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Knowledge Management programs and degrees at universities and colleges

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On the KM Jobs Group on Linkedin Ramin Assa (Innovation & Thought Leadership, Washington D.C. Metro Area) asks

“What universities and colleges, besides Kent State and Columbia, offer specific Knowledge Management programs and degrees?”.

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Ramin Assa: What universities and colleges, besides Kent State and Columbia, offer specific Knowledge Management programs and degrees?. ‘KM Jobs’ Linkedin Group, 5/2013.

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