JSU to begin offering classes in Madison tomorrow
Published: May 27,2013
MADISON — Jackson State University will open its new campus in Madison tomorrow.
JSU president Carolyn W. Meyers and other university officials will be on hand for the grand opening.
JSU officials say day classes as well as evening, weekend and online courses will be offered.
There will be 11 undergraduate courses offered during the first and second summer sessions and five graduate courses offered during the eight-week graduate session.
JSU says classes will be offered in business, criminal justice, education, health care administration, human resource development, philosophy, principle-centered leadership and technology.
JSU officials say they expect about 300 students this summer and 500 in the fall.
Officials say the summer sessions are a good way for JSU to develop the Madison site and determine the needs of the students.
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