University of Georgia’s Online Course Enrollment to Increase 32%

The University of Georgia will be expanding its online programs to allow adults to continue their education as well students to graduate at a faster rate. In the first year of online courses, UGA had 1,900 students enroll in summer online courses; enrollment has increased 32% for this year. Students taking advantage of online courses could graduate in three years, in combination with any Advanced Placement credit coming into college. In addition, UGA will be working with faculty to create blended learning courses so that students can view lectures online and therefore work actively in the classroom.

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