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TU Partners with Moultrie Tech

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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

 Thomasville University and Moultrie Tech have now made it easier for students to earn a bachelor's degrees in business.  

Administrators signed a memorandum of understanding on Monday. The understanding clearly states that classes at Moultrie Tech will count toward the business degree programs at Thomas University, in an agreement that both presidents are looking forward to upholding.   

"We're very excited because Thomas University does get a number of transfer students, and particularly from the immediate region so this will ensure that this school will be a feeder to us," said TU President Dr. Gary Bonvillian.

"We appreciate the opportunity that Thomas University is giving our students, we at Moultrie Tech are always looking for more opportunities for our students," said Jim Glass of Moultrie Tech.    

The two educational systems have been working together for years this is just the latest attempt to best equip students to become the business leaders of tomorrow.

 

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