New Programs: Leadership, Wind Energy, Public Safety, Autism Treatment, Polish

June 2, 2008
  • Black Hills State University, in South Dakota, is starting a master of science degree in strategic leadership. The idea is to train professionals to lead government, business and nonprofit groups.
  • Clinton Community College, in New York, is starting an associate of applied science degree program in wind energy and turbine technology.
  • Northwestern State University, in Louisiana, is starting a bachelor's degree program in unified public safety administration.
  • The Sage Colleges' Graduate School is starting a master's degree in Applied Behavioral Analysis, a treatment for autism.
  • The University of Michigan is starting an undergraduate major in which students may concentrate in Polish, through the Slavic languages and literatures department.
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