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Online Degree Programs.
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of degrees for adults offered completely online. (Questions about
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education in the Admissions
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These schools offer online degrees in a variety of disciplines.
Featured On Campus Programs.
Using this tool will help you find on campus programs that are in your area. There are over 3,000 programs available for you to browse, and then request information about the ones that most interest you.
Online Professional Courses and Certificate Programs.
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Find regionally accredited degree programs that offer
American Council on Education credit for life experience
(prior learning or portfolio assessment), business and
military credit, and other accelerated options. Profiles
the top distance degree programs in a wide range of
disciplines offered through the Internet, correspondence,
multimedia, or broadcast/video.
Virtual Universities & Online Consortiums.
Distance education opportunities available by state
and organizing body.
College Correspondence Courses.
Earn college credit through correspondence and/or independent
Cool (College Opportunities Online).
Database compiled by the National Center for Education
Statistics, U.S. Department of Education. Search by
location, program, or degree level. Find out if the school
you are interested in qualifies for Federal financial
aid. Profiles nearly 7,000 colleges and universities
(including community colleges, career and technical schools) in the United