October 11, 2013---The College of Business and Economics Adult Degree Completion (ADC) program at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls has enabled adult students to reach their goal of earning a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration since 2010. From an initial enrollment of 20 students, ADC has seen consistent growth and has reached a milestone of 100 students enrolled this semester. Some 17 students have already graduated from the program.
The Adult Degree Completion program focuses on providing the tools necessary to help students start and complete their degree. These services include strategic program advising, prior learning assessment, and flexible class formats on campus, online, and condensed-format course offerings held at the conveniently located UW-River Falls Hudson Center, 2501 Hanley Road, Suite 200, Hudson.
The ADC program is designed for adult students seeking to complete their undergraduate degree. By providing unique services, individualized attention, and academic support, ADC meets the needs of adults in the St. Croix Valley and makes achieving an undergraduate degree in business administration as a non-traditional adult student attainable.
For more information, visit www.NowInHudson.com, or contact Michael Bilden, Adult Degree Completion program director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-425-3335.