New Programs: Engineering, Game Design, Biology, Pharmacy

  • Carroll University, in Wisconsin, and the University of Wisconsin at Platteville have announced a dual degree program in which, over five years, students will earn a bachelor of science in applied physics from Carroll and a bachelor of science in engineering from Platteville.
  • Finger Lakes Community College is starting an associate of applied science program in game programming and design.
  • August 14, 2008
     
  • Carroll University, in Wisconsin, and the University of Wisconsin at Platteville have announced a dual degree program in which, over five years, students will earn a bachelor of science in applied physics from Carroll and a bachelor of science in engineering from Platteville.
  • Finger Lakes Community College is starting an associate of applied science program in game programming and design.
  • Robert Morris University, in Pennsylvania, is starting an undergraduate major in biology.
  • Touro College, in New York, is starting a doctor of pharmacy program.
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