Taking Advantage of an Accredited Online Bachelor Degree

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Taking Advantage of an Accredited On the web Bachelor Degree

Increasing numbers of people are grabbing the opportunity of earning an accredited on the internet bachelor degree. Why is this so take advantage of this new trend in education? You can find quite a number of reasons why obtaining a bachelor degree on the internet is so popular. Some of them include:

An opportunity to go up the career ladder. Using a bachelor degree is likely to make it easier for anyone to get a promotion in the workplace, perking up ones employment status and also monthly salary. It will likewise pave the way to a fantasy career which the not enough a college degree helps prevent you from achieving.

You don’t need to quit your current function. Getting your bachelor diploma online requires simply an internet connection and entry the program wherever you might be. This means you get to maintain your job and carry on earning as you complete your education program.

There is no need to travel lengthy distances to attend traditional classroom sessions. This one thing enables you to save on travel fees. You can study in your pajamas or laying on the couch with no one will ever thoughts. You can earn your bachelors degree in a way preferred to you.

A very flexible schedule. The speed at which you finish your syllabus or assignment greatly depends on you. This means you dont have to skip perform, or miss an important family outing or perhaps dream vacation. Just how early or late you finish your own lessons relies solely on you.

Relatively cheaper that attending a regular school. Getting your bachelors degree online means you just have to download the lessons and other learning instructions. And the cost-saving advantage doesnt hang on a minute if you consider fuel, dormitory, meals and tuition fees.

No reason to get lazy

However dont ever think that you don’t have for you to study difficult while getting your bachelor degree online. The truth is, whether you are attending a regular school or learning online, you need to be hardworking and disciplined even so. Online education presents more or less the same training as any school does. It is best if you treat it as you would a conventional learning.

Separating accredited ones from hoaxes

However, the internet is full of a lot of scams. Of course you want to invest the precious time, money and effort just in the best on the internet education there is. Before you enroll yourself within an online education in places you intend to obtain the bachelor degree, take some time out to do the following:

Use the internet to check if the faculty or university is duly accredited. As an example, you can Google in the school of your choice and access its web site. Read about the schools accreditation info. If you got further questions, list down the actual contact numbers of the institution itself.

You can always check around about an accredited university. Most likely you know of folks that got friends which earned a bachelor’s degree online. You may even visit a few discussion boards or education towns over the internet. People there will be able to point you to certified schools.

It is important that you obtain an accredited on the internet bachelor degree from a recognized school. The schools proper accreditation could mean the difference between a competent bachelor degree that may turn your dream job to a reality, plus a complete waste of one’s investment.

Comments: 36

  1. Holli February 24, 2013 at 12:57 pm Reply

    Korea’s economy and English education market is growing at an astonishingly fast rate and Koreans are learning how to be competitive in today’s global market. To further achieve proficient global growth it is essential that young Korean’s attain strong English communication skills.
    **Please note that candidates with a Bachelor s degree in any field and from a native English speaking country will only be considered.


    We are seeking energetic individuals from native English speaking countries who are looking for adventure and the cultural experience that Korea has to offer. You qualify if you have a three or four year Bachelor’s degree.

    – Minimum of a Bachelors Degree from an accredited university in America, Canada , Australia, New Zealand , South Africa , Great Britain or Ireland
    – Must be a citizen of one of the above mentioned countries
    – Must be a native English speaker
    – Must be in good physical and mental health
    – No criminal record

    The Job

    You will be teaching English to eager students. We focus exclusively on recruiting for institutes and schools that work with children, ranging from pre-school to high school.

    Why Korea ?
    -Annual salary of USD $28-$34K at 25~30 hrs/wk
    -Renewable 12-month contract
    -Gain international experience while enriching students lives
    -Safe, modern country with the highest investment in private education in the world
    -Intriguing language, rich culture and central location for continued travel in Asia
    -Great ongoing positions available year-round
    -FREE furnished housing, FREE round-trip airfare, paid holidays, health insurance coverage, etc.
    -Save up to $15K/year (Korea’s cost of living is low compared to most Western nations, i.e. USA. Also, the tax rate is only 3.3% – 4%).
    Korea is in the middle of Asia, so many ESL teachers take advantage of this by traveling to see the Great Wall of China, going diving in the Philippines, or beach partying in Thailand for their vacation time. All of these places are just a few hours away, and because they are still developing countries, you can have a great time for as little as 20 USD a day. Korea has 16~19 days of paid National holidays per year. Thanks Giving and the Lunar New Year are 4~6 days long.
    Airport pick-up and introduction to your new school is arranged by G’Day Korea.
    If ever you are in need of bi-lingual support or help during your stay, G’Day Korea provides contact numbers for instant on-call assistance.
    Feel free to apply online or call 1-800-220-7013 (Toll free for U.S and Canada)

