What’s the difference between the traditional program and the accelerated program?

What’s the difference between the traditional program and the accelerated program?

The traditional program and the accelerated program are both four semesters long, and each track covers the same classes and amount of material. However, the traditional program begins in the fall semester and takes two years to complete (a fall and spring semester followed by another fall and spring semester). The coursework in the accelerated program may be completed in less than 18 months, as it begins in the spring semester, includes a special full-length summer semester, and finishes with a typical fall-spring semester academic year.