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Please include the year the program was established, approximate number of students who have graduated since it began, approximate number of students graduating each year, and other college/university program or institutions with which the program is closely affiliated.Example: "Established in 1997, the Public, Applied, and Digital History Program at Applewood University admits eight to ten students each year. The program offers an MA in History, with certification in Public History or joint MA in history and archives management. Approximately fifty-five students have graduated from the program, with a current average of seven students graduating annually. A joint MA-MLS with the School of Library Information Science is also available."

Please include the year the program was established, approximate number of students who have graduated since it began, approximate number of students graduating each year, and other college/university program or institutions with which the program is closely affiliated.Example: "Established in 1997, the Public, Applied, and Digital History Program at Applewood University admits eight to ten students each year. The program offers an MA in History, with certification in Public History or joint MA in history and archives management. Approximately fifty-five students have graduated from the program, with a current average of seven students graduating annually. A joint MA-MLS with the School of Library Information Science is also available."

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Please explain how internships are arranged, how many credit hours, if any, are earned for internships, and whether or not they are paid or part of regular coursework.

Fellowships, assistantships (teaching, research, administrative, etc.), internships, scholarships, tuition waivers, in-state tuition status?