CED Program to be Offered in Los Angeles

Friday, May 11, 2007
SNHU Communications Office

Southern New Hampshire University will offer its innovative program in community economic development in Los Angeles.

The School of Community Economic Development, in collaboration with CDTech, will offer its nationally renowned master’s degree program in Los Angeles beginning in September. The program is designed for working professionals. Courses are offered during one long weekend per month and online.

CDTech is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting economic opportunities and justice for low-income residents and communities throughout Greater Los Angeles.

The School of CED provides education and training to practitioners, policy makers, community leaders and change agents, and equips them with the knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to have the greatest impact in improving the economic and social well-being of their communities. Students obtain leadership skills needed to build communities and tackle issues of race, poverty and more.

The university’s CED program was founded in 1982 and is the first accredited program in the United States to offer master’s and doctorate degrees in community economic development. The School of CED is accredited by the New England Association for Schools and Colleges and the New Hampshire Postsecondary Education Commission. The program in California has been approved by the State of California Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education. 

Please contact Anthony Poore at 603.644.3123 or a.poore@snhu.edu for more information about SNHU’s School of CED; please contact Denise Fairchild at 213.763.2520 or info@edtech.org for more information about CDTech.

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