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Celebrate This Independence Day with New Career Opportunities

July 02, 2021 by Karen Grossman |

With UNC Greensboro’s Master of Education in Teacher Education: Instructional Technology, you’ll have job options in nearly any field.

The online MEd in Teacher Education: Instructional Technology prepares students for jobs as instructional designers and training specialists in a variety of

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New Degree Pays Off

June 30, 2021 by Mandy Byrd |

Earning a bachelor’s degree and getting K–6 licensure opened up doors for Candace.

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How Much Time Should You Commit To An Online Degree?

Online learning requires organization and self-discipline. You may have to fit study around work and family, setting your own schedule to make sure you get assignments in on time.

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How to finish college as an adult student

June 23, 2021 by UNCG Online |

Finishing college is hard. Finishing it as an adult is even harder. If it was easy, a lot more people would do it. Face it, you’re likely juggling a full-time job and caring for kids, parents, or both.

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Transfer Application Deadline Fast Approaching

June 18, 2021 by Mandy Byrd |

A friendly reminder to prospective transfer* students: The transfer application deadline is less than four weeks away! If you’re applying for the Fall 2021 semester, be sure to submit all application materials by July 15.

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Earn the RN to BSN Online in One Year

June 15, 2021 by Karen Grossman |

If you’re a registered nurse thinking about earning your bachelor’s degree, UNC Greensboro’s part-time program makes it possible. Finish in one year with the Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). The program is now fully online with no set class times, so you can

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How many online courses should you take each semester? Take this Quiz to find out.

June 10, 2021 by UNCG Online |

Let’s face it. Going to — and finishing — college isn’t easy. It takes a lot of hard work, research, reading, writing, presenting, and learning to complete a degree. For those adults who know they want to pursue a college education — whether it’s an undergraduate or graduate degree, or a

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