Graduate Admissions

Graduate Admissions

Graduate Admissions Events

Join us and discover how Canisius can help you take the next step in your career. Open Houses, Online Information Sessions and events are scheduled each semester and offer you the opportunity to learn more about our programs, meet with faculty, current students and alumni. 

Sport Administration Webinar:

Explore the Benefits of a Canisius MS in Sport Administration - 4/23/15

Learn how earing a Canisius Sport Administration degree can help open the door for you to a career in intercollegiate athletics, professional sport, sport-marketing, or sport-event management. Connect witrh Dr. Shawn O'Rourke, Program Director, to learn more about our faculty expertise and connections in the sport industry. 

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Education Technology Webinar Series:

Brought to you by the Ed Tech Faculty at Canisius College!
Using Google Apps to Reduce Paperwork - 4/23/15

Learn how to use Google Forms to conduct surveys, administer quizzes and more. Google Forms is integrated into the Google Drive suite of apps, which makes it a perfect fit for collecting data on a large or small scale. All of your results are then collected within a spreadsheet, making it simple to rearrange your data and keep track of results. Before you pay for a service like SurveyMonkey, check out what Google Forms has to offer for free! 

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Student Collaboration with Google Apps and Google Classroom - 4/30/15

This session will give participants an overview of the free digital tools associated with Google Drive. Participants will learn how to create documents, presentations, spreadsheets, and forms using Google products that allow students to work collaboratively on documents and presentations in real time from any location. The session will also introduce participants to Google Classroom which facilitates teacher sharing and assessment of student work produced using Google Apps. 

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"Back-flip" Your Classroom with Google and Snagit - 5/07/15

"Back" flipping is a unique learning strategy where students help each other review for the assessment. They conduct research, create videos using Snagit, and then post their work to Google Classroom. This lesson develops literacy skills and allows for peer instruction which aligns to the Common Core. This session will focus on using Google Drive, Snagit for Chrome, and Google Classroom to facilitate this unique approach to flipped learning. 

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