Blinn to Hold Information Sessions for Business, Criminal Justice, Child Development and More
Blinn College will hold information sessions on the Brenham campus in April for persons interested in a range of business-related programs as well as criminal justice and child development. The one- and two-year technical programs are designed to prepare students for entry into the workplace or to provide the skills for a career change. Some courses are transferable to universities that offer bachelor’s degrees in applied science. And many of the courses are available online.
On April 19, prospective students can attend an information session regarding Blinn’s child development program at 5:30 p.m., learn about the criminal justice program at 6 p.m., and attend a session on computer networking and web mastering at 6:30 p.m. Information sessions will be held on April 22 for programs in medical coding, insurance, and transcript at 5:30 p.m., administrative assistant and digital publishing at 6 p.m., and accounting and business management at 6:30 p.m. All sessions will be in room 154 of the Bullock Center.
Attendees will learn about the admissions requirements, curriculum, and employment potential. There will also be information on grant money available to cover tuition, books, tutoring, child care and more.
Contact Information Management instructor Karen May at (979) 830-4023 or firstname.lastname@example.org