Nicole S. Rowe
Administrative Assistant, Public Relations
320 DuPont Highway
New Castle, DE 19720
Administrators at Wilmington University announced this week that their Cumberland County College site would be offering new, flexible daytime courses for undergraduate business students. Cumberland County College students who are interested in enrolling in the Bachelor of Science in Business Management program at Wilmington University (in Vineland, N.J.) are invited to attend the Business Management Information Session on Tuesday, July 24 from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. in the Shirlee and Bernard Brown University Center at Cumberland County College.
Wilmington University’s new daytime undergraduate business courses will combine face-to-face learning with the convenience of online learning to give students added flexibility. Courses, which begin this fall, include Organizational Development, Strategic Management, Labor Relations, and Business Communications, to name a few.
Taught by expert Wilmington University faculty, these ‘hybrid’ courses will include a once a week meeting in-person, coupled with online activities and assignments to be completed outside of class each week. Transfer students from Cumberland who are interested enrolling in one of Wilmington University’s Business courses can transfer up to 75 credits towards their bachelor’s degree. The institution will offer 300- and 400- level courses right in Vineland, N.J. with a variety of day and evening courses to fit any hectic schedule.
To register for the upcoming Information Session visit www.wilmu.edu/july24.
To learn more about Wilmington University in New Jersey visit http://www.wilmu.edu/cumberland/index.aspx.
Published: Saturday, July 21, 2012 - New Castle, DE