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Programs

Graduate Certificates with concentrations in General Administra- tion, Information Resources Management, Public Administration, and Software Engineering Administration.

North Carolina: Central Michigan University is licensed by the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina to conduct for civilians at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, the Master of Science in Administration degree program with a concentration in General Administration, Leadership, and Public Administration; and Kinston Charter Academy, the Master of Arts degree in Education with concentrations in Adult Education and Instruction. Students may obtain a copy of the bond required in North Carolina from their program administration on site.

CMU does not provide health care services at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. Students are responsible for securing their own health care services.

For courses delivered electronically to North Carolina residents, students are provided information regarding faculty/student inter- action, prerequisite technology competencies and skills, technical equipment requirements, and availability of academic support either online at www.cel.cmich.edu/ecampus/default.html or upon registration for each course delivered electronically.

Ohio: Central Michigan University is authorized by the Ohio Board of Regents to deliver degree programs at: Columbus Center to offer the Master of Science in Administration with concentrations in Acquisitions Administration, General Administration, Health Services Administration, Human Resources Administration, Information Resource Administration, Leadership, and Public Administration; and Wright Patterson Air Force Base to offer Master of Science in Administration and Graduate Certificates with concentrations in Acquisitions Administration, General Ad- ministration, Health Services Administration, Human Resources Administration, Information Resource Management, Leadership, and Public Administration.

Tennessee: Central Michigan University is authorized by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. This authorization must be renewed each year and is based on an evaluation by minimum standards concerning quality of education, ethical busi- ness practices, health and safety, and fiscal responsibility. The on-site degree programs available to Chattanooga, Tennessee, residents is the Master of Science in Administration degree with concentrations in General Administration, Health Services Ad- ministration, Human Resources Administration, and Leadership; and the Master of Arts degree in Education with concentrations in Adult Education and Instructional.

The only on-site degree program available to New Horizons, Memphis, Tennessee, residents is the Master of Science in Ad- ministration degree with concentrations in General Administration, Health Services Administration, Human Resources Administration, and Information Resource Management.

In the state of Tennessee, student grievances not resolved at the university level can be addressed to State of Tennessee, Higher Education Commission, Nashville, TN 37243-0830, 615- 741-5293.

Student grievances that are not resolved on the local level or regional level can be forwarded to the office of the Vice President/ Executive Director, ProfEd, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI 48859, 989-774-4456.

Virginia: Central Michigan University is certified by the State Council of Higher Education to deliver degree programs at:

Fort Belvoir to offer the Master of Science in Administration degree and Graduate Certificates with concentrations in Gen- eral Administration, Health Services Administration, Human Resources Administration, Information Resource Management, and Leadership.

Fort Myer to offer the Master of Science in Administration degree and Graduate Certificates with concentrations in Acquisitions Administration, General Administration, Human Resources Admin- istration, Information Resource Management, Leadership, Public Administration, and Software Engineering Administration.

Lawrenceville to offer the Master of Arts degree in Education with concentrations in Adult Education and Instructional; the Master of Science in Administration with concentrations in General Admin- istration and Human Resources Management.

Pentagon to offer the Master of Science in Administration degree and Graduate Certificates with concentrations in Acquisi- tions Administration, General Administration, Human Resources Administration, Information Resource Management, Leadership, and Public Administration.

Richmond to offer the Master of Science in Administration degree and Graduate Certificates with concentrations in Acquisitions Administration, General Administration, Health Services Admin- istration, Human Resources Administration, Information Resource Management, Leadership, and Public Administration; Master of Arts degree in Education with concentrations in Adult Education, Guidance & Development, and Instructional; Master of Arts in Counseling; and Master of Public Administration.

In the state of Virginia, student grievances not resolved at the university level can be addressed to Commonwealth of Virginia, State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, James Monroe Building, 101 North Fourteenth Street, Richmond, VA 23219, 804-225-2600.

Ontario: The following clarification statement is required by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. The Min- istry of Training, Colleges and Universities does not certify that this program meets Ontario university standards. The program of study being offered in Ontario is equivalent to the program being offered by the institution in its home jurisdiction. This program is offered under the written consent of the Minister of Training, Col- leges and Universities granted for the period from 3/August/2004 to 3/August/2009. An application for renewal of the consent has been submitted and the current consent remains in effect until a decision on the renewal application is made. Prospective student are responsible for satisfying themselves that the program and the degree will be appropriate to their needs (e.g., acceptable to potential employers, professional licensing bodies or other educational institutions.)”

Central Michigan University and ProfEd are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Students will generally find that CMU credits are transferable to any institution that accepts credits from regionally accredited institutions, provided that the credits requested for transfer are relevant to the program the students plan to pursue. Students should contact any institution to which they may want to transfer credit to determine transferability..

Program Initiation and Administration

Programs offered by CMU outside the state of Michigan are initi- ated at the request of a corporation, an association, governmental agency or another organization, which serves as a sponsor of the program.

When planning a program, ProfEd typically identifies student needs and determines needed courses, course formats, and advis- ing schedules. The program format is determined by the number of interested students, the availability of faculty, the availability of instructional facilities, and, where pertinent, organizational work patterns. Arrangements are then made for instructors and for space and support resources.

ProfEd is administered by a Vice President/Executive Director. There are five major divisions within ProfEd: Academic and Profes- sional Programs, Technology, Human Capital and Organizational Services, Finance, and Enrollment Management.

Facilities and Equipment. At most out-of-state locations, of- fice space, equipment and classroom space are provided on site

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