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Students Transferring To Georgia Gwinnett College Won't Lose Credits

Students Transferring To Georgia Gwinnett College Won't Lose Credits

Update: 2021-11-09
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www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Students who change majors or transfer into another college or university tend to lose credits and take extra time to graduate. But Georgia Gwinnett College has a solution for that, saving students time and money.

A new bachelor’s degree at GGC allows students to keep the credits they have earned and progress toward graduation without loss of time. The recently introduced Bachelors of Integrative Studies (BIS) is a multi-disciplinary program that requires students to complete three major concentrations, or two concentrations and a minor, thus giving them the skills to compete in a wide range of careers.

“This degree allows students to finish what they started,” said Dr. Teresa Winterhalter, dean of GGC’s School of Liberal Arts. “Job prospects for students with a degree in integrative studies are excellent.”

SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com
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Students Transferring To Georgia Gwinnett College Won't Lose Credits

Students Transferring To Georgia Gwinnett College Won't Lose Credits

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