BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) -- An Alabama university is expanding its programs in the coastal Georgia town of Brunswick.
The Brunswick News reports that Troy University is expanding its satellite programs in the Georgia community with its School of Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management.
School officials say that beginning this fall, students will be able to obtain a bachelor of science degree in the three areas of concentration - hospitality, sports or tourism management.
Lynn Chapman, area coordinator for the university, says that not all of the classes will be available at the Brunswick site, but courses offered online will augment the classes of full-time faculty in Brunswick.
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