Samantha Sadler

BS Business Admin. - Human Resources Mgmt.

"Everyone is dedicated to your success as a student and in aiding you in your professional goals."

Growing up in Texas, Samantha experienced a unique blend of educational settings including Catholic, home and public schools. After obtaining her high school diploma one year early, she began studying forensic chemistry. Other demands eventually put Samantha’s formal education on hold, and she began working full-time. A decade later and now living in Seattle, Samantha’s background includes years of investigative experience, both in the private sector and within law enforcement. One section of her résumé continued to appear glaringly blank to Samantha: the education portion. In her late twenties, Samantha decided to begin pursuing her education once again. She required a school with her desired education plan that also offered the flexibility to allow her to continue full-time employment.

Southern New Hampshire University’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in human resources provided Samantha with an online option to complete her educational goals. Putting to use her years of experience as a background investigator, this degree plan offers her a solid business core and specialized courses to develop her human relations and organizational leadership skills. Samantha gives much credit to the hardworking advisors, and to the knowledgeable instructors at SNHU. Everyone is dedicated to your success as a student and in aiding you in your professional goals. They are equally as concerned with balancing your studies with your current job and personal situation. The classes are truly offered in a way that accommodates all schedules, while being interesting and serving a practical purpose. With the flexibility offered, the involved interactions with my fellow students and the great instructors, I was able to achieve and maintain a 4.0 GPA. Samantha plans to continue her education and pursue an MBA or a M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology.