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TWU to offer three new online degrees
DENTON —The Texas Woman’s University Office of Lifelong Learning has announced the addition of three new degrees to TWU’s online roster in 2010. The bachelor of science/bachelor of arts in criminal justice and the master of arts in drama will begin in the spring, with the master of science in nutrition beginning in fall 2010.
The bachelor’s degree in criminal justice is an undergraduate completion degree geared toward transfer students who have completed their core requirements or those who have an associate’s degree. Potential students have the option of earning either a bachelor of science or a bachelor of arts degree. For more information about this program, contact Dr. James Williams at (940) 898-2051 or email@example.com.
The master of arts in drama, a currently existing degree, is being moved to the online format in order to meet the needs of nontraditional students who are not available for daytime classes. This degree will feature 50 percent of the classes online, with the remainder of the coursework offered through evening courses and a mixture of in-class meetings with online work. For more information about this program, contact Sharon Benge at (940) 898-2518 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The master of science in nutrition degree will begin online in fall 2010. The program also will continue to be offered in a classroom setting. The distance education version will be available 100 percent online with no on-campus requirements. For more information about this program, contact Dr. Chandan Prasad at (940) 898-2636 or email@example.com.
These additional degrees bring the number of TWU distance education degree offerings to 25.
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