The Advantages of an Online Bachelors Degree

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The Advantages of an Online Bachelor Degree

When a single desires to progress in his/her career, yet doesn’t always have the option to get a degree from a college as a result of commitment problems, presently there really is no need to fear. All that is needed is to understand where to look. The Internet has opened lots of doors for people who would like to get a bachelors degree without having to take time in going to a school because of it. Nowadays, a certified online bachelors degree is accessible to those who desire that through online classes so that you may take units and also accomplish your graduation requirements.

Once you have made up your mind in enrolling for an online college diploma program, you must keep in touch via email, forums, video conferences, Voice over internet protocol, and so on. With this evident convenience, online bachelor’s degree programs possess garnered much popularity with travelers and career people through the the past few years. This gives way to a growing degree of acceptance around the world for certified on the internet bachelors degree programs.

Definitely, the biggest edge you get from trying out an online degree program is the ability to adjust your schedule given by your online college associated with preference. Since the premise for these programs is to supply college education for those on the run, there are options for one to adjust as long as you complete your requirements as soon as you may.

There really just isn’t much of a requirement to adhere to a specific schedule if you notify them of the times when you are designed for instruction. If you are diligent enough, you can graduate much quicker than in the standard way, which is as soon as a year and a half approximately. This is not without hard work on your part though.

There is nothing to fear regarding its authenticity. If you are a certified bachelor’s degree holder, you’re acknowledged wherever you go, despite having earned it possibly on the Internet or in a college. You can be assured of your online degree’s legitimacy since the planet does recognize this kind of achievement. As long as you been employed hard for it in an online college with an above average reputation.

This on the internet program can help you keep the job while researching and even ascend in rank due to your obtained classifications upon college. As there are no certain time constraints, you should do nicely with taking your time and effort in finishing your needs during your time far from work. No need to both travel long distances or relocate since you can do it with a pc and an Internet connection.

Presently there really isn’t several differences between an internet degree and a conventional one other than the former’s convenience and the latter’s need for regular physical attendance. The web program does not really need organized attendance as it is up to your choice. What really issues when you have finally become into the program is balance between your function, your family, and your education. Online colleges appreciate this, and they make sure that you may manage and maintain emphasis at all times.

There is nothing to get rid of and everything to get with an online plan. As long as you keep spending so much time to attain it, next there shouldn’t be any kind of reason to believe you are doing anything incorrect. Online bachelors diploma programs are licensed worldwide and is undoubtedly accredited and genuine as long as the degree will be acquired from a reputable online college via sheer hard work.

Comments: 30

  1. Yoshie March 9, 2013 at 4:53 am Reply

    I have bachelors degree and over 10 years of work experience. I want to work in international organizations. Will an online degree on MBA (or other) help? No time for attending the classes. Thanks in advance.
    I thank all who have taken the time to answer. All answers were of use for me, providing different aspects.

  2. Eugenio April 25, 2013 at 8:47 pm Reply

    Dear readers,

    I am thinking of making a career change to Graphic Design. I currently work unhappily as an Office Manager and have been out of undergrad for nearly 2 years. I am not that skilled in using Graphics software- at least not to a level that I think the profession requires. I want to seek a more formal education but it will cost me an arm and a leg and find that I am not offered financial aid by most institutions because I already hold a Bachelor’s degree. However, I find it difficult to pay out my own pocket for the courses as I can hardly save money every month. Please offer me your suggestions as to how I can finance this education or more economically learn the software/knowledge. (Someone suggested purchasing tutorial books, but I would also like to get classroom instruction to supplement.)

    Thank you for your comments. And for fun, please write what city/state/country you are located. I am in New York, New York, USA.

  3. Ginette June 10, 2013 at 5:41 am Reply

    I’m looking for a good college that offers a legit criminal justice program and I don’t know where to start searching. everytime I try to search it on Google, it always comes up with online schools or else the colleges are jokes or scams. So any advice on where to go so I can fulfill my dream of becoming a ATF/FBI agent or private investigator?

