Welcome to the Nichols School of Professional Studies. As
the school’s dean, I am honored by your decision to join the growing list of
students who choose to pursue one of our diversified programs in the Nichols
School of Professional Studies.
Our knowledgeable faculty and staff are committed to helping
you pursue your educational goals while preparing you for your future. You will
receive valuable insight and instruction from faculty members who have
real-world experience in their area of expertise.
The Nichols School of Professional Studies has developed programs
which meet the growing needs of our local community. Offering a wide variety of
options within the programs of Interdisciplinary Studies, Criminal Justice, Paralegal/Legal
Studies, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Applied Psychology and a certificate
in eDiscovery/eLitigation, you will be provided with the most complete and
current educational tools needed to prepare for your future career.
Students who enroll in The Nichols School of Professional
Studies can expect:
The Nichols School of Professional Studies also offers
several of its programs in an online format, which include both the associate
and bachelor’s degrees in Interdisciplinary Studies, the Bachelor of Science in
Applied Psychology and the Master of Science in Legal Studies. Our other programs of study
are offered in a combination of on-campus and online formats.
Thank you for choosing the Nichols School of Professional
Studies. I look forward to meeting and helping you in your educational journey.
Please feel free to stop by my office any time.
Dr. Mary Nuosce
Dean, Nichols School of Professional Studies
The flag for
the Nichols School of Professional Studies displays a symbol of a tree with
several branches, representing the tree of knowledge. This school houses
the most diversified programs of study, and therefore, students enrolled in
these programs emerge with skills focused on critical thinking, diversity,
legal and criminal justice imperatives, and an overall appreciation for
Dean Mary Nuoscoe
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