    Check out our website for more information http://www.gooddaykorea.com

    or email your questions and resume to G’Day Korea Company ( career@gooddaykorea.com )
    G’Day Korea will call you ASAP and provide more valuable information to help you find a reputable ESL position.

    Teaching in Korea could be one of the most fascinating and rewarding experiences of your life.

    Email: career@gooddaykorea.com

    1-800-220-7013 (Toll free for U.S and Canada)

  2. Emmitt March 13, 2013 at 1:42 pm Reply

    Hi, I’m currently a freshman at a small community college in Colorado, and I’m trying to pursue a degree in graphic design and marketing, but the courses there are very basic, and aren’t challenging me. I was planning to get an associate’s degree, and then transfer to Full Sail University to get a Sports Marketing and Media bachelor’s degree. I’m not planning to get my masters.

    So I guess right now I’m just looking for a nice online school that offers graphic design courses. It doesn’t have to specifically be a design school. I’d like it to be under 10,000 a year preferably, and if it’s not I would like it to offer plenty of scholarships.

    I would like a school that will help me develop a great resume. I know Full Sail is not a regionally accredited school, but will employers be likely to throw out applications because of my degree?


  3. Alene March 25, 2013 at 4:10 am Reply

    I got a BSc degree in Communications Engineering and I am about to move to the states. Will they recognize my degree or I must take it over again? Will I be able to find work there?
    I forgot to tell that I graduated from Baghdad university in Iraq & Got CCNA Certificate from a CISCO Networking Academy.

  4. Felica March 25, 2013 at 11:59 pm Reply

    already taken but i want to finish an BS degree online where should i go to finish the classes and earn an BS in Biology i was also thing about doing an bsn in nursing please someone help me i am going crazy looking

  5. Arvilla March 26, 2013 at 7:48 pm Reply

    I did a masters in USA, unfortunately my dad died, so i have no choice i must go back to india and look after my family. I request every one to help me in saying, how can i get a job in india after right away doing masters in usa. Thank you

  6. Katharina September 19, 2013 at 2:08 pm Reply

    I am in the process of becoming a certified doula through DONA International, and in December I am done with my LPN. I was just trying to figure out my next steps after that.

  7. Emely October 4, 2013 at 3:18 pm Reply

    I am Asian , I am living in New York , and I can speak Chinese and English . Is it an advantage since I can translate for patients ? Can I easily find the nurse job ? Only 10% of nurses are male in the United States .

  8. Dorethea October 20, 2013 at 11:58 am Reply

    I was thinking about trying for a bachelors degree online (i already have an assoc. degree) because I have a 6 yr old and am pregnant with my 2nd which is due in Jan. I am very eager to get back in school though. Will I ever have to go to the school? Is it more difficult? Does it take longer than normal? What are some of your pros and cons and how did you feel about it?

  9. Darwin October 21, 2013 at 6:08 am Reply

    There are so many private colleges offering online classes to become a paralegal. Does anyone have experience with this? I want to get a certificate and due to my work schedule I have to take the classes online. Thanks

  10. Bernard October 21, 2013 at 6:19 am Reply

    Your masters?
    Your Doctrate?

  11. Shannan November 5, 2013 at 2:49 pm Reply

    I want to be a nurse, what is a step by step way to become one? What are the pre reqs? Also I want to specialize in something can you give me a list of areas I can choose to specialize in?

  12. Laquita November 6, 2013 at 5:11 am Reply

    I am going for my Masters Degree in Psychology but first need my Bachelors.
    I was wondering if anyone knew of any good/reputable colleges that offer this? I don’t want to get scammed. I am looking for sucess and horror stories. Thank you, thank you, thank you.


