New Programs: Business, Chicano/Latino Studies, IT Service, Public Health

September 28, 2007
  • The City University of New York is starting an online bachelor's program in business, designed for students who left college in good standing without a bachelor's degree. The program involves professors throughout CUNY and is offered through the School of Professional Studies, part of the Graduate School and University Center.
  • Michigan State University is starting a Ph.D. program in Chicano/Latino studies. The university believes its program is the first doctoral program in the field in the Midwest.
  • Missouri State University, in collaboration with IBM, is starting a bachelor of science in IT service management.
  • The University of Maryland at College Park is starting a School of Public Health, the first full-fledged school started at the university since 1981. The school will focus on public policy and health literacy.
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