Henry has been accepted into the Masters' program at Indiana State University. He will be studying for a MA in Criminology. He'll go through commencement on May 9, and start his internship on May 11 at the Monroe County Probation Department. After the internship he will graduate in August with a double major in Psychology and Criminology and then he'll be "officially" accepted into the program.
The MA program at ISU is 36 hours. Thirty hours of class work plus a 6 hour internship. He can take 15 hours each semester and finish after a second summer internship. Hank just can't get enough of "the Haute!" He can get his degree in a year on campus or take classes on line and finish up in two years. So if a job offer were to come his way he would have a number of options with which to choose. Way to go Hank!