OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Fall 2010 enrollment figures released from the Kansas Board of Regents reports overall enrollment at the KU Edwards Campus held steady from the previous year, with two Edwards Campus programs, social work and business, seeing significant increases.
The School of Social Welfare was up 19 percent and the School of Business was up 14 percent. These increases reflect enrollment in both undergraduate and graduate programs on the Edwards Campus.
“We are very pleased with the enrollment of our new Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program, which launched this past spring semester,” said Bob Clark, vice chancellor of the Edwards Campus. “The BBA enrollment reflects 86 percent of the business school enrollment increase here at Edwards.”
The bachelor of business is the first program supported by the Johnson County Education and Research Triangle initiative