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ARLINGTON, VA, February 25, 2003

The University of Management and Technology has been approved for Veterans Administration G.I. Bill Education Benefits.

The following UMT programs have been approved: Master of Science in Management, Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Computer Science, Master of Science in Information Technology, Graduate Certificate in Project Management, Executive Certificate in Project Management.

"We're very pleased to be able to offer this program to our students," said UMT Vice President C. Eric Kirkland. "For years, we've had military personnel who have wanted to take our courses, but we have been unable to provide federal assistance to them."

The G.I. Bill program provides up to 36 months of educational benefits for eligible military personnel, both veterans and active duty personnel. Benefits generally are available for 10 years following a person's release from active duty.

"This approval really opens up our courses to many more military personnel, both here in the Washington area and overseas," Dr. Kirkland said. "Our goal is to provide an exceptional educational opportunity for our nation's current and former military personnel. All of our programs are available online, so students are able to logon from anywhere in the world and earn their degree."

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