UW-Green Bay Expands Accelerated Degree OptionsGreen Bay, Wis.— Post-COVID, businesses and organizations have identified the need for a nimble workforce. Education empowers agility. UW-Green Bay expands accelerated degree options to better leverage education for working adults.With accelerated courses, working adults can focus on fewer courses at a time, making it easier for them to progress in their goals while balancing a busy life of family and work. Accelerated courses are available in 7-week formats versus a more traditional 14-week format, which means an adult learner may be able to complete six credits to twelve credits in a semester rather than three to six credits to complete their degree faster. Courses are also guaranteed online. Accelerated degrees have a pathway or emphasis that has 100% accelerated courses.
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