New Programs: Business and Government, Nursing, Fine Arts, Social Inequality, Educational Leadership

April 5, 2007
  • Harvard University is starting a dual master's degree program in business and government. Students will have to be admitted independently to the university's graduate schools of business and government, and will then be able to earn, in three years, a master in business administration and either a master in public policy or a master in public administration-international development.
  • Miami Dade College is starting a bachelor of science program in nursing.
  • Northeastern University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts are starting joint bachelor and master of fine arts programs.
  • Portland State University, in Oregon, is starting a Ph.D. program in sociology and social inequality.
  • The State University of New York at Binghamton is starting a post-master's certificate program to prepare teachers and others for leadership positions in elementary and secondary schools.
  • Stetson University, in Florida, is starting an LL.M. program in elder law.
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