GMC is offering
an online program
POULTNEY — Green Mountain College announced Wednesday it is launching a new online undergraduate business degree program.
It will offer students the choice of two concentrations: entrepreneurship or sustainable business leadership.
This program is designed to help working professionals who have already completed at least 48 credits of undergraduate courses finish their undergraduate education.
Students will complete an additional 48 credits of core curriculum at GMC to graduate with a bachelor of science.
Students who complete the program are also offered an inside track to a master’s degree.
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