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HESA is recruiting sisters to begin August 2015 in Ghana

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HESA is recruiting a second cohort of 18 sisters from Ghana and Nigeria for an online/onsite hybrid degree program. Sisters will begin courses online from Chestnut Hill College in August 2015.

HESA is recruiting sisters to begin August 2015 for an online/onsite hybrid offered by Chestnut Hill College and Catholic University College of Ghana

In Ghana and Nigeria, a partnership between Chestnut Hill College in the United States and CUCG in Ghana, offers a Bachelor’s degree in Education (B.Ed.). Sisters admitted to the degree program will take classes online via distance learning at Chestnut Hill College for two academic years, after which they will transfer to CUCG to complete their B.Ed. through onsite study.

HESA is recruiting a second cohort of 18 sisters from Ghana and Nigeria for an online/onsite hybrid degree program offered by Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, Pa., and Catholic University College of Ghana, Sunyani, Ghana.  Sisters will begin courses online from Chestnut Hill College in August 2015.

Furthermore, a three-week orientation for students admitted into the program will take place in Ghana, June 28 – July 17, 2015.

For more information, contact HESA program coordinator, Ms. Rosemary Shaver, shaver@maryu.marywood.edu.

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