Tampa Education Center Offers Upcoming Symposiums at Channelside Location

September 18, 2014

Saint Leo University Tampa Education Center will conduct two symposiums – an undergraduate and a graduate session – on consecutive Friday evenings. The discussions include:

  • Friday, September 26, 6 to 8 p.m. – Undergraduate symposium with guest lecturer Jose Olmo, behavior specialist, James Irvin Education Center. Dr. Olmo will discuss social work in the 21st century. There will also be a presentation on the new Bachelor of Social Work program to be offered at the Tampa Education Center in fall 2015.

  • Friday, October 3, 6 to 8 p.m. – Graduate business symposium featuring guest speaker Jan Sadil, chairman and CEO, Hypotecni Banka, Prague, Czechoslovakia. Sadil will discuss the European economy. The new Master of Accounting program coming to the Tampa Education Center will also be introduced.

The Tampa Education Center, 1120 E. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 238, which opened in downtown Tampa’s Channelside District in 2011, offers flexible class schedules, affordable tuition, outstanding faculty, and an environment tailored to busy adult students.

A proven leader in higher education for 125 years and a top Catholic university, Saint Leo is regionally accredited and a nationally recognized leader in adult education. A focus on individual needs is central to its mission. With a Center faculty-student ratio of 25:1, students build close relationships with fellow students, instructors and advisors.

Designed for adult learners, the symposiums will provide attendees an opportunity to meet with an enrollment counselor to discuss their specific areas of interest.

For questions, contact Jimmy Surin at (813) 226-2773 or at jimmy.surin@saintleo.edu. Register today at /education-centers/locations/tampa-education-center.aspx.