The expression "enrolled in degrees such as," shown above, is what makes the sentence wordy.
What does the word "wordy" mean?
The word "wordy" is used to describe something that is too long, needlessly. Something tiresome, which could be summed up and keep the same relevance.
In the case of the sentence above, the clause "enrolled in degrees such as" makes the sentence very long and could promote a less tiring reading if it were excluded from the sentence.
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