Claflin University Expands Its Online Degree Program

Claflin_LogoClaflin University, the historically Black educational institution in Orangeburg, South Carolina, has announced the establishment of a new online master’s degree program in curriculum and instruction as part of its Claflin Online initiative.

Students will be able to obtain their master’s degree in education in as little as 18 months. There are two eight-week sessions during both the fall and spring semester and two six-week sessions during the summer months.

Claflin Online was launched a year ago and offers bachelor’s degrees in criminal justice and organizational management, as well as an online MBA program.

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