We have the School of Management, which focuses on, you know, the business and the MBA. We have the School of Education. It has doctoral programs, leadership, and education. It's fantastic for those people who really want to go in educational leadership. And then we have health sciences.
The School of Health Sciences is really well known for nursing programs, occupational therapy, physical therapy.
And then there are a ton of certificate programs that, you know, individuals can choose from whether they are just looking for a little extra bit of education while they're working or just looking for something to fill in the gaps in between.
We do have programs where students can come in and accelerate into the MBA program or the organizational management from business. They can accelerate into physical therapy, occupational therapy, physical education.
It will get you out a year early out of undergrad and then it will get you into the graduate program a little bit sooner. It is a little bit more intense, but it's definitely worth it. I think the incoming students should consider grad school as an option because with the way that the world and the economy is working right now, higher education is something that is highly valued in professional practices.
The value of a Russell Sage degree is absolutely incredible. I realized that going into the workforce and being fully prepared for everything that was going to be thrown in front of me, I can really only attribute that to my education and training here. You know the saying of, "it takes a village," it really is. You get to campus. Everyone works together to get you through to the next level and it and it shows and it shows through Russell Sage graduates.