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Austin Peay adds six online degree programs

With online classes in high demand, Austin Peay is adding six new Web-based programs available in Fall 2004.

This is an exciting time for online education at APSU, says Dr. Stanley Groppel, dean of extended and distance education. The program has experienced phenomenal growth, both in numbers of course sections and students, during its few years of existence. Currently, we have more than 3,500 students enrolled in APSU online courses.

The new programs are:
With online classes in high demand, Austin Peay is adding six new Web-based programs available in Fall 2004.

“This is an exciting time for online education at APSU,” says Dr. Stanley Groppel, dean of extended and distance education. “The program has experienced phenomenal growth, both in numbers of course sections and students, during its few years of existence. Currently, we have more than 3,500 students enrolled in APSU online courses.”

The new programs are:

•Bachelor of Science in computer science and information technology with a concentration in Internet and Web technology or database administration
•Bachelor of Science in computer science and information technology with a concentration in information systems
•Bachelor of Science in political science
•Master of Education with concentrations in curriculum and instruction, leadership specialization, teaching and learning
•Master of Health Services Administration from the department of health and human performance
•Master of Science in Nursing (RODP)

Current online programs include majors in management technology, an A.A.S. in police science and administration, a B.S. in computer science and information systems with a concentration in information systems, a Bachelor of Professional Studies and an M.A. in corporate communication.
—Rebecca Mackey