Two New Degree Programs to Start This Fall at Kentucky State University

kentucky-stateKentucky State University, the historically Black educational institution in Frankfort, has announced that it has received approval to offer two new degree programs.

Beginning in the fall, the university will offer a master’s degree program in interdisciplinary behavioral sciences. The master’s degree program will offer two different concentrations: psychology or law/forensic psychology. The university expects to enroll 12 full-time and six part-time students in the degree program this fall.

The university will also offer the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program this fall. The program will have a concentration in gerontology and much of the coursework will be conducted online. The university plans to enroll five doctoral students in the program this fall.

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