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Are You Ready for an Accelerated Degree Program?

Fast-paced and coursework-intensive, accelerated degree programs can take you by surprise if you’re not prepared. Because of their expedited format, accelerated classes may demand more of your attention and time than traditional courses. Knowing what to expect from your accelerated degree program can help you prepare for any potential hiccups along the way.

Expect to Do More in Less Time

Accelerated degree programs allow you to complete a degree in less time. For example, instead of finishing a bachelor’s degree in four years, you may be able to complete it in only two or three years. These types of programs are great for adult learners who are looking to advance in their field or start a new career while working full-time.

While completing a degree as quickly as possible may sound great, you’ll be cramming the same amount of coursework into a shorter amount of time. During each term, you can expect to spend more time studying and have less free time. However, if you’re 100% committed to your studies and are driven to achieve your career goals, an accelerated degree program may be right for you.

Become More Organized

Hitting assignment due dates requires an industrious work ethic, and if you’re studying in an accelerated degree program, you’ll need to be even more diligent about staying on track. To prepare for accelerated courses, it’s important to figure out your schedule. Sit down with either a physical agenda or smartphone app, and devise a regimented timetable.

As you enter assignment dates, study times, appointments, work schedules and so on, you may find that you have to pare down your social calendar. When it comes to accelerated degree programs, time management techniques can help you plan each week, so you don’t feel overwhelmed or succumb to procrastination.

Learn More About Accelerated Degree Programs

Get on the fast track toward an undergraduate or graduate degree with accelerated programs from Faulkner University. To discuss your options, contact us today.

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