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UMass Boston 2014 Graduate Testimonials

November 4, 2014

UMass Boston course diversity reflected in online learning

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UMass Boston is committed to adult learners with their diversity of interests and needs.

The University of Massachusetts Boston is a public research university nationally recognized as a model of excellence for urban public universities. UMass Boston has a dynamic culture of teaching and learning, and a special commitment to urban and global engagement. The vibrant, multi-cultural educational environment encourages the broadly diverse campus community to thrive and succeed.

The distinguished scholarship, dedicated teaching, and engaged public service are mutually reinforcing, creating new knowledge while serving the public good of the city, commonwealth, nation, and the world.

The College of Advancing and Professional Studies (CAPS) at UMass Boston is committed to adult learners with their diversity of interests and needs, which vary from focused short-term, non-credit training to wide-ranging, long-term academic undergraduate and graduate professional degrees.

No single plan can satisfy the career aspirations, time constraints, or personal needs of adult learners. Whether the program is offered in a remote setting, on campus or online, during the evening or weekends, or whether the program takes into consideration a student’s previous experience or that the adult student is approaching college for the first time, the College of Advancing and Professional Studies is focused on providing quality education in a form that is relevant and accessible to all.

The University of Massachusetts Boston and CAPS are proud of our graduates and their accomplishments. Take a moment to watch the real life testimonials on how it feels to be a UMass Boston graduate.

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