New Programs: Anglican Studies, Information Assurance, Educational Leadership, Engineering Technology, Nursing, Architecture, Information Management

August 7, 2007
  • Azusa Pacific University is starting a six-course graduate concentration in Anglican studies.
  • Davenport University, in Michigan, is starting a master of science program in information assurance.
  • George Washington University is starting a post-master's certificate program in educational leadership and administration.
  • Metropolitan Community College, in Missouri, is starting an associate degree in engineering technology.
  • Shenandoah University is creating a doctoral program in nursing practice.
  • The University of Memphis is creating a master of architecture program. The program will focus on "city building," involving students and professors in architecture, planning and real estate.
  • Wayne State University has created a graduate certificate in information management for librarians.
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