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Linn State joins forces with Central Methodist

Beginning in January, Linn State Technical College graduates can take more classes at the Osage County campus — and work toward a bachelor’s degree from Fayette-based Central Methodist University.

Linn State President Donald Claycomb and Central Methodist President Marianne Inman signed an agreement on Tuesday creating that opportunity.

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The agreement creates a number of 8-week courses, offered at night and on weekends, so students can continue their education while working full time.

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