Degree Programs

Some articles on degree programs, program, degree, degree program, programs:

St. Peter's Seminary (Diocese Of London, Ontario) - Programs - Degree Programs
... Bachelor of Arts Program in Philosophy through King's University College Theology Degree Programs Master of Divinity Advanced (M.Div advanced) Master ...
The Johns Hopkins University SAIS Bologna Center - Degree Programs Offered
... The Master of Arts in International Relations is a two-year program ... After completing the first year of the MA program, candidates for the MAIA spend their second year in Bologna where they complete further courses, and ... Public Policy - MIPP The MIPP is a one year degree course held at the Bologna Center aimed at mid career professionals working in the field of international ...
De Paul University School Of Computer Science, Telecommunications And Information Systems - History
... Initial degree offerings for CTI included undergraduate and graduate degree programs in Computer Science (Which is taught by Jean Philippe Labruyere) Telecommunications and ... Science in Distributed Systems, and another joint program – this time a Bachelor of Arts in Computing with DePaul’s School for New Learning ... Another new degree program was added in each of the next two academic years ...
St Andrew's Greek Orthodox Theological College - Degree Programs
... St Andrew's currently offers the following accredited programs Bachelor of Theology (with an honours program available), Master of Arts, Master of Theology, and a Basic Unit of Clinical ... Honours programs for the Master of Arts, Master of Theology, and doctoral programs can be undertaken through the Sydney College of Divinity ...

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