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What are The best Online Undergraduate Levels for Advancement at Work

Depending on where you perform, there may come a time when you simply cannot get yourself a pay raise with out completing more of your education. When that point comes, you have a couple of choices. You can go back to college and quit your work. Or you can take classes on the web and work on one of the many online undergraduate diplomas that schools today offer – as you keep your current career. The choice seems clear.

Online undergraduate diplomas have never been easier to obtain. While they still demand a large amount of work as well as dedication on your part, there are plenty of college and universities offering online levels – so you will no longer have to worry about choosing a school that may not be right for you.

But enough history on online education. You want to know what the best and most popular on the web undergraduate degrees are. Although it depends on the discipline that you want to work within, there are a few standout levels that you should really determine that you want to rise from the ranks at your place of work.

The first degree is business management. There are likely more on the web colleges offering this particular degree than every other. Business management is one of the less difficult degrees to obtain, though it does require a substantial amount of reading and composing on your part. Depending on the level and complexity from the coursework, you can even end a business management on the web degree in as little as 2 or 3 years.

Another popular online undergraduate degree is computer programming. It seems fitted that computer programming emerges in most schools as a possible online course, as the two fit flawlessly together. With a degree in computer programming, web design, or web development, you will see new doors open for you personally like never before. It is certainly a qualification that you should focus on if you want to make the big bucks.

Comments: 37

  1. Rosenda February 9, 2013 at 12:30 pm Reply

    I am an international student with F1 visa. Now I am thinking taking some online classes for computer science, meantime I just graduated from a university as a full-time student. Now I am in my OPT(Optional Practical Training) period.Is that ok for me to taking some online classes during OPT? Is it legal for me go to graduate school being full-time student but in the meantime still taking some online undergraduate degree courses?
    Thank you

  2. Chandra March 1, 2013 at 4:33 pm Reply

    And do not require any trips to the school.

  3. Tai March 24, 2013 at 9:15 am Reply

    I plan to take the CPA exam after I graduate in spring of 2013 with my undergraduate degree in accounting. I just received a full time job offer to work for a big 4 accounting firm as an auditor in august of 2013. I am currently planning on getting a masters degree but I am unsure what a good compliment is with having my degree in accounting plus getting my CPA. Having said that, I plan to own an E-business down the road. What masters program would benefit my career in auditing while also helping me to achieve my goal in running an online retail store?

  4. Raymonde June 2, 2013 at 1:36 pm Reply

    The students loans company (UK), cannot offer me a loan as this would be ANOTHER undergraduate degree at a music conservatoire. Is there anywhere else I can apply for funding?

  5. Felipe June 2, 2013 at 1:36 pm Reply

    I am 25 and about to take my first biology laboratory course since high school! I have an undergraduate degree and did take some science classes but it has still been a while and I want to be fresh. Can anyone recommend a good online source of biology, anatomy and physiology review?

  6. Brendan June 5, 2013 at 6:25 am Reply

    Im planning to get a bacelor degree in physician assistant but i know to get into a graduate school for physicain assistant is tough so im thinking of other options. Im planning to apply for physical therapist graduate school also as a back up. Do you think that is possible even though i only have a degree in PA?

  7. Isabel July 2, 2013 at 2:48 am Reply

    I’m currently working on my undergraduate degree. I know that there are plenty of links available online. I am looking for suggestions based upon personal experience. I know that there are plenty of Librarians on Y!A, right? Where did you get your MLS or where do you plan to? I appreciate detailed descriptions, thank you.

  8. Rodrick August 7, 2013 at 3:23 am Reply

    I’m thinking about getting my CELTA certificate but was wondering if it’s harder to find jobs abroad when you don’t have an undergraduate degree. Has anyone had any experience teaching abroad? Thanks!

  9. Duncan October 5, 2013 at 8:43 am Reply

    I want a real regionally accredited not for profit college with online degrees. no kaplan, or university of phoenix or anything like that. Schools like Harvard Extension, but that don’t require taking classes on campus. I don’t have that option available to me as my wife is in the army and I never know where I’ll be stationed.

  10. Lesley November 19, 2013 at 2:41 am Reply

    I would like to pursue a career in historic preservation. I have an undergraduate degree in Anthropology with a minor in Archaeology and would like to know if it is worth it to further my education by receiving a certificate in Historic Preservation or to receive a masters in Historic Preservation. I would also like to know how online programs are viewed in the preservation community. Thanks for reading.

