Are you planning for your future? Opportunity abounds for higher education in Oakland County. Scholars have several options to choose from with various universities, skilled trade schools, degree programs, and career and speciality schools nearby. Take a look at our GIS College Connections story map and learn about the exciting options that are available to you right here in Oakland County. Click on a college or school that interests you to learn more about what they have to offer.
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Whether you’re looking to acquire a new skilled trade, earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree, or obtain new career skills, the possibilities for higher education in Oakland County are almost endless. It’s time to apply – your future is now!
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As one of Michigan’s largest business schools, Walsh College is well-known in the Metro Detroit area as a leading, all-business college that offers students educational programs based on business theory and real-world experience. Aimed at boosting career success, classes are taught by faculty made up of business professionals who incorporate their experience into the classroom. It offers 16 fully accredited, employer-respected business and information technology degree programs, and three business certificate programs at locations in Troy, Novi, Clinton Township, and Port Huron.
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Walsh College is a leading, all-business college and one of Michigan’s largest business schools. It offers students educational programs based on business theory and real-world experience with locations in Troy, Novi, Clinton Township and Port Huron. Aimed at boosting career success, classes are taught by faculty made up of business professionals who incorporate their experience into the classroom. Twenty fully accredited, business and information technology degree programs and three business certificate programs are offered. Continue reading
L. Brooks Patterson visits with WJR Radio’s The Paul W. Smith Show before the event.
Oakland County Executive, L. Brooks Patterson welcomed the public and private sectors on Tuesday morning at the Troy Marriot for the 2014 Business Roundtable meeting and breakfast. Patterson founded the Business Roundtable in 1993 so business leaders could engage with county government on issues that would enable them to prosper. Four Business Roundtable committees were organized to focus on specific areas within the county. They are the: Economic Development, Quality of Life, Transportation and Workforce and Education Committees. Also in attendance were the Elite 40 under 40 classes of 2012, 2013 and 2014. Deputy County Executive, Matt Gibb, remarked to the gathered group that he was pleased to see a lot of excitement in the room this year and attributed it to the growing economy. Continue reading