UNC Greensboro Introduces Four New Online Business Programs
According to an announcement from the school itself, University of North Carolina at Greensboro's Bryan School of Business and Economics will be introducing four new business school online programs to commence in the upcoming fall semester! The school expects to see a large jump in students in the near future, and have put together these fine new programs to stay ahead of the curve.
The programs are designed to give students flexibility to complete undergraduate or post-baccalaureate certificate programs without having to attend classes on campus, said Joy Bhadury, the school's associate dean of research and graduate programs.
"Our state is slated for a huge bump in the number of students we will need to service," Bhadury said. "Given the constraints on physical resources, delivering online education successfully will be essential for us as a university to educate these students."
Three of the new programs are three 12-unit certificates, in the subjects of Information Technology; Information Assurance, Security and Privacy; and Supply Chain, Logistics and Transportation Management. The last one is a degree-completion program for transfer students looking to complete a B.S. in Business Administration. Interested in this or other top business school online programs? Check out the top online universities at Get Degrees!
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