Bloomsburg University at Harrisburg
Located along Harrisburg's riverfront, Dixon University Center is an educational hub that offers an expansive menu of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, certificate programs, professional development and customized training from multiple public and private colleges and universities.
The colleges and universities that offer learning opportunities at Dixon University Center provide high quality, flexible, and affordable education designed to meet the scheduling needs of working adults. Paired with a facility that delivers excellence in customer service and provides a safe academic environment, your educational experience at Dixon University Center is sure to be a positive one.
FALL 2012 HARRISBURG COURSES OFFERED
EDFOUND 291 - Prin. of Teaching - 1668 - Parker - Wed 6-9 - Dixon Duncan - 306
PSYCH 309 - Early Child Cog Dev. - 3013 - Astor-Stetson - Thurs 6-9 - Dixon Duncan - 306
Directions to Dixon University Center
Directions may be found on Dixon University Center's website. All parking is free of charge. We recommend using the underground parking garage.
Bachelor Degree Completion Program
Bachelor's Degree Early Childhood Education
Bloomsburg University and Harrisburg Area Community College are partnering to provide an Early Childhood Education Degree completion program.
T.E.A.C.H. scholarships are available! Details are available on the Pennsylvania Child Care Association (PACCA) website.
For further program information, please contact Dr. Charles Starkey, 570-389-4032.
For application and transfer requirements, please contact Chris Lapos in the Admissions Office, 570-389-4711.
Grad School Resources
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Master of Education in School-Based Speech-Language Pathology
Bloomsburg University is offering a M.Ed. in School-Based Speech-Language Pathology, using a distance learning model.
- Course material will be disseminated via live lectures presented by BU faculty members and transmitted to the Dixon University Center, Distance Learning Center - IU 20 and Distance Learning Center - IU12. Students will be expected to attend class lectures at their chosen location.
- Web-based learning activities will be assigned.
- Five practical experiences and one student teaching experience will be completed. Each practical experience will focus on a different disorder group and be supervised by a master-level clinician.
The M.Ed. has restricted admittance.
- An interested individual MUST have a bachelor's in speech-language pathology.
- Applications are only accepted in the spring for a summer start date.
Contact: Dr. Joneen Lowman
Professional Development Opportunities
Professional Development for Educational Interpreters in the Capital Region
Bloomsburg University’s American Sign Language/English Interpreting Program is excited to announce this new opportunity for skill development and enhancement for educational interpreters! Bloomsburg University has developed a course sequence to prepare individuals with the competencies necessary to successfully complete the EIPA. This course sequence is a great avenue to develop your knowledge, improve your skills or prepare for a credentialing process. The sequence was developed with the specific needs of educational interpreters in mind. Courses will be geared toward non-traditional students with online, evening and weekend courses available at the Dixon Center through the Department of Exceptionality Programs at Bloomsburg University. Additional detailed information.