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Penn State Master’s Program, Local Class Announced

The Pennsylvania State University has finalized and approved a new master’s program in educational technology, the subject of an interest survey recently hosted by Pennsylvania College of Technology. Details are forthcoming about the 33-credit program, which Penn State Continuing Education hopes to offer in a blend of on-site and online courses.

One of the first classes, according to information shared by Henryk R. Marcinkiewicz, Penn College’s associate vice president for academic affairs, Ed Psy 421, will be offered here this fall.

Penn State also has announced a three-credit Leadership in Higher Education graduate course to be taught in Williamsport from Sept. 6-Dec. 6. More information is available by calling 322-5771 or by downloading this flier.

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