Coppin State University to Offer Fully Online Bachelor’s Degree Program in Management

Coppin State University in Baltimore is now offering it first fully online bachelor’s degree program. The university has several online courses but this will be the first degree program that can be taken totally online.

Beginning this September, students can enroll in the online bachelor’s degree program in management that was designed in conjunction with Pearson Learning Solutions.

Provost Ronnie Collins stated, “This online program will provide students with more options to complete their degrees and move on to successful careers.”

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