Missouri State University System

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The Missouri State University System is a system of two separately accredited campuses and affiliated programs administered by Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri.[1] In the fall 2012 semester the system had an enrollment of 23,071.[2] The main campus in Springfield is Missouri's second largest university with an enrollment of over 21,000.[3] Missouri State University-West Plains is a separately accredited two-year college offering associates degrees. These two campuses offer other programs at the Missouri State Fruit Experimental Station in Mountain Grove, Missouri. The Missouri State University Branch Campus Dalian also offers an associates degree accredited by the west plains campus and a bachelor of arts accredited by the main campus.[4]

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