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#604 - 07/25/2005 10:16 AM Are Online Degrees Respected
ken belfort Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 07/25/2005
Loc: MA
Does anyone have experiance with this topic? Are online degrees treated with the same respect as others. The answer to this question will directly affect my dicision on going back to college. :rolleyes:
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#605 - 07/25/2005 10:39 AM Re: Are Online Degrees Respected
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Registered: 12/10/2008
Loc: California
Ken,

This question has been addressed in the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) and there are several articles on this topic on the Website.

Please see the Admissions section for information on distance learning:
http://www.back2college.com/library/admit.htm
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#606 - 07/25/2005 17:46 PM Re: Are Online Degrees Respected
KLM Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 07/25/2005
I think this really depends on the school. Read the article also try to talk to people who have already attended this school. Were they able to find jobs? Good luck! I think distance learning is definitely the future for adult learners and will also become an increasing common delivery method for traditional students as well. But it all depends on the school you chose!

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