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SHU Graduate Center at Landmark Square
The Sacred Heart University Graduate Center at 3 Landmark Square is located near I-95, the Merritt Parkway and Stamford's transportation center, downtown restaurants, hotels, shopping and businesses. Building amenities include:
- Wireless internet
- Close proximity to money exchange, 9-screen movie theater, Stamford Town Center Mall, travel agency, printing shop, fax services, insurance agency
- Full-service gourmet cafe with indoor and outdoor dining
- The Stamford Innovation Center and Ferguson Library located directly across the street
- Within walking distance of the city’s Transportation Center
- Read the press release about the new Graduate Center
Graduate Programs offered in Stamford:
Jack Welch College of Business
- Doctor of Business Administration in Finance (DBA)
- M.S. in Digital Marketing
- M.S. in Human Resource Management
College of Arts & Sciences
Isabelle Farrington College of Education
- Educational Leadership and Administration - Intermediate Administrative Certificate (092) (Weekend Cohort option only)
College of Health Professions
*Classes administered at the Tandet Center. No admission representatives or tours are available at this site.
For questions about the campus at Landmark Square:
- Mary Lou DeRosa, Executive Director of Financial Services, email@example.com
For questions about Graduate Admissions:
- Pam Pillo, Director of Graduate Admissions, firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest Film by FTMA Professor Earns Vimeo Distinction
July 20, 2016
FAIRFIELD, Conn. — The latest film by Justin Liberman, co-director and visiting assistant professor for Sacred Heart University’s Film and Television Master’s Program (FTMA), has been chosen as a Staff Pick on the video-sharing site Vimeo.
Stamford Campus is Site for Successful Game Jam
February 5, 2016
FAIRFIELD, Conn. – The Global Game Jam brought together a plethora of talent, creativity and passion at Sacred Heart University’s Stamford Graduate Center at Landmark Square last weekend. Organized by the Business Council of Fairfield County, the Global Game Jam allowed game enthusiasts, developers, writers and artists to join a team of developers from around the globe to create a game based on one central theme. More than 30 people participated in the weekend event.
Low-residency DBA Program Ranked One of the Best
November 10, 2015
FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Sacred Heart University has been ranked one of the best colleges for an affordable low-residency doctorate of business administration, according to a report published by Nonprofit Colleges Online.The report ranked SHU 23 on the list of 30 colleges and universities offering fully online or low residency doctoral-level programs in business administration or related fields of study, based on their affordability.