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GIA 2012 Education Catalog Now Available

The 2012 education catalog for GIA (Gemological Institute of America) is now available online and in print. The catalog, entitled "Reach Across the World," features in-depth descriptions of the Institute’s online gemology curriculum, lab classes and on-campus programs throughout the world.

The catalog emphasizes the global scope of the industry with a variety of domestic and international schedules for gemology, design and jewelry manufacturing. It also includes specifics on how to enroll, updated 2012 tuition and fees, and information about scholarships and financial assistance.

Additional catalog features include:

• Details about the GIA Graduate Gemologist, Graduate Diamonds, Graduate Colored Stones, Graduate Pearls and Accredited Jewelry Professional Diploma programs

• Insights on the Graduate Jeweler and Applied Jewelry Arts Diploma programs, and the CAD/CAM for Jewelry and Jewelry Design Certificates

• A guide to GIA eLearning, a media-rich learning experience delivered completely online via integrated text, videos, slide shows, animation and audio

• Descriptions of lab classes held at worldwide GIA campuses that provide training in grading, gem identification and jewelry manufacturing

GIA’s 2012 education catalog reflects the Institute’s mission to serve a wide range of students, including newcomers to the gem and jewelry industry and seasoned professionals who want to expand and fine-tune their skills.

The 2012 education catalog is available online. To request a printed copy, contact GIA Admissions at 800-421-7250, ext. 4001, (760) 603-4001, or email admissions@gia.edu.

For GIA campus location information, please visit: http://www.gia.edu/nav/toolbar/find-locations/index.html.
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