New academic programs

New Programs: Business Intelligence, Game Design, Technology Entrepreneurship, Patents

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  • Bellevue Community College, in Washington State, is starting associate degree and certificate programs this fall in business intelligence, which focuses on identifying, acquiring and reporting data needed for various business decisions.
  • Michigan State University is offering a specialization in game design and development, starting in the fall.
  • New Programs: Business in China, Online Master's Degrees, Theater, Interactive Entertainment

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  • Columbia University's Business School and the Fudan University School of Management, in Shanghai, China, are starting joint programs to teach international business issues to Chinese financial executives. The first program will be in Shanghai and will focus on emerging financial markets.
  • Kaplan University has announced new online master's degrees in criminal justice and business administration.
  • New Programs: Entrepreneurial Management, Health Reimbursement, Sports Leadership, Education, Food Science, Auto Design

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  • Boston University is starting a four-month graduate diploma program in entrepreneurial management. The program will mix traditional classroom instruction with briefings from successful business leaders.
  • The College of St. Catherine, in Minnesota, is offering a new certificate program for people seeking to obtain a reimbursement analyst certificate. The program trains people for jobs in the growing profession of people who deal with health insurance claims.
  • Duquesne University is starting a master of science in sports leadership.
  • New Programs: Christianity, Computational Linguistics, Creative Writing, Jewish Studies, Landscape Architecture, Public Health

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  • Boston College has created a minor in Jewish studies this fall, one of the few such programs at a Roman Catholic college.
  • New Academic Programs: History, Law, Health, IT Security, Sustainability

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  • California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo will start a new master of arts in history in the winter.
  • New Academic Programs: Nursing, Business, China and Asia-Pacific Studies, Forensic Science, Business and Doctoral Education

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  • Adelphi University has announced a new master's program in emergency nursing and disaster management.
  • Coastal Carolina University will start an M.B.A. program in the fall of 2006.
  • Cornell University has started a new major in China and Asia-Pacific studies.
  • New Programs: Creative Writing, Business Doctorates, Contemporary Music, Law Enforcement, Spanish and Business

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  • Adelphi University is starting an M.F.A. in creative writing in the fall of 2006. The program will offer tracks in playwriting, fiction and poetry.
  • Bentley University will start doctoral programs in business and accountancy, beginning in September 2006.
  • New Programs: Online MBA, Communications, Gerontology, Gender Studies, Athletic Leadership

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  • Champlain College is starting an online MBA program in February.
  • New Programs: Motorsports Management, Bioinformatics, Technology and Society, Law and Economics, Accelerated MBA

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  • Belmont Abbey College, in North Carolina, has started a concentration in motor sports management as part of its undergraduate degree in business.
  • Johns Hopkins University has started a master's degree in bioinformatics, which combines computer science and molecular biology.
  • New Programs: Simulation, Environmental Science and Engineering, Management, Public Health, Family Law, Homeland Security Nursing

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  • The Art Institute of California -- San Francisco has started a new bachelor's program in simulation and virtual environments. The program will focus on three-dimensional, real-time model making.
  • City College of the City University of New York has started two new undergraduate programs linking engineering and environmental science.
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