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    • M.A. in Anthropology 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (1971-02-01)
      Resolved, that the Faculty Senate approves the proposed Master of Arts program in Anthropology.
    • M.A. in Dance 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (1970-03-23)
      Comprehensive proposal detailing the requirements for an academic major in Dance leading to the degree of Master of Arts.
    • M.A. in French 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (1971-02-01)
      Resolved, that the Faculty Senate approves the proposed Master of Arts program in French.
    • M.A. in Sociology 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (1971-02-01)
      Resolved, that the Faculty Senate approves the proposed Master of Arts program in Sociology with the recommendation that two additional staff members at the senior level be made available to the Department of Sociology to ...
    • M.A. in Spanish 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (1971-02-01)
      Resolved, that the Faculty Senate approves the proposed Master of Arts program in Spanish.
    • M.A. in Theatre 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (1973-04-23)
      A proposal for a Master of Arts in Theatre was moved, seconded and passed.
    • M.S. in Bilingual Education 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (1982-12-13)
      The purpose of this program is to provide professional and academic preparation as a means of obtaining a bilingual (Spanish/English) extension to a certificate to teach in the elementary grades or as a means of obtaining ...
    • M.S. in Education (Higher Education) 

      Executive Committee (1970-06-26)
      Resolved that the Faculty Senate approve the M.S. in Education (Higher Education).
    • M.S. in Education - Elementary Mathematics Education Program 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (1970-12-14)
      Approved the Master of Science in Education - Elementary Mathematics Education Program.
    • M.S. in Education: Secondary 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (1972-05-08)
      Revision of existing degree of Master of Science in Education: Secondary, focused on the program of study with specific courses in liberal arts and sciences, professional education, and a free elective.
    • Ma / lyric by Sidney Clare ; music by Con Conrad. 

      Clare, Sidney, 1892-1972 (Fred Fisher, Inc., 1921)
    • Ma curly-headed babby : part song / G. H. Clutsam. 

      Clutsam, George H., 1866-1951 (Chappell-Harms, Inc., 1897)
    • MA in Dance 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (2001-10-29)
    • MA in Psychology with Emphasis in Child Life Studies 

      College Senate (SUNY Brockport, College Senate, 2022)
      The proposed program is the addition of a track to our existing psychology graduate degree that provides an emphasis in the field of child life studies. The purpose of the new track is to prepare interested students in our ...
    • Ma lady Lu : a darky love lament / words by Chas. W. Doty ; music by Edwin S. Brill. 

      Doty, Charles (The Chas. B. Ward Music Publishing Co., 1899)
    • MA/LS Curricular Changes 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (1982-05-24)
      Eliminates the requirement that all courses be interdisciplinary and the requirement for an introductory seminar. Add a capstone project course, defines the distribution of hours and required courses, discontinues the ...
    • Mabel McCagg Webster 

      Unknown author (1922-01-01)
      Mabel McCagg Webster, Class of 1922, form the Stylus commencement issue.
    • Mabel McCagg Webster, Class of 1922 

      Unknown author (1922-01-01)
      Mabel McCagg Webster, Class of 1922. Mabel was from Garland and commuted to Brockport by horse and buggy; learn more about the early '20s at Brockport in this interview.
    • Macedonian Pottery Sellers, Native Dress 

      Unknown author (1924-01-01)
      Yugoslavia. Uskup. Macedonian Pottery (water jug) Sellers, Native Dress. (1924)
    • Macedonian Turks in Wheat Market; Houses 

      Unknown author (1924-09-01)
      Yugoslavia. Monastir. Macedonian Turks in Wheat Market; Houses. (September 1924)