One of the ways NAS is working for higher education reform is to build and encourage the development of specialized programs that fill a gap in today's college curriculum. Such programs offer courses in subjects that have been largely neglected by mainstream institutions: American history and freedom, Constitutionalism, Western civilization, free markets, Great Books, and civic leadership.
NAS has compiled a database of these campus-based programs and lists them on the "Excellent Programs" page on our website. Our chairman Steve Balch helped build many of the nearly 50 listed - a large part of the reason the White House honored him with the National Humanities Medal in 2007.
We are always updating our Excellent Programs page; if you haven't seen it yet, check out the newest addition, below. We invite you to browse our list and send the link (/resources/recommended_programs) to interested friends.
The list of programs can be accessed by clicking the blue “Excellent Programs” tab on the left sidebar of the NAS homepage.
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For more information on the degree, or to begin your application, contact Dr. William Kline: email@example.com.
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