  13. Fidel November 8, 2013 at 9:23 pm Reply

    I’m already in the process of attaining an Associates of Arts degree. I want to open a bookstore that specializes in romance, selling both new and used books as well as gifts for valentines day, anniversaries and weddings. I feel that a bachelors degree would help me understand business management more, but I don’t want to waste my time if it isn’t necessary. I’m also not sure if I should major in Entrepreneurship or something else.

  14. Heriberto November 17, 2013 at 5:45 am Reply

    Is it worth?

  15. Cody December 2, 2013 at 7:16 pm Reply

    Here are some questions I have:
    1) How do you become a detective? Are there any special tests you must pass before hand?
    2) Are there any colleges that teach you how to become a detective that are NOT online schools?

  16. Woodrow December 23, 2013 at 2:35 am Reply

    It says an associates or bachelors degree is required to be a diagnostic medical sonographer. What is the difference? Does having a bachelors degree in the field pay more? What are the differences?

  17. Jeanene December 24, 2013 at 3:03 am Reply

    i was told that after i graduate high school i need to go to a junior college for 2 years & a university i need more information about this whole nursing thing & btw can i just get my bsn right away or do i need to have a adn first

  18. Terrell February 2, 2014 at 2:56 am Reply


    I am currently in high school. I plan to become a Nurse for Labor & Delivery.

    I was wondering what colleges have the best nursing programs, preferably in California.

    Also, anything about being a nurse that you might know would be helpful.


  19. Virginia February 2, 2014 at 3:02 am Reply

    In this economy, I need the money to pay for college and med school. I am willing to take the time off necessary to complete the accelerated bsn and then afterwards will continue my planned premed goals to med school.

    Anyways, I need to know the advantages & disadvantages of getting an accelerated bsn. Also, will it be more or less difficult (will employer take me seriously) with this degree?

    I heard that most that do this switch over from another field with another Bachelor’s degree of some sorts. However, this is not the case for me.

    Please serious answers only & details are appreciated.
    Thanks in advance. 10 pts to Best Answer.

  20. Renay February 22, 2014 at 1:29 am Reply

    how much will it cost me to have a full bachelor degree in the culinary arts not baking or pastry just the culinary arts and can i still get in to the culinary institute of america if i was held back in 2nd grade?by the the bachelor degree is 36 months long right wand what dose it offer

  21. Gwyneth February 22, 2014 at 1:31 am Reply

    I am looking into getting a business management degree online through penn foster, right now its looking like my only option as the payments are reasonable and I am a full time mother and work full time as well. Im wondering if anyone has obtained a said associates degree from Penn foster and if so, was it helpful to you in the job world. Thank you

  22. Dee February 22, 2014 at 5:43 am Reply

    Just looking to see how the online experience is going. I will be enrolling in about a week for online bachelor of arts in social science degree.

  23. Jorge February 22, 2014 at 5:51 am Reply

    hi guys i want to know that can i do MBA if i don’t have a bachelors degree?
    and how long will it take to complete MBA without bachelors degree?

  24. Kasha February 22, 2014 at 5:51 am Reply

    I want to know for sure if I should go to nursing schools? Any books I can read for further research

  25. Maxima February 22, 2014 at 5:51 am Reply

    I’m planning to go back to school to get some type of certificate and hopefully get a job placement after I’m done with the program. I’ve learned for a few years now that a college degree is useless if you don’t know what you truly want to become.. I graduated a few years back and got a degree and a certificate but later to find out that it was something I completely do not want to do for the rest of my life. Now, I’m almost in my 30’s and I regret the decision I made. I would love a few career suggestion that doesn’t involve around too much customer service.. I like to work in a field, get busy, finish my shift then go home and relax. Have you ever see those factory jobs where they operate a machine and time flys and next thing you know your shift is over.. I want my life to be somewhat similar.. I would love a job that pays between 20 to 25 dollars an hour and hopefully as I gain more knowledge and experience my salary will raise.. I don’t mind going back to school… I was looking at maybe a 6 months to 2 years program if possible… Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated. Oh and if this helps.. I’m from Long Beach, California….

  26. Shena February 22, 2014 at 8:04 am Reply

    My husband is a traveling welder and I go with him. We travel the southern states and only come home on certain days. I would just like to know if it would be possible to earn my nursing degree online and away from home?

