(June 25, 2007)—The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor launches its first doctoral program Monday.
Twenty-one students are enrolled in the doctorate of education program offered through the UMHB College of Education.
“Moving this university into the realm of doctoral programs has been the desire of many people for many years, and we are pleased to be able to provide this next level of higher education,” University President Dr. Jerry G. Bawcom said
The students enrolled in the program will earn 60 credit hours by attending classes one weekend per month and summer institutes, which involve travel and coursework, over a three-year period.
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