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Assistant Dean of Multidisciplinary Humanities Dr. W. Travis McMaken said, “The Lindenwood University School of Humanities is committed to helping students access the traditional and online programs they need to prepare for every future.”
"We're very pleased that our program has received this kind of distinction again. It's important to offer affordable programs for working adults seeking to advance their careers in the public sector,” said Dr. Jeanie Thies, director of the Master of Public Administration program.