Completing a liberal arts degree online is a great choice that can let you study a wide range of subjects, widen your career path, teach you how to think critically and increase your communication skills.
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5 Ways You’ll Benefit From an Online Liberal Arts Degree

June 28th, 2017 by

Earn a Liberal Arts Degree OnlineOne of the most underrated college degrees out there is in the field of liberal arts. This is a general degree that encompasses a wide range of subjects. If you earn a liberal arts degree online, you’ll study subjects like English, communications, philosophy, anthropology, and sociology. Unfortunately, some people still view this degree as a mistake. In reality, earning a liberal arts degree can offer a number of benefits. Explore just five of the many reasons that an online liberal arts degree is most definitely worth it![...] Read More...

How to Juggle Being a Stay-at-Home Mom with Going Back to School Online

February 22nd, 2017 by

Stay-at-Home Mom Working on Her Online DegreeFor many stay-at-home moms, the prospect of heading back to school is daunting. While it may be physically impossible to attend classes on a campus while caring for your family, online education is still a possibility. Juggling online courses and home life can still be challenging, which is why these tips can make it easier for you to balance it all.[...] Read More...

5 Reasons Online Education Works for Active Duty Military and Transitioning Veterans

April 28th, 2016 by

Military Student in Fatigues with BooksServing in the military is an admirable career choice, and the sacrifices our service men and women make for the entire country are infinite. Fortunately, there is at least one sacrifice these dedicated men and women don’t have to make while serving their country – getting their education.[...] Read More...

Earning an Online Degree Makes Sense in Today’s Fast-Paced World

March 15th, 2016 by

Online College StudentIf you want to earn your college degree in practically any field of study, you have more choices than ever before. With the growth in popularity of online education, you can easily decide what area you want to study and find a credible online program at an accredited college or university.[...] Read More...

How Online Education Has Changed in the Last Decade

August 20th, 2015 by

Studying OnlineAlthough the very first online courses were offered in 1989, it wasn’t until the late 1990s that online education was truly a viable option for most students. Today, there are nearly seven million students who study online rather than on a traditional college campus.[...] 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...

Online vs. Traditional Learning: A Comparison

December 4th, 2014 by

Online Learning In many ways, earning an online degree is identical to earning a traditional campus degree. Whether you are completing your associate, bachelor’s or master’s degree, both online and traditional learning programs help improve your knowledge, your practical skills and your ability to find work after graduation. However, there are also some big differences between the two. Find out more by comparing traditional and online learning programs.[...] Read More...

How To Fit Studying Into Your Busy Schedule

October 30th, 2014 by

Go Back to College OnlineGoing back to school as an adult can feel like a daunting task. After all, if you’ve been out of the classroom for a few years, studying is a whole new world that you will have to become familiar with all over again. Thank goodness adult learners who opt to earn a degree online have an unparalleled level of convenience when it comes to getting an advanced education. The following tips can also be effective ways of incorporating studying into your everyday routine.[...] Read More...

University Leaders Discuss Changing Higher Education Environment

January 13th, 2014 by

Leaders of three top universities in North America have underscored the need for adaptability and creative solutions across the higher education system in light of ongoing economic uncertainty across the globe, which has caused student loan debt to spiral out of control. Additionally, educational institutions are being burdened with crippling operational costs.[...] Read More...

Internet Shakes Up The World Of Higher Education

December 30th, 2013 by

Access to online higher education – that has increased quickly over recent years – has shaken up the world of higher education, leading to Stanford University pouring money into researching ways of providing online learning, and colleges coming together to discuss ways to drive the provision of education in the future.[...] Read More...

Why The Idea of a Career Path is Flawed

March 7th, 2013 by

According to Melissa Venable at the Online College website, career path is one of the most overused phrases in education. College counselors use it when discussing the future with their students, and those enrolled in college degree programs use it to guide their future decisions. Unfortunately, there is no simple path that students can follow that will guarantee any kind of career or employment after graduation. Here are some of Venable’s reasons that the career path is no longer valid and what you can do about it.[...] Read More...

7 Specialty Sites that Support Online Learning

March 1st, 2013 by

Melissa Venable recently wrote an informative article about the various websites that can help supplement an online education. Although online learning has many benefits, not having personal contact with teaching staff means that students might need to be use these kinds of resources when earning their online degrees.[...] 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...

Online Course Enrollment Climbs for 10th Straight Year

February 5th, 2013 by

Kelsey Sheehy, education expert and writer for U.S. News, recently covered a report from the Babson Survey Research Group regarding the increasing number of students enrolled in online educaton courses. The study reports that roughly one-third of college students took an online course over the past year, which is a big increase from the year prior. However, it falls in line with the steady rise of online education that has been evident for the past decade. The author explains the causes for this increase as well as why the decreasing number of online faculty could be a problem for the future of online education.[...] Read More...

4 Time Management Tips for Online Students

January 16th, 2013 by

Many students choose to study online because they feel it will take less time, which might work better with their busy schedule. Unfortunately, many students still have a hard time organizing their schedules to complete coursework, essays and exams on time. U.S. News recently released an article written by Kelsey Sheehy that helps students studying online to better manage their time and get work done efficiently.[...] Read More...