New Programs: Biotechnology, Education, American Indian Studies

  • Calhoun Community College, in Alabama, is starting an associate degree program in biotechnology.
  • Converse College, in South Carolina, is starting a master of arts in teaching, designed for people who have earned bachelor's degrees in fields other than education.
  • The University of Florida is starting a minor in American Indian
  • August 23, 2007
     
  • Calhoun Community College, in Alabama, is starting an associate degree program in biotechnology.
  • Converse College, in South Carolina, is starting a master of arts in teaching, designed for people who have earned bachelor's degrees in fields other than education.
  • The University of Florida is starting a minor in American Indian and indigenous studies. The 15-credit minor, housed in the anthropology department, has been a goal of a Native American student group, 500 Nations.
  • Western Governors University is starting an online master of science program in special education.
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