- Colleges start new programs
- New Programs: Career Readiness, American Studies, Sustainability, Behavioral Analysis
- New Programs: Simulation, Nursing, Oil
- New Programs: Cultural Sustainability, Informatics, Energy, Space Exploration
- New Programs: Data Management, Occupational Therapy, Information Assurance, Computer Simulations
New Programs: Jewish Studies, Sustainability, Space Science, Health Simulation, Paramedicine, Autism
March 7, 2012
- Eastern Michigan University is starting a minor in Jewish studies.
- George Washington University is starting a minor in sustainability.
- Johns Hopkins University is starting a minor in space science and space engineering.
- New York Institute of Technology is starting a master of science in health care simulation.
- Northern Maine Community College is starting an associate degree and advanced certificate program in community paramedicine.
- Saint Joseph College, in Connecticut, is starting a master of science program in autism and applied behavior analysis.
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