New Programs: Math, Nursing, Computational Science, Business and Law, African-American Studies, Languages and Cultures

February 18, 2008
  • Bryant University has started a major in applied mathematics and statistics.
  • Defiance College and Northwest State Community College, both in Ohio, are starting a joint B.S. degree in nursing in which students would enroll at Defiance for their first and fourth years, and at Northwest State for their second and third years.
  • The Georgia Institute of Technology is starting a Ph.D. program in computational science and engineering.
  • The Thunderbird School of Global Management, in Arizona, and Vermont Law School have agreed to create several joint degree programs. Students can combine Thunderbird’s M.B.A., M.A. in global affairs or M.S. in global management with Vermont's J.D. or M.S. in environmental law.
  • The University of Connecticut is starting an undergraduate major in African-American studies.
  • Virginia Tech is starting a master of arts program in foreign languages, culture and literatures.
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