The Chronicle of Higher Education features Lynn's 3-year degree

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Lynn University received a nod from The Chronicle of Higher Education for its accelerated degree program. The article, “Nearly a Fifth of One University’s Students Are on the 3-Year Track,” demonstrates how Lynn has provided a more economical way for students to obtain a private education and keeps its most motivated students engaged and focused. 

The Chronicle cited Lynn's recent study that found that 62 percent of students completed the program within three years and 75 percent completed it in four.

Approximately 20 percent of undergraduate students participate in the three-year degree, saving nearly $50,000 and getting into the workforce one year sooner. Those interested in a master’s degree can participate in the university’s 3+1 program, earning a bachelor’s and master’s in as little as four years. 

Subscribers to The Chronicle of Higher Education can view the full article online or in the April 6 print edition. 

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