Area college to offer 3-year degrees to help students save money

Cedarville University is launching a new program that will allow students to get a bachelor’s degree in three years instead of four.

Cedarville will offer 12 degrees on the three-year track. The programs will all begin in the fall of 2017, according to the university.

Offering three-year bachelor’s degrees is one of Cedarville’s answers to the growing cost of higher education. The three-year programs will allow students to save up to $15,000 on their degree, the university estimates.

The three-year degree programs will have the same graduation requirements as their four-year counterparts, according to the university.

Below is list of the 12 degrees Cedarville University will offer on a three-year track beginning this fall:

1. Communication

2. Biology

3. English

4. Finance

5. History

6. Management

7. Marketing

8. Music

9. Nursing

10. Psychology

11. Social Work

12. Youth Ministry


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