Accelerated Degrees Introduced By CollegeAmerica To Graduate Faster
CollegeAmerica has introduced accelerated degree programs in a variety of high demand fields to help students graduate faster. These programs allow students to complete an accelerated Associate's degree in 20 months or less and a Bachelor's degree in 36 months or less.
- Cheyenne, WY (1888PressRelease) July 08, 2010 - In a decision that will help students graduate faster, CollegeAmerica has introduced accelerated degree programs in a variety of high demand fields.
The college allows students to complete an accelerated Associate's degree in 20 months or less, while a Bachelor's degree can be earned in 36 months or less on a fast track.
CollegeAmerica's FastFlex program is another feather in its cap. Under this program, students are offered courses that are both fast and flexible. Graduates have the flexibility of spending part of their time studying at home and part attending classes on campus. Since these courses can be completed on an accelerated mode as well, they allow students to graduate that much faster.
Some of the popular degrees offered by the college on a fast-track are:
• Associate Degree in Nursing, which is a 20-month program (Denver only).
• Bachelor of Science in Accounting, which can be completed in 36 months.
• Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, which can be earned in 36 months.
• Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, which can be completed in 36 months.
These accelerated degrees cater to the very important demand of students for a speedy entry into the workforce. Besides many students who enroll in fast-track degrees are working professionals, moms with small children, or individuals with other responsibilities who can ill-afford to spend four years on earning a college degree.
But just because a degree can be completed in a shorter span of time than usual, doesn't mean that the quality of education imparted is questionable or the knowledge acquired is half-baked. What it means is that the coursework is much more intensive in an accelerated program and students are required to work at a fast pace to finish it. In many cases, it also means no or fewer semester breaks and little time for extra curricular activities like sports, music, drama, etc.
However, if you can keep up with the demanding schedule of an accelerated program, it has the potential to catapult you into a successful career much earlier than your peers.
For details on these accelerated degrees, call at 1-800-622-2894 or visit http://www.collegeamerica.edu to request more information.
Established in 1964 and today having six campuses, CollegeAmerica prides itself on producing highly trained and skilled graduates for a wide range of high demand jobs. Offering degree programs in Business, Information Technology, Graphic Arts and Healthcare, the college continues to provide quality education to generations of students.