New Programs: Nonprofit Management, Environmental Planning, Library Science and History, Higher Ed Administration, Wine MBA, Information Strategy

June 6, 2007
  • American University and Webster University are both starting graduate certificate programs in nonprofit management.
  • Johns Hopkins University is starting an online master's program in environmental planning and management.
  • Mount Olive College, in North Carolina, is starting a new agriscience education program, to train agriculture education teachers. The program is being developed with North Carolina State University, which will offer some courses and supervise student teaching.
  • Muskingum College, in Ohio, is starting a new master's degree in information strategy, systems and technology.
  • St. Cloud State University, in Minnesota, is starting a doctorate in higher education -- the institution's first doctoral program.
  • Sonoma State University is starting an MBA program focused on the wine industry.
  • The University of Maryland-Baltimore County is starting a bachelor of arts in media and communication studies.
  • Wayne State University is creating a dual master's program for students to simultaneously complete degrees in library science and history.
  • Western Carolina University is starting a two-year master's degree in science and entrepreneurship.
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