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BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi College may offer classes in Brookhaven for the fall 2014 semester, allowing area residents to pursue a master's degree without having to travel to the university's main campus in Clinton.
The Daily Leader reports (http://bit.ly/1eX9BxB ) college officials met recently with local interests to talk about a plan to establish a presence in Brookhaven.
The college's director of field experiences, Rachel Peeples, says several master's level programs may be offered. The program may begin with one course offering in the fall focused on elementary education.
Proposed courses for the fall semester would include teaching elementary and junior high mathematics and technology in education.
Information from: The Daily Leader, http://www.dailyleader.com
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