Garden City College Considering 4-Year Degrees

KSAL StaffMarch 11, 2014

Garden City Community College officials say the school is discussing the possibility of offering some four-year degrees to students.

The programs would be offered through National American University.

Officials of National American visited Garden City Monday to discuss the baccalaureate programs that could be offered there.

Herbert Swender, president of Garden City Community College, says the school has been in discussions with NAU for a couple of years. He says possibilities for four-year degrees include criminal justice and allied health.

Ron L. Shape, chief executive officer at NAU, says the groups are still in the discussion stage and it will be a few months before any decisions are made. NAU has similar arrangements with other community colleges in Kansas.

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Associated Press information from: The Garden City Telegram

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