  27. Galen March 5, 2014 at 6:29 pm Reply

    …I have been at my current job for 10 years… I have no degree, and have worked my way up to the top… I am very loyal and good at what I do, but the owner is firing left and right and no one is safe, not even me. In case I am next, I am worried about starting over again at the bottom (I can’t afford to, actually). I need a degree – online – fast – to help me get a higher start salary in case I am the next one let go… All the online schools seem shady – are there any that don’t cost an “arm and a leg” and that are taken serious in the industry? Help! I’ll appreciate any information you can help me with… Online degree in Business, Interior Design, Graphic Design, would all be good for me… Thanks for taking the time to read this and for your input! 🙂

  28. Arletha March 12, 2014 at 9:58 pm Reply

    Please save your time and don’t tell me no Bachelors degree is easy, because there are some that I consider much more easy than others. They are rather a painstaking time issue. I’ll be quite frank..I have a year of community college credits and I live in NYC. I only want to finish a Bachelors real quick because it’s like the new high school diploma. I’m just applying to simple office/desk jobs. But in order to broaden your horizons, employers want you to have a Bachelors..they don’t specify..they just want you to have a 4 year degree to interview. I don’t blame them. I recently posted a listing for a telephone job and 90% of the people that replied did not have a Bachelors and were pretty ignorant and ghetto. Although I know you don’t need a Bachelors to prove you’re intelligent, it kind of helps employers realize that you’re competent enough to complete a higher level of education and helps to weed out more of the “riff raff”.

    Again..the only reason I am finishing a Bachelors is to increase the amount of office positions that I can apply for. What are the easiest degrees out there? I hate history and love math/science..although I know math/science aren’t considered easy. I just want to finish something quick. Don’t judge me please.

  29. Orval March 12, 2014 at 9:58 pm Reply

    Are majors part of bachelor degrees or the other way around? Or are they completely separate? And what is a minor? For example, could you have a bachelor of arts with and English major? Sorry, I am just starting to think about colleges and I’m already confused!

  30. Terrell March 28, 2014 at 4:39 pm Reply


    This was my formal letter of complaint to Westwood College, which they ignored. I have called/emailed every lawyer I can find and no one can offer any answers, other than college debt is permanent. Is there anyone who can help me force Westwood to pay the money they borrowed?

    I’ll leave out the dates for my degree’s as you can pull them up more accurately than I can at my office. I received two degree’s from WOL. One was a Bachelors of Science in Game Art and Design. I was an excellent student and graduated with a 4.0 GPA and a mass amount of Dean’s list awards. After a short break I re-enrolled in the MBA program, I graduated with a 3.8 and several Presidents list awards. At this point I did not know the difference between Nation accreditation and Regional accreditation, if you ask the average person they think National sounds better, WOL did a very good job of leading me, guiding me down the path needed to make it through their program. They also took as much money from Sallie May as they could, racking up over $100k in debt for me, I could have gone to a highly accredited school for that amount of money.

    Throughout this time I had applied at many game design companies, I understand its a cut-throat and challenging business to get into. Rather than to blame others I decided to continue with my education and try for something else. That is when I enrolled into the MBA (after having received a recruitment call about it the week prior). After another year of trying to find a job with both my degrees and being ignored I tried to transfer my credits to my local community college.

    During my work search time I had been working at an after-school camp, where I found a true passion in educating and counseling others. Since I had no luck finding work in business but had two degrees I figured I could transfer a lot of my credits and fast track my way into an MAT program and begin a career as a teacher. That is when my local community college and University informed me about the difference between National and Regional accreditation, about “diploma mills”, and about how terribly sunk in debt I was, with no way of digging myself out.

    I tried other avenues, the most stringent of which was the Peace Corps Teachers abroad program, where English speaking professionals travel to other countries and teach English. This program had several benefits I wanted to take advantage of, one of them being that after 2 years of service many states would grant you an education degree in English. My degree from WOL was rejected from the Peace Corps.

    I now work two jobs, (I am bilingual English/Spanish and that got me the jobs I currently have) I hardly make any money and am barely making INTEREST ONLY payments to Sallie Mae. I can’t afford to pay more, but I don’t want to go into default. I am raising a family but have delayed getting married so as to not pass this debt to my future wife. I have contacted Sallie Mae but as far as they care I owe them the money, and that’s that. I have contacted lawyers but the most they can offer is to build a fraud case against WOL. I am not a sue happy person, I have never even been to court for anything other than a traffic ticket, but I am a desperate man that has found no way out.

