UGA to offer more undergrad courses online

ATHENS — The University of Georgia is increasing the number of undergraduate courses it offers online.

The school will feature more classes online beginning this summer.

Georgia has trailed many other schools in moving into online learning. For years it has taught only a limited number of online courses or certificate programs.

But vice president Laura Jolly says Georgia is now making it a priority to develop a stronger online curriculum.

This summer, the university will teach 34 courses popular with or required of undergraduates.

The tuition rate for the new courses hasn't been set.


kevin 1 year, 3 months ago

This blog should be under "State education." Anyway, this is one of those famous "pay to play" schemes where the grad rate is about 99.5%.


Why_not 1 year, 3 months ago

Learn a little about the subject before commenting....online learning is a common thing in education now.


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