New academic programs

New Programs: Rehabilitation, Hebrew, Education, Technologies, Ecology, Biology

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  • Assumption College, in Massachusetts, is starting an online master's program in rehabilitation counseling.
  • Brandeis University and Middlebury College have announced a new joint summer program in Hebrew, which will start next year, joining nine other summer programs offering intense language training.
  • New Programs: Anglican Studies, Information Assurance, Educational Leadership, Engineering Technology, Nursing, Architecture, Information Management

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  • Azusa Pacific University is starting a six-course graduate concentration in Anglican studies.
  • Davenport University, in Michigan, is starting a master of science program in information assurance.
  • George Washington University is starting a post-master's certificate program in educational leadership
  • Bard Brings Finance Into the Fold

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    Its new dual-degree program targets students who want a traditional liberal arts education mixed with a background in business (no marketing, please).

    New Programs: Public Health, Fine Arts, Business, Science

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  • Capella University has started an online master's degree in public health, with specializations in health management and policy and social and behavioral sciences.
  • John Wood Community College, in Illinois, is starting an associate degree in fine arts, with concentrations in either music education or music performance.
  • New Programs: Biotechnology, Education, American Indian Studies

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  • Calhoun Community College, in Alabama, is starting an associate degree program in biotechnology.
  • Converse College, in South Carolina, is starting a master of arts in teaching, designed for people who have earned bachelor's degrees in fields other than education.
  • The University of Florida is starting a minor in American Indian
  • New Programs: Criminal Justice, European Union Studies, Sustainable Design, Environment, Engineering

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  • Danville Community College, in Virginia, is starting new certificate programs in law enforcement, corrections and protective services.
  • James Madison University, in Virginia, is starting a new master of arts in political science with a concentration on European Union studies.
  • New Programs: Emergency Services, Electroplating, Nursing, Public Health, Law

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  • Adelphi University, in New York, is starting two online degrees in emergency services administration.
  • Del Mar College, in Texas, is starting an associate degree in electroplating applied technology.
  • Johns Hopkins University is starting a doctor of nursing practice degree.
  • New Programs: Pharmacy, Food, Social Work and Law, Nursing

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  • Concordia University Wisconsin has announced plans to open a pharmacy school in the 2009-10 academic year.
  • Indiana University at Bloomington is starting a Ph.D.
  • New Programs: Business, Chicano/Latino Studies, IT Service, Public Health

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  • The City University of New York is starting an online bachelor's program in business, designed for students who left college in good standing without a bachelor's degree. The program involves professors throughout CUNY and is offered through the School of Professional Studies, part of the Graduate School and University Center.
  • Michigan State University is starting a Ph.D. program in Chicano/Latino studies.
  • New Programs: Engineering, MBA, Music Education, Engineering Education, Ancient Studies

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  • The Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, in Massacusetts, has started an engineering certificate program for undergraduates at Wellesley and Babson Colleges and Brandeis University. The sequence of five courses will be designed for those considering careers where some engineering background would be desirable or for non-engineering majors who are considering engineering graduate programs.
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