Bethune-Cookman University Adds Seven Degree Programs

Bethune-CookmanSealBethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida, has announced that is adding seven new degree programs. The additions will bring the university’s degree program total to 44.

Among the seven new degree programs are six online offerings. The university will add online bachelor’s degree programs in psychology, accounting, international studies, and information systems management. New online master’s degree programs in criminal justice and exceptional student education also will be offered.

The university also will add an on-campus master of public health degree program. Bethune-Cookman University also stated that it plans to offer two new doctoral programs within the next year.

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