Executive Director's Message
A Message from Kerry Calnan
If there’s one thing that is a constant in the business world, it’s change. Here at Nichols College, we recognize that. And we don’t just teach you how to keep up in a changing landscape. We teach you how to thrive in it.
We’ve designed our advanced professional degrees and programs not just to make you stand out tomorrow, but to make you shine where are you are today, too. You’ll come to see everything we do here at Nichols is fueled by innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit, from the technology that powers our flexible learning options to a unique emphasis on leadership and communication not normally found in traditional MBA and MSA programs.
Above all, we want you to know that wherever you are in your life and career, this is doable. Bring us your goals and a desire to learn, and in return we offer you the keys to your success: Knowledge and skills that will start paying off in your job today. A field-tested faculty who bring relevant industry expertise to the classroom. A pace and flexibility that fits every life. An acute awareness of what hiring managers are looking for in today’s professional market. And an affordable business education that offers incomparable value for your time and money.
I encourage you to join us for a class and experience the Nichols difference firsthand. We would love to show you around campus and discuss your goals and how the Graduate and Professional Studies division can help you attain them. And we look forward to working with you to bring about the change you’re looking for in your career and your life.
Kerry Calnan, C.M.A.
Executive Director, Graduate & Professional Studies
This publication provides information concerning the programs at Nichols College and does not constitute a contract with the student.
The policies and procedures contained in the 2019-current Nichols College Catalog will remain in effect until otherwise noted. Nichols College reserves the right to change at any time the rules governing admission, tuition, fees, courses, the granting of degrees, or any other regulations affecting the campus community. Such changes are to take effect whenever college officials deem necessary.