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CRETE, Neb. (AP) — Doane College in southeast Nebraska's has announced it will begin offering a new three-year undergraduate degree in computer science, math and history.
Doane says it is the first private liberal arts and sciences college in Nebraska to offer a three-year undergraduate degree program that comes backed with a graduation guarantee. The program would save students and their parents on the cost of a college degree.
Students must apply for the program, and eligibility and acceptance are based on GPA, ACT/SAT scores and credits earned prior to enrollment.
The program is set to launch in the fall of 2014, with plans to expand to more areas of study in the future.
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