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Lou Cino

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Summer Institutes for Teachers – Mol
loy College

Posted: May 14, 2008 4:58 PM
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This summer, Molloy College, located on Long Island, will be offering
15 different Summer Institutes for Teachers in a variety of Math areas
such as Integrated Algebra, Geometry, Technology in Secondary Math, as
well as in Advanced Placement topics. All of the Summer Institutes are
offered on an intensive, one-week format at either one or both of our
Long Island, NY locations: at our main campus in Rockville Centre,
Nassau County or at our Suffolk Centerin East Farmingdale.

Each Summer Institute may be taken for 3 graduate credits ($900 per
Institute) for qualified teachers* or on a non-credit basis for 2
in-service credits. Course descriptions for the Institutes, application
and registration information, as well as travel directions and other
information, can be found on the web at:

If you should have any questions regarding the Institutes, please email
me or call my office at: 516-678-5000 ext. 6883.

Lou Cino

*Graduate tuition for teachers taking the Summer Institutes for
professional development and not towards a Molloy Master?s degree is a
flat rate of $900 per 3-credit course.Tuition for Molloy College
graduate students who have been approved to take Institutes as part of
their degree program will be charged: $2,210 per 3-credit course.

Louis J. Cino
Continuing Education and Professional Programs
Molloy College
1000 Hempstead Avenue
PO Box 5002
Rockville Centre, NY 11571-5002
516-678-5000 Ext. 6357
Fax: 516-256-2234

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