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Students will engage in an interactive session with education and humanity faculty and Point teacher candidates to give prospective students a glimpse of what it means to be a "student building students."
-Criminal Justice: Students interested in criminal justice will experience a mock crime-scene and, with the assistance of active police officers and experienced homicide investigators, will have the opportunity to participate in the process from first responder to homicide scene detective, developing a criminal profile of the perpetrator.
-Sociology: Interested students will get a chance to see what it takes to be a social worker, and they will rotate through various stations discussing case scenarios, completing mock Individual Service Plans for the different areas of social work (school social work, hospital social
work, hospice social work and social work with families).
-Psychology/Counseling and Human Services: Students will have the opportunity to participate in a mock family counseling session and to discuss varying options when pursuing counseling or psychology.
Students will have the opportunity to explore the many pathways to success in business that can begin at Point University. Professors, industry professionals, and current business students will provide overviews of Point programs and careers in the following fields of accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, management, marketing and more! Join us and learn how Point’s Christian worldview and “Pracademics” approach to business education can set you on the path to success, both in business and in life!
Students will engage in an interactive session with fine arts faculty and Point teacher candidates to give prospective students a glimpse of what it means to use your musical talents in an academic setting.
Biblical studies faculty will welcome prospective students to our department day by first reviewing the options our department offers – from preaching to youth ministry, children’s ministry to inter-cultural missions, worship ministry, seminary preparation and other areas. We will also share with students the opportunities that are available in terms of career choices with these degrees. Because we know that lots of students have questions about the Bible, ministry, vocation, etc., we will include some time for a panel discussion where students can ask any questions they might have about these areas.
Interested students will participate by shadowing a music major and participate in large and small ensemble rehearsals, private lessons, studio performances/master classes, and music history/theory/survey classes
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