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Mark Coleman, a West Tennessee native, enrolled in WGU Tennessee because he wanted to advance his career and be a role model for his two kids. The online university’s curriculum provided Mark with the flexibility he needed to earn his MBA in Healthcare Management while balancing his career and family
Any working parent knows that juggling a family and job is not easy – take April Carter, for example. WGU Tennessee allowed this mother of two to go back to school without missing out on time with her family. In the past, April attended the University of Indianapolis. Due to
I'm finishing my first six months as WGU's President, and I've already attended seven commencement ceremonies. Most recently, I was in Nashville for WGU Tennessee's third commencement since its inception in 2013.
Kendra Coleman is from Nashville, TN and is receiving her B.A. in Educational Studies from WGU Tennessee. What are you most excited about now that you’ve completed your degree? Earning my degree in educational studies has motivated me to continue my education and pursue my master’s degree. WGU Tennessee gave
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