Proposed Graduate Degree Intended to Meet Regional Industry, Government Needs

Academic Leader

A major criticism of higher education institutions is the lack of responsiveness to the populations they serve. Recognizing this criticism and the potential benefits of offering customized programs, the University of Maryland's graduate school recently proposed a new degree: a master of professional studies, a 30-credit interdisciplinary degree. "

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