New Programs: MBA, Psychology, Public Safety, Historic Preservation, Construction

April 12, 2006
  • Alverno College, a Wisconsin institution known for its emphasis on student assessment, is starting an MBA program that will be "outcomes based," rather than focused on traditional business courses.
  • Daniel Webster College, in New Hampshire, is starting a bachelor of science program in psychology.
  • Indiana University Southeast is creating a new bachelor of science degree in informatics, which focuses on interpreting information technology to solve various problems.
  • Miami Dade College is creating a new bachelor's of applied science in public safety management. The program is the second four-year degree to be offered by the college, where most students are enrolled in associate degree programs.
  • Ursuline College, in Ohio, is starting a master of arts in historic preservation.
  • Virginia Tech is creating a School of Construction, believed to be the first of its kind in the United States. Two existing departments at Virginia Tech -- construction engineering and building construction -- will start the new school.
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