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Join us on Thursday, July 23 to learn more about Tulane's School of Professional Advancement Undergraduate and Certificate Programs. SoPA faculty and admissions staff will review our undergraduate degrees and certificates in a wide range of fields, as well as topics including SoPA's close connections with industry, career opportunities for graduates, and the admissions process.

Advance yourself both personally and professionally, and become part of the Tulane community.

Attendees qualify for a waiver of the admissions application fee.

Join us on Friday, July 24 to learn more about Tulane's School of Professional Advancement Public Relations and Marketing undergraduate degree and certificate programs. SoPA faculty and admissions staff will review our Public Relations & Digital Media & Marketing Communications programs, as well as topics including SoPA's close connections with industry, career opportunities for graduates, and the admissions process.

Advance yourself both personally and professionally, and become part of the Tulane community.

Join us on Friday, July 31 to learn more about Tulane's School of Professional Advancement Information Technology program. SoPA faculty and admissions staff will review the Information Technology program and the various undergraduate and certificate options within it, as well as topics including SoPA's close connections with industry, career opportunities for graduates, and the admissions process.

Advance yourself both personally and professionally, and become part of the Tulane community.

Attendees qualify for a waiver of the admissions application fee.

Join us on Wednesday, July 8 to learn more about Tulane's School of Professional Advancement Digital Design program and its tracks in Graphic Design, Interactive Design, and Game Art and Animation. SoPA faculty and admissions staff will review the Digital Design program’s post-baccalaureate certificate programs, as well as topics including SoPA's close connections with industry, career opportunities for graduates, and the admissions process.

Advance yourself both personally and professionally, and become part of the Tulane community.

Join us on Friday, July 10 to learn more about Tulane's School of Professional Advancement Digital Design program and its tracks in Graphic Design, Interactive Design, and Game Art and Animation. SoPA faculty and admissions staff will review the Digital Design program’s bachelor’s degree and post-baccalaureate certificate programs, as well as topics including SoPA's close connections with industry, career opportunities for graduates, and the admissions process.

Advance yourself both personally and professionally, and become part of the Tulane community.

This session will explore the diverse broad range of legal careers available to graduates of SoPA’s General Legal Studies Program, based upon the real-life experiences of our program alumni. The session will be moderated by Robyn Ice, J.D., M.F.A., Professor of Practice and Director of the General Legal Studies Program, who will lead a dynamic discussion with the following panelists:

This session will explore the diverse pathways and experiences in the field of Digital Design. SoPA Digital Design offers three tracks—Interactive Design, Graphic Design and Game Art and Animation—and panelists are industry professionals in those three diverse areas. The session will be moderated by Dr. Amanda Garcia, Director of Digital Design, who will lead a dynamic discussion with the following panelists:

•           Kaye Vassey, Technical Animator, Epic Games Senior

This session will explore the diverse career pathways and professional experiences in the field of Public Administration. The session will be moderated by Dr. Halima Leak Francis, Director of Tulane's Public Administration Program, who will lead a dynamic discussion with the program's Master of Public Administration faculty panelists:

Join us for a dynamic discussion about the diverse possibilities that an education in the humanities and social sciences can support. This panel discussion will feature local leaders who will share their rich professional and educational experiences. The panelists include:

This session will explore the diverse pathways and experiences in the field of Information Technology and Cybersecurity. The session will be moderated by Prof. Ralph Russo, Director of the Information Technology and Cybersecurity Program, who will lead a dynamic discussion with the following panelists:

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