HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Marshall University will debut an online degree in general business this fall.
The bachelor of art’s degree will be designed specifically for students who work or have family responsibilities. It’s also aimed at transfer students who may not be able to regularly attend classes on the Huntington campus.
The university says academic advisers will tailor an online plan for individual students, including course registration in several business disciplines. Marshall says the online program will give students the same learning experience as their on-campus counterparts but with more flexibility and convenience.
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