INDIANAPOLIS (Recorder) Martin University will transition to eight-week accelerated courses, the school announced Sept. 18.
The nonprofit liberal arts institution will start by transitioning three courses — Student Success in Higher Education, Microcomputer Applications and College Composition — on Oct. 7. They will be taught Thursday, Friday and Saturday, respectively, and begin at 9 a.m. at Martin University, 2186 N. Sherman Drive.
All courses will change to an eight-week format in the fall of 2020 and will be taught in person and online.
“We are excited about the launch of this new student-centered approach that will allow students to potentially complete their degrees in less time,” said Dr. Sean Huddleston, president of Martin University. “The benefit to our current and future students will be phenomenal.”
INDIANAPOLIS (Inside Indiana Business) — Martin University in Indianapolis says the institution will start to 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.
“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.”