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program that is right for you. Then you can
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You may also view Course
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seven years. Students generally follow the bulletin in effect
at the time of their initial registration at CMU or another
regionally accredited two- or four-year institution.
Following consultation with an advisor, students may elect to
follow a more current bulletin.
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