education will use A Day gifts to complete the purchase of interactive technologies (ViewSonic Boards) for several classrooms in Johnson Hall.

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Center for Leadership and Organizations

The Center for Leadership and Organizations will use A Day gifts to introduce the Center to the community and create Friends of the Center with an inaugural Leadership event providing leadership programming for the community.

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Center for Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity will use A Day gifts to provide grants to help students with entry fees for a national cybersecurity competition called Capture the Flag. Many cybersecurity companies use this national competition to recruit students for internships and job placements.

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College of Business

The College of Business will use A Day gifts for the Marketing Department to purchase eye-tracking equipment and software so that students can determine if marketing/ads are effective or if the store layout helps drive customers to look in the right location.

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Professional and Lifelong Learning

Professional and Lifelong Learning plays a vital role in the institutional culture of knowledge, where engaging and quality-driven learning takes place every day. From the robust academic programs for which Anderson University is widely recognized to certificates and professional development, the opportunity to learn and develop new skills makes the concepts of “learning for a lifetime” a reality.   

At Anderson University, we embrace the notion that all learning matters, and we hope to be the first place our community considers when they realize there is a gap in what they know and what they need or want to know. In this Professional and Lifelong Learning environment, participants find courses providing contact hours for maintaining certifications, developing essential skills, encouraging curiosity, sparking new interests, and inspiring personal reflection. 

Professional and Lifelong Learning capitalizes on industry and institutional leadership through a well-designed curriculum and highly skilled and informed facilitators. The learning is cost-effective, accessible to the internal and external community, and underwritten by sponsorships that value this high-quality learning environment. A Day gifts will help remove cost-related barriers to participation, support the development of a quality-driven curriculum, provide new sources of remote technologies and engage expert course facilitators.

Goal: $15,000