New academic programs

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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  • New Programs: Biotechnology, Construction, Aviation MBA, Aviation Safety, Health Care Administration

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  • American University in Cairo is starting a new master of science degree in biotechnology.
  • Arizona State University is starting a new doctoral degree and a new online master's degree in construction management.
  • Dowling College, in New York, has started an M.B.A.
  • New Programs: Science, Bioinformatics, Human Rights, Business Intelligence

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  • Camden County College, in New Jersey, is starting a new science certificate -- a 26- to 28-credit program for students who may have completed associate degree programs without enough math and science to transfer to four-year programs in those fields.
  • The College of Saint Rose, in New York, is starting a major in bioinformatics.
  • New Programs: Homeland Security, Engineering, Law, Information Technology, Knowledge Integration

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  • Daniel Webster College, in New Hampshire, has announced a new bachelor's degree in homeland security.
  • Manhattan College, in conjunction with Con Edison, is creating master's programs in electrical and mechanical engineering.
  • The National University of Singapore and New York University are starting a joint program in whic
  • New Programs: Applied Physics, Biotechnology, Nursing

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  • California State University at San Marcos has started a major in applied physics.
  • Johns Hopkins University is starting two online master's degree programs related to biotechnology: a master of science in biotechnology and a master of science in bioscience regulatory affairs.
  • Macon State College is starting a bachelor of science in nursing pro
  • New Programs: Game Engineeering, Aesthetics and Politics, Japanese, Culinology, Conservation Biology

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  • Boston University is starting a graduate certificate in interactive multimedia and game engineering.
  • The California Institute of the Arts is starting a master of arts program in aesthetics and politics.
  • New Programs: Biotechnology, American Indian Studies, Education

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  • Duquesne University is adding a master of science in biotechnology.
  • San Diego State University is starting a bachelor's degree in American Indian studies.
  • The University of Pittsburgh's history and education departments are offering a new master of arts in history educatio
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