You’re the kind of student who has a clear idea where you’re headed after college. Maybe it’s graduate school, law school, or medical school. Or maybe a career in a specific field, like accounting, education, or the sciences. Now, no matter what your goals are, Manchester University’s new Fast Forward program can help you get there faster than ever before.
Fast Forward gives you the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree in just three years. You’ll take the same number of classes as you would in a four-year program, but with a more aggressive fall and spring schedule, January session, two summer sessions, and online classes. Fast Forward provides all the benefits of a four-year degree, while allowing you to save as much as $25,000 in tuition, fees, room and board.
The Fast Forward program is available for students in every major, so you can start your career immediately after graduation or begin graduate school a year earlier.
The Fast Forward program isn’t for everyone. But it may be exactly what you need. If you’re dedicated, motivated, and ready for a challenge, it’s a great way to get a head start on your future. How does Fast Forward work? Read some frequently asked questions.
Fast Forward in the news
The Wall Street Journal: “When Samantha Chapman chose to go to Manchester University last year, there was one big deciding factor: The Indiana school had a new program that would let her speed to a bachelor's degree in just three years, saving her family about $10,000.”