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UGA launches online business degree program

By The Associated Press
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- The University of Georgia's business school has launched an online business degree program.<br /> <br /> UGA says the new Terry College of Business Online Bachelor of Business Administration Program is specifically aimed at adult learners and targets full-time employees, military personnel and others who want to upgrade their business skills.<br /> <br /> Applications are open for January enrollment. The program will admit about 40 students each fall, spring and summer term. The school says a typical student will take two classes each term and finish in three years.<br /> <br /> Applicants will be required to have finished 60 credit hours of general education and pre-business courses.<br /> <br /> ---<br /> <br /> Online:<br /> <br /> online.uga.edu.
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