Marian’s Adult Programs Prepares for New Online Health and Human Services Degree
Marian’s Adult Programs (MAP) at Marian University announced today that Kyle Hattenburg has joined as director of enrollment in preparation for the launch in January 2016 of its new bachelor of health and human services degree. Hattenburg brings with him thirteen years of healthcare-centered higher education experience in admissions and student services from Indiana University School of Medicine, Purdue University, and most recently Orbis Education. By joining MAP, Hattenburg will continue his student enrollment and engagement successes in the following programs: health and human services, business administration, RN to BSN, online nursing prerequisites, and paralegal studies.
“I have found my time in healthcare-centric higher education to be both exciting and very fulfilling,” Hattenburg said. “I help students meet their educational goals, while at the same time, supporting the production of well-trained and eager healthcare professionals, ready to go out into the community, to combat the challenges the healthcare industry faces today.”
“Kyle’s role as director of enrollment will be impactful immediately as he brings experience in online healthcare education programs,” Amy Bennett, Executive Director of Marian’s Adult Programs, said. “We strive to provide quality educational programs and degrees in MAP which are truly designed for working adults. Having now added the online health and human services degree, more students will be fully prepared to affect lasting change across their communities.”
The mission of health and human services is to improve the health and well-being of citizens and their communities. MAP’s bachelor of human services degree offers a combination of real world, career preparation courses, and a well-rounded liberal arts education which is the hallmark of every Marian University degree. It is an interdisciplinary study that works to prevent and address problems for better overall quality of life. Classes will begin in January 2016, and will be offered completely online. Those living in central Indiana have the option of classroom study, at two locations, for many of the general education courses.