  11. Waylon November 21, 2013 at 1:06 am Reply

    I am currently working in Dubai and I would like to obtain a bachelors degree in mass communication. I would like to know universities that offer part time or online degrees in the same. I want to know about recognized or accredited universities. I am really not interested in a degree from some unknown godforsaken university. So if anyone knows something pls help.

  12. Karri December 23, 2013 at 2:18 am Reply

    I’m considering this route. I never worked professionally as a journalist but my undergraduate degree is in communications. I also briefly wrote for my college newspaper. Since I graduated from college, I’ve spent my time as a public school teacher and various roles in the corporate world. I’ve also earned a Master’s degree. How can I possibly get into this field since I don’t really have any clips to speak of nor any contacts. What advice can you offer?

  13. Aura December 23, 2013 at 3:34 am Reply

    I’m really confused… Everywhere I look online they just say you must graduate with an undergraduate degree. If there isn’t a specific degree, then can you give me a list of degrees to choose from in order to get into a vet school?

  14. Seymour December 23, 2013 at 3:45 am Reply

    What are some things I can do in Undergraduate level that will make it easier?


  15. Margarito December 24, 2013 at 3:00 am Reply

    I am currently attending a pretty good university at undergraduate level, studying a generally science-y course, with the intention of doing further study after to get a Phd or the likes and go on to work in research or lecturing. While my uni is good, I worry about whether it will limit my potential down the line since it isn’t immense like one of the big name Unis, with a stronger reputation in the field, eg Oxford or Harvard. (Purely for example, I am not another moth to a crimson flame. I’m more interested in Brown)

    I am looking at the idea of transferring, for this and a few other reasons, but should I be worrying about this at all?

  16. Felica January 14, 2014 at 6:11 am Reply

    I work full time in order to support my family and am therefore working towards my undergraduate degree online from Washington State University’s “Distance Degree” program (all courses are taken online). I intend on applying to law school when Im done (at which time I will go to law school full-time). However Im concerned about how serious the law school admissions board take online B.A degrees. Anyone out there ever been faced with a similiar situation??

  17. Elbert February 2, 2014 at 10:35 am Reply

    I started out going to a brick and mortar school then transferred to an online school that is also brick and mortar, with Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) accreditation. I am going to be achieving a BS in Accounting at this school next year, but want to go to a Brick and Mortar Grad School. Is this unheard of or is it a little harder to get into traditional school because of the online degree.

    Please any answers from experienced individuals will be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

  18. Gregg February 9, 2014 at 12:31 pm Reply

    And have you been successful in obtaining employment? I basically need recommendations here. I just have a HS diploma and want to get a Bachelors in Psychology. I don’t have much money and need to apply for aid so what are some good, low tuition choices? I am looking into Fort Hays State University. Not sure how all this works any help is appreciated.

  19. Wilmer February 22, 2014 at 1:15 am Reply

    just starting college and I’m not quite sure what undergraduate research involves.

  20. Brittaney February 22, 2014 at 1:15 am Reply

    The University of Essex, provides online legal vocational courses. List of them below.

    Question is, would the Bar Council accept this, the same as they would accept another degree, one that hasn’t been done online.

  21. Shawnta February 22, 2014 at 5:04 am Reply

    I already have a BS in business but i want to go back to get a second degree in journalism. I want to know if any school offers journalism online instead of actually going to the school for class. i live in NJ so i dont want to go to any school around here. Also, I don’t want to use Phoenix University or those online programs, i would like a real, accredited university.thanks for the help

  22. Raymonde February 25, 2014 at 12:01 pm Reply

    I have a bachelor’s degree in Asian studies/international communications. Have been teaching English in Japan for 2 and a half years, and would like to continue working and living here whilst completing an MA in education. Anybody know of any good programs?

  23. Fabiola March 9, 2014 at 7:05 pm Reply

    Are there any online distance learning undergraduate music degrees anywhere? I’d particularly want to focus on songwriting. Thanks in advance!

  24. Shane March 9, 2014 at 7:05 pm Reply

    I’m looking to move to Arkansas and am interested in obtaining my Bachelor degree online. I am not interested in arguments about online degrees versus regular degrees or anything like that. Right now, I just need a list of schools that offer four year bachelor degrees online.

