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A criminal justice program at the for-profit Globe University has been discontinued following initiation of a lawsuit brought by the Minnesota Attorney General that alleged problems with the program.
The Minnesota Star-Tribune reports:
"The abrupt shutdown of a criminal justice program at Globe University and its sister, Minnesota School of Business, has left existing students wondering about their future.
"The schools, which have been accused of misleading students in the program about their job prospects after graduation, sent an e-mail to students Dec. 30 saying the schools have decided to cease enrollment for the program at their Minnesota campuses. The e-mail says the schools are working to organize a “teach out” of courses for remaining students.
"The announcement is the latest development for the schools, which have been under increasing scrutiny since Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson filed suit accusing them of using high-pressure sales tactics to mislead students about their job prospects after graduation."


 


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