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Last update: 4/15/08

[University of Wisconsin-Green Bay News Release]

For Immediate Release:

April 15, 2008

Seminar will explain UW-Green Bay's Adult Degree program

GREEN BAY-An adviser from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will give a free presentation about the University's Adult Degree Program at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 22 in Room 111 at the Fox Valley Technical College Learning Center, 1979 Godfrey Drive.

Anyone wishing to enhance his or her education or career goals is welcome to attend the seminar.

UW-Green Bay's Adult Degree Program provides opportunities that are convenient and accessible for adult learners to earn a bachelor's degree in ways that work with job and family responsibilities.

The program features three bachelor's degree options, offering courses on Saturdays, online and in the evening.

The Bachelor of Applied Studies degree is designed specifically for graduates with an associate degree from a Wisconsin technical college. This degree will allow students to transfer in 60 credits, allowing students to start as a junior at UW-Green Bay and then complete an area of emphasis in a field that interests you.

The Bachelor of Business Administration degree for adult learners offers courses on Saturdays or online with several of the major courses offered in the evening on weekdays, one night per week. Adult students can now earn this degree at UW-Green Bay without coming to campus on weekdays during the day and without negotiating with employers for time away from work.

The Bachelor of Arts degree is an option for students transferring in coursework, but without a degree, or for someone with an associate degree that is designed for transfer to a four-year school. This is also an option for adult learners who are coming to college for the first time. Featuring the Interdisciplinary Studies major, the Bachelor of Arts degree offers a path toward a diploma that will help working adults in the Waupaca area to reach their educational and professional goals.

Courses are also offered in Appleton at the UW Northeast Wisconsin Learning Center on the campus of Fox Valley Technical College.

Call (920) 465-2423 or (800) 621-2313, or visit online at www.uwgb.edu/adultdegrees to learn more about opportunities to earn a bachelor's degree from UW-Green Bay.

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08-94 | Contact: Mike Heine heinem@uwgb.edu, (920) 465-2526



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