    Note: I am a transferring English major, so I would like to find either the same major or something similar in a potential school. I have been in school for a long time and interested in finishing up, so starting over with a new major is not an option for me. Thanks.

  25. Dorthea March 13, 2014 at 2:43 am Reply

    I know there is some information available on the univesities’ web pages but it just confuses me because I’m not an American and I don’t know how the system of credits, courses and other things works. I’m considering to apply at American InterContinental University or Capella University – Bachelor of busines administration/management. I have just a high school diploma, no courses. I will not be eligible for getting any financial support. Anyone has a recommendation for some other online university which could be called reasonable? I mean good program, god counselors but not much money to pay.

  26. Nieves March 15, 2014 at 4:26 pm Reply

    Which is the best online college?

  27. Collette April 2, 2014 at 5:57 pm Reply

    I want to be a child psychologist. I would love to go to a traditional school but I need to work full time. I was looking into online schools but I don’t want to get my degree and I don’t get a job because I went to school online. Is there anyone who went to an online school and receive and job as a psychologist or are there any suggestions you may have? Thanks in advance.

  28. Deedee April 25, 2014 at 3:56 pm Reply

    im applying for student aid, and im not really sure what the difference between graduate and undergraduate grade levels, HELP!! thanx

  29. Mary May 11, 2014 at 10:56 am Reply

    I´ve found an attractive undergraduate online program at R.I.T. Should I get my degree through distance learning?

  30. Cyrus May 11, 2014 at 3:20 pm Reply

    I don’t fully understand this whole thing. I’m deciding to go back to school and it’s convenient to do it online. But my question is this, if I decided to get my Associate of Science in Psychology degree what would I end up being? I mean I won’t be a doctor right?? So, what kind of jobs would I be able to get?? Would I be a psychologist or a counselor?? I don’t understand this whole thing? Help me if you understand this please! Thanks!

  31. Shaun May 22, 2014 at 2:52 am Reply

    were you able to find a job and your field of study?

  32. Dorthea May 22, 2014 at 3:37 am Reply

    I want to become a CT surgeon but I don’t know how!!! I know I need to go to college for four years and get an undergraduate degree and then go to medical school and then residency forever but I don’t understand what an undergraduate degree is!!! Can I just go to college and get a B.S. in nursing as my undergraduate degree and then go to med. school?
    Please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  33. Annis May 22, 2014 at 12:44 pm Reply

    I want to get an online AA in geography. can you guys help me to find an online degree programm.

  34. Serina May 24, 2014 at 7:47 am Reply

    Psychology was my subject in high school, but never got a chance to study further & at 31 yrs now, I am still eager to continue studies in same subject in Dubai, but confused regd the whereabouts in this city. I can only opt for a home study method, due to the fact I am working in airline field & thus work in shifts & cannot attend classes.
    Looking forward for your expert advise/assistance.
    Tks n Cheers !

  35. Carmon May 26, 2014 at 4:32 am Reply

    I’m very interested in the legal field, and also in studying at the US. But the US system is such that you can only take professional degrees (like law, medicine etc.) at the masters level. So I was planning to take Psychology (at a liberal arts college) then move on to law after that.

    What do you think of this route?

    It’s kind of worrying cos I’ve heard that psychology does not have a lot of prospects (even worse a liberal arts degree-or am i wrong?), and if I don’t make it for a Law course (at one of these universities: Harvard, Michigan, New York U, Columbia), I won’t be able to practise in Singapore.

    Can anyone suggest a better undergrad study (with better prospects?) which does NOT include physics/chem/bio – years of taking it has made me sick of it (I know for sure that I don’t want science – don’t mind a little bit though.


  36. Jacquelyne May 31, 2014 at 5:48 am Reply

    The University of West Florida offers online bachelor’s degrees, such as Maritime Studies and Oceanography. Before jumping into it, I was wondering if they counted the same as normal bachelor’s degrees, or are they like degrees from DeVry or University of Phoenix?

  37. Darwin June 3, 2014 at 10:10 am Reply

    I am living in Saudi Arabia, I want to study Hospitality Management Undergraduate Degree online, please guide me about some online cheap universities (not scam) for you personal experience.

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