When choosing an online degree program, speak to current students and professionals in your desired field, think about your goals and schedule, determine which major is best through salary and interest, look at a school's accreditation and don't forget to consider job outlook.
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8 Tips for Choosing the Right Online Degree Program

September 22nd, 2015 by

College Student Studying OnlineMany modern students decide to pursue online degrees for a variety of reasons. Accredited online colleges offer a range of programs and courses that can help students earn a degree, advance their careers and increase their earning potential.[...] Read More...

Why Stay-at-Home Moms Love Online Education

September 8th, 2015 by

Mom At Laptop With BabyMany parents want to serve as an example for their children and showcase why it is important to work hard and get ahead. In addition, many mothers are eager to boost their own careers and increase their earning potential in order to provide a better life for their families. By earning a college degree, you can accomplish all of these goals at the same time.[...] Read More...

6 Ways Online Education Can Boost Your Career

August 18th, 2015 by

College Student Studying on ComputerIt is no secret that an online career can be an incredibly beneficial choice for individuals. Whether you want to earn an associate degree right out of high school, you want to earn a bachelor’s degree while caring for family or you want to earn a master’s degree while working full-time, online degree programs allow you to fit your education into any schedule.[...] Read More...

6 Ways to Make the Most of Your Online Education Experience

July 23rd, 2015 by

Online Student at ComputerOnline education continues to grow in the United States and around the world, and it is easy to see why. The convenience and flexibility of online study means that students in rural areas or those with busy lives can still have the opportunity to pursue an advanced education and get ahead in life.[...] Read More...

Take Your Associate Degree up a Notch by Earning a Bachelor’s Degree

May 8th, 2014 by

Online Student in PinkAlmost everyone understands, inherently, that there is tremendous value associated with a college degree. While there are always exceptions to the rule, most individuals in the United States will see their income increase along with their education. While a high school diploma is the first step, a college education is always better. While an undergraduate degree can help you get your foot in the door, a master’s will make you eligible for the top positions in the field.[...] Read More...

More California Students Applying For Financial Aid

February 28th, 2014 by

After years of rapidly increasing tuition fees, a record number of Californian students are currently making use of college financial aid. Over the last six years, the number of Californian students applying for federal financial aid increased by close to 74% according to the United States Department of Education. A number of colleges saw even bigger increases. California State University, for example, saw an increase of 81% in the number of students applying for financial aid for education.[...] Read More...

UMES Appoints New Head Of Online Education

February 27th, 2014 by

The University of Maryland East Shore has appointed Dr. Kristine Anderson to lead an aggressive expansion plan to provide online tuition to students who are looking for a distance-education alternative. Dr. Anderson was previously employed by the Pennsylvania-based Mount Aloysius College, where she was in charge of the institution’s distance and online education office. Before that, she was involved in federal distance education research for the United States military.[...] Read More...

How an Online Education Can Help You Land a Job

January 3rd, 2014 by

There are many ways in which an online education can help you get a job, or increase your prospects of promotion. A report on the ReadWrite website recently discussed the slowly increasing availability of jobs that recognize online education at degree equivalent as well as an actual four year college degree.[...] Read More...

Earning Your Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education Online

September 11th, 2013 by

Teachers are widely believed to have one of the most challenging yet rewarding careers out there. Teachers in special education, however, may have an even tougher and fulfilling type of employment. If you have ever thought about becoming a teacher to students with language, developmental or learning disabilities, then this career path could be the perfect one for you. The education and the actual job itself are far from easy, but the rewards may be worth it for you.[...] Read More...

Become a Better Teacher with the Online Master of Science in Special Ed

July 22nd, 2013 by

Teaching is one of the most interesting, challenging and fulfilling types of employment in the world. Whether you are teaching adults or children, you will know that the work you do each days helps others to excel, prepare for the future and enjoy a better life. Some students, particularly those with learning disabilities or educational challenges, require extra help.[...] Read More...

Lynda Weinman Discusses Online Education

February 28th, 2013 by

When most people think of online education, they immediately think of college courses offered through online institutes and universities. However, it is important to realize that online education is a much broader industry. Even if you have never heard of Lynda Weinman until now, you have probably heard of her 20-year old company, Lynda.com. This website offers online courses in everything from using Photoshop to learning a new language, and it is one of the key players in restructuring the way that we think about education.[...] Read More...