CWUYakima EventsYakima Eventshttp://www.cwu.edu/yakima/calendaren-usITAM Info Sessionhttp://www.cwu.edu/yakima/itam-info-sessionThursday, April 24Thu, 24 Apr 2014 14:00:00Other<p>Earn your Bachelor's in Yakima. Advance your career with ITAM!<br>Join David Douglas, ITAM Faculty for an Information Session to learn more about the BAS or BS degree options in Information Technology and Administrative Management at CWU-Yakima and online. The Department of Information Technology and Administrative Management (ITAM) offers exciting major and minor programs blending high-demand technical skills with soft skills such as leadership and supervision. A cutting-edge, relevant curriculum prepares students to act as leaders in their chosen fields.<br>When: April 24, 2:00PM<br>Where: Parker Room, Deccio Building on the YVCC Campus 1000 S 12th Ave<br>RSVP to <a href="mailto:cwu_yakima@cwu.edu?subject=Re%3A%20ITAM%20Info%20Session">cwu_yakima@cwu.edu</a><br><strong>**CWU-Yakima offers upper division (300 level and above) courses that lead to a baccalaureate or master’s degree.&nbsp; Students must have an Associate’s degree or Bachelor’s degree to attend a University Center.**</strong></p>Monday, March 241395685424INFORMATION SESSION – BS Interdisciplinary Studies – Social Sciences (Psychology, Sociology etc.)http://www.cwu.edu/yakima/information-session-%E2%80%93-bs-interdisciplinary-studies-%E2%80%93-social-sciences-psychology-sociology-etc-0Wednesday, April 30Wed, 30 Apr 2014 18:00:00Other<p>Join Alena Yastchenko, CWU-Yakima IDS Program Director to learn more about the IDS program. This degree is meant for those who wish to play an unusually active role in determining their course of study in Social Sciences.&nbsp; There are many options for completing this degree, including taking a variety of online courses or face-to-face class offerings at CWU-Yakima.<br>When: April 30, 6:00PM<br>Where: Parker Room, Deccio Building on the YVCC Campus 1000 S 12th Ave<br>RSVP to cwu_yakima@cwu.edu<br><strong>**CWU-Yakima offers upper division (300 level and above) courses that lead to a baccalaureate or master’s degree.&nbsp; Students must have an Associate’s degree or Bachelor’s degree to attend a University Center.**</strong></p>Monday, March 241395695483