Open House Planned for UH System at Sugarland

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The University of Houston at Sugar Land will host an open house and advising night for prospective students from 4 to 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 11.

Advisers and faculty members will be available to answer questions about bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, certifications and concentration coursework for more than 30 specific programs. Among these are the award-winning QUEST elementary education program, the RN to BSN Nursing program and the new Global MBA. Those attending the open house can bring copies of their previous college transcripts to review with advisers. Refreshments will be provided.

The UH System at Sugar Land offers junior and senior courses in a variety of areas, including business, education, psychology, computer information systems, criminal justice, hotel and restaurant management, and technology leadership and supervision. Graduate courses leading to master’s degrees are available in business, psychology, education, computer information systems and several other areas. For a complete listing of programs, go to www.sugarland.uh.edu/degrees.

Anyone interested in pursuing upper level college coursework or a master’s degree is encouraged to attend this open house and advising night. For more information, call 281-275-3300 or visit the Web site: www.sugarland.uh.edu/advisingnight.

WHAT: UH System at Sugar Land Open House
WHEN: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.., Thursday, Oct. 11
WHERE: UH System at Sugar Land, 14000 University Blvd. at U.S. 59, just south of the First Colony/Sweetwater exit.

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON SYSTEM AT SUGAR LAND
The University of Houston System at Sugar Land is a teaching center that offers junior, senior and graduate courses leading to more than thirty bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the four UH System Universities (University of Houston, UH-Clear Lake, UH-Downtown, and UH-Victoria). Established in 1996, UHSSL is located north of the Brazos River on U.S. 59 South at University Boulevard and serves those who live and work in Fort Bend County. UHSSL offers multiple methods of instruction including face-to-face, instructional television, online, broadcast TV, and videotape purchase.

For more information about UH visit the university’s ‘Newsroom’ at www.uh.edu/admin/media/newsroom.

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