- Colleges start new degree programs
- Colleges start new academic programs
- New Programs: Mathematical Biology, Animation, Fine Arts, Public Health, Divinity and the Professions
- New Programs: Public Health, Fine Arts, Business, Science
- New Programs: Humanitarianism, Robotics, Psychology, Environmental Studies, Geosciences
New Programs: Gender and Women's Studies, Psychology, Fine Arts, Divinity/Counseling
February 28, 2007
- Armstrong Atlantic State University, in Georgia, will begin offering a gender and women's studies major next fall.
- Carlow University, in Pennsylvania, is starting a doctoral degree in counseling psychology. The program will be Carlow's first at the doctoral level.
- The State University of New York at Cortland is starting a bachelor of fine arts program.
- Wake Forest Univesity is starting a joint master of divinity/master of arts in counseling program. Students will be able to receive both degrees in a total of four years.
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