Alabama A&M Boosting Its Online Offerings

This semester Alabama A&M University in Huntsville is expanding its online course offerings. For the first time, the university will offer an online bachelor’s degree in management aimed at the nontraditional student but courses will also be made available to resident students if there are available openings in particular courses.

McDaniel4Larry McDaniel, chair of the department of management and marketing in the College of Business and Public Affairs at Alabama A&M, states, “Students will register online, interact with advisors and professors online, take their general education courses online, and take their major courses online. This project marks the first time that the University has offered a degree program that is totally online, from payment to advising and tutoring.”

The university plans to add an additional online degree program each year over the next several years.

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