    Please take into account that not only am I in debt financially but I also gave up years of my life, worked hard, went to school and worked to have it all be..a joke, a scam, and perhaps even a con.

    I really can’t continue right now, I’ve told this story countless times, to lawyers, businesses, family and friends. If you would like more information please feel free to ask. I am just overwhelmed right now.

    Thank you for your time,
    Alejandro (Alex) De La Mora
    This was all done years ago before the “diploma mills” had hit the news. I was the first person in my family to go to college and my high school recruiter never spoke to me about it. I had no guidance as to what I should look for when going to college. The recruiters of the school “guided me”. The school took loans from Sallie Mae, they borrowed the maximum and never gave me any of that money so they did rack up the debt. I have a family that depends on me, I already work more than full time hours. I don’t need insults from people who assume they are better than me because their parents showed them the way.
    BTW the Peace Corps does have teachers to go to other countries and teach English. All that is required is a Masters degree from a REGIONALLY accredited school. Don’t attack people for no reason and make up lies to lower their credibility while building yours through those same lies.
    I think it’s funny that YOU Rick and YOU “L” just came on here to be rude. I am doing everything I can to pay back as much money as I can, and my family is suffering for it, but I will never have the income level to pay back the insane amount of debt I am in. Meanwhile, colleges like Westwood are making a fortune off of peoples ignorance. Yes I’ll admit it I was ignorant to the fact, but obviously they where cheating too and they where the ones with the knowledge and they are the ones benefiting. How am I the bad guy when so many people bury themselves in credit and home loan debt they can just abandon homes and declare bankruptcy, while I fight tooth and nail to maintain the credit I do have and pay off the type of debt only a home owner should have. All of my credit cards are paid up (I have 2) my bills are never late and I own my own car, bought it brand new in 2001 and have had all its maintenance done. Yet you presume to judge me? The system is corrupt and j

  31. Alfred March 30, 2014 at 2:45 am Reply

    Hello, I am trying to decide on which school I want to attend for Information Systems degree. Which school would you recommend?

    If you are in the IT or CIS field, what classes do you think should be taken in a classroom setting?

    Has anyone taken classes outside of APU and transferred them in?

    Please do not respond bashing online schools, I work full-time and need to take classes that are convenient. Any feedback other than that would be great. Thanks!

  32. Cory May 1, 2014 at 8:47 pm Reply

    I’m just wondering if its worth it they don’t ask for school transcripts and you can pay as low as 49 a month.

  33. Arianne May 18, 2014 at 2:07 am Reply

    What is the difference between Graduate & Bachelor Degree?

  34. Shaun May 19, 2014 at 7:56 am Reply

    i’m already a CNA and Medical Assistant.
    Do I have to do the LPN course frist or can I just go straight to the RN course
    I finshed medical assistant college in july 2013 at a trade school

  35. Carman May 24, 2014 at 8:07 am Reply

    Hi my first is going to be born in oct… well was hoping to go back to school in the spring any suggestions? I took my compass test but the closest two year schools around here are a good 40 miles one way… so am looking to see if i cant just do my degree online…. but which are the best and affordable online schools…ones that are not paper mills and will actually get you a job and financial aid
    I would love to become a paralegal…or get a degree in criminal justice to become a paralegal… if cant do that am still considering physical therapy and the medical field. although im good with technology blood related jobs are out of the question..too queasy lol
    as a single mom i have to be able to have time to make a pay check and spend time with my daughter..as well as go back to school (hopefully one or two classes at a time rather than four or five!) any suggestions from single moms already accomplishing doing all three would appreciate the adivice!

  36. Carman June 15, 2014 at 2:24 pm Reply

    I know this may sound completely stupid, but I really am not educated in this field so here goes. I am 20 years old, I graduated high school in 2012 and I have never been to college or taken any classes for college. I’m thinking I’d like to become a nurse, but I don’t know much about how to do it. What classes do I need to take? What’s the difference between a bachelor’s degree and the others? And if I just wanted to work in a family clinic as a nurse, what would that be called? The college information keeps asking what field I am interested in but it has so many different “nursing” terms that I’m unfamiliar with. If someone could please just take a few minutes to explain this all to me a little better, it would be much appreciated, thank you! Also, don’t worry if it sounds like you are explaining it to a 3 year old, because that is about what I’m feeling like right now haha.

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