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#1277 - 07/04/2006 00:21 AM online degrees
jwpx2 Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 07/03/2006
Does anyone here have any experience or is currently seeking a degree from online education?

I have been taking online classes at the community college level and love it! They work out great for me since I have a family and job. I think they also make me use my brain more. I tend to feel like I'm going to fall asleep in the traditional classroom setting!

I've been researching info. and found what looks like a really good program at Fort Hays State University in Kansas. The costs are also substantially lower than others that I've looked into.

Just wondering if anyone has had a good experience with any other schools.
Southern Ca.
Southern California

#1278 - 07/08/2006 06:34 AM Re: online degrees
Studentahoic Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 07/08/2006
State schools that offer online programs seem to be cheaper than most.

#1748 - 01/05/2010 16:39 PM Re: online degrees [Re: jwpx2]
hanna Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 01/05/2010
Hi i am new at this forum i am 46 and have a bachelors in fine arts , but i have not been working , for a long time i am a stay at home mom at the moment and i would like to go for a masters in art therapy , my husband does not support me on that he rather i go get a whatever job where i bring in some income , i am thinking income for the future and a career i am happy and proud of. I also would like to know if anyone here can point me in the right direction on how to start looking for the right accredited schools. Also there is a community college in my town they do not offer art therapy but they do psychology. Any advise will help. Thanks

#2172 - 08/05/2011 01:33 AM Re: online degrees [Re: hanna]
Maxine Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 07/28/2011
Loc: Florida
Hanna, Please let me know if you've gotten anywhere with your search for the best Art Therapy program/school? Did you have to take any prerequisite courses?..get any certification?
Thank you,
45 And going back to school!


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