Martin University in Indianapolis says the institution will soon transition its classes to eight-week accelerated courses. Provost Dr. Lashun Aron-Smith said the change supports the needs of working and post-traditional students.
An introductory term will launch October 7 and offer three courses. The courses will include: Student Success in Higher Education, Microcomputer Applications, and College Composition.
All in-person and online classes will change to an eight-week structure in fall 2020.
“Martin University’s students are post-traditional learners who desire an accelerated education,” said Aron-Smith. “This new accelerated course offers students, particularly working adults, the opportunity to graduate at a quicker pace while maintaining the rigor and quality of a college education.”