Many colleges are beginning to incorporate online degree programs to their curriculums. The University of Georgia is no exception.
The UGA Terry College of Business may be offering its first online degree program next fall, as reported by OnlineAthens.com. The Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business degree could be available for students who have already completed their first two years of basic college courses. Students could enter the two-year “degree completion program” after completing their first two years of basic college courses.
The target size for the first group class is 40, but total enrollment should reach about 500 students in the 2018 academic year, according to Terry College planners.
UGA already has a host of online degrees through various colleges: the College of Veterinary Medicine, the College of Pharmacy and the College of Education. They also offer basic required courses online in math, biology, English, education and business.
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