Bob Dinnen maximized that benefit. A bachelor's degree from RMU helped the former Army helicopter pilot get a job as comptroller of military traffic command.
Over the course of his 20-year career — with postings stateside, in Europe, and in Asia — Bob also became a CPA, taught as a military science professor in Illinois, and got a PhD and MBA too.
Then he came back to RMU, where in 2003 Bob earned a doctorate in information systems. That, he said, made it possible for him to direct a complete overhaul of technology resources at Fort Cherry School District, where he is superintendent.
"Whether you're an undergraduate or a graduate, Robert Morris University has a small feel even though it's grown. Professors give individual attention to every one of the students," Bob said.
Look over our 60 undergraduate degree programs and 20 graduate programs. We think you'll find something to stimulate your own career prospects.
RMU offers generous veterans college benefits, closing any gap between the new GI Bill allotment and our tuition for qualifying veterans