Board of Regents Approves New Programs
A new minor in multicultural studies at USD will offer students multiple cultural perspectives, while preparing graduates to communicate more effectively within a wide range of majors and career paths. The 18-credit minor requires USD to add three new courses. It expects to graduate about seven students per year after full implementation.
The regents also approved new USD certificate programs for dental hygiene leadership and English language learning. Certificate programs usually require fewer credit hours to complete than a minor. They are developed by packaging a small set of courses that allow students to develop expertise within a focused area of study, addressing identified market and workforce development needs.
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