New two-year, full-time program to start in summer 2012

The University of Virginia's Darden School of Business and Curry School of Education has announced it will launch the Curry-Darden MBA/MEd in Innovation in Education Reform in summer 2012.

According to the university, the new two-year, full-time, dual-degree program is designed for "education reform leaders" who "will revolutionize education in this country in a variety of ways." The estimated 15 students on the program will take 52.5 credit hours from Darden and 30 credit hours from Curry.

For more information, please visit the program website.

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