TOPPENISH, Wash. -- Heritage University will be expanding its online academic programs after getting a $2.4 million boost from the government.
The grant is from the U.S. Department of Education.
Beginning fall semester, students in selected programs will be able to complete their graduate studies without entering a classroom.
Classes for the new online Master of Education in Professional Studies in Teaching and Learning with Professional Certification (ProCert) begin Aug 13.
Scholarships for the new program will be available for qualified students.
Heritage currently offers online Bachelor and Master of Arts degree programs in English.
Prospective graduate students interested in either the online or traditional programs can call (509) 865-8508 for more information.