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An informational meeting about earning a master’s degree in education from Southwest Minnesota State University will be held at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 7 in room 201 at New Ulm High School.
Southwest Minnesota State University will be offering its off-campus master’s in education program beginning in the fall semester, 2012. This learning community focuses on effective practice in teacher leadership. Cohort groups will meet one weekend per month in New Ulm, and the degree can be earned in under two years.
A representative from the Graduate Office at Southwest Minnesota State University will be on hand to answer all questions about the master’s program.
For further information, call the Graduate Office at 507-537-6819.
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