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Appalachian proposes to offer off-campus middle grades education degree at CCC&TI

BOONE—Appalachian State University proposes to offer a degree completion program leading to a bachelor of science degree in middle grades/6-9 education with teacher licensure to begin in August 2007 at Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute.

Interested individuals are encouraged to attend an information session on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 6:30 p.m., in Building. H Room 321 at CCC&TI.

Appalachian faculty and administrative staff members will discuss how a college transfer student with the freshman and sophomore years of coursework (included in the associate of arts or associate of science degree offerings) may complete the junior and senior years leading to the degree at CCC&TI.

Courses in Appalachian’s off-campus programs are typically taught two nights per week (an average of six semester hours per term). The current tuition rate for the 2006-07 academic year is $84 per credit hour for in-state students.

For more information, call Appalachian’s Office of Extension and Distance Education at (800) 355-4084.