  4. Emmy August 1, 2013 at 9:59 pm Reply

    I am planning on enlisting into the Air Force in one year after I graduate high school. I know that the Air Force will pay for college, and I am going to try to take advantage of it. I want to become a police officer, and am pursuing at least a Bachelors in Criminal Justice. Assuming I work 8 hour shifts, take classes online, and work hard at it, how long will it take for me to complete my Bachelors Degree while on active duty in the Air Force.

    Any information would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks so much.

  5. King August 26, 2013 at 6:14 pm Reply

    So I have a bachelors degree in English. I have only 9 credit hours related to studio art and art history. I am a self taught artist, so my skills are far from beginner, but no where near mastery. My main mediums are painting and drawing. Print making, sculpture, ceramics, digital media, photography, are all mediums I am not skilled in. I taught art part time for 7 months in an after school program at a high school. I really loved it and knew I wanted to get certified in art and English language arts.

    My problem is this. I am currently a teacher in S. Korea and am earning my teaching certification online through TeacherReady’s alternative certification program. I am looking through the content exam study guide for the art test and am realizing how much I really don’t know and am starting to feel inadequate. I feel as though I can study and pass the exam, but I don’t have the studio credit hours to back up my certification. (In my state, you can get certified in areas that you don’t have credit hours in.)

    My dilemma is this, even after I pass the art certification exam, would you recommend going back to school for a post-bacc in art? Taking a few community college/university courses? Or just practicing on my own to get my skills a bit better? Since I already have decent skills, is another degree necessary? Money at this point is a factor, not so much time…I’m still pretty young.

    Thank you!

  6. Pricilla September 13, 2013 at 5:35 am Reply

    Hi, I’m going to be applying to colleges in less than a year, and I’ve just started to really look into schools. Will somebody please explain to me exactly what a liberal arts school is? Exactly what are liberal arts? I’ve looked online, but I would like to hear it in plain english. Also, what are the advantages and disadvantages to attending a liberal arts school? Thank you.

  7. Lucio September 15, 2013 at 12:12 pm Reply

    I want to take a decent amount of college courses while in the Navy. Would it be a good idea to choose one of the less stressful jobs to allow more time for classes during my off time, even if the job isn’t really related to what I want to do when I get out. Say I chose to be a postal clerk. I wouldn’t mind being one because it is something that interests me. Would it be ok to take courses towards a Bachelors in Science while in that job, since I ultimately want to be a nurse?

  8. Harriette October 24, 2013 at 5:34 am Reply

    What do I need to accomplish?

    I heard that I need a Bachelors degree and to have done a TEFL course of 120 hours or more?
    I don’t know what else? πŸ™ I can’t find any more information on it.

  9. Tasia December 12, 2013 at 7:02 pm Reply

    I’m starting to get this passion that i wish to become a manager to my fav store like a pet store don’t know what kind but any kind. I like to take management classes online but probably can only 2 years but if it gets my foot in the door i would gladly do it. thought of being a vet tech but no idea if i want to do thatbut i want tod do managment. I like to start off as an assistant manager. will a 2 degree help me get my foot in the door? I like to pursure a bachelours but no money and can’t afford to be in debt for that if i can’t become a manager right away.

  10. Kassandra December 23, 2013 at 1:39 am Reply

    I’m enlisting in the Navy and in about 2 weeks I’ll be assigned my job and I will take an Oath. I have 23 community college credits that I completed and I want to continue my education and get a bachelors degree at least. I understand the Navy pays for college tuition while you are in but my question is how exactly do you get this education? I really don’t like the idea of Everest, Keiser, Phoenix or any of those online colleges….but I don’t know too much about legitimate college that simply offer online degrees. I don’t see it being possible to actually attend a college while on active duty but are there college that work specifically with the military for online degrees? I’m 18 and I would really like to open a lot of doors and take advantage of these benefits as much as possible.

  11. Soraya December 24, 2013 at 5:32 pm Reply

    Hi,
    I currently work two jobs, and I don’t have as much free time as I’d like. Is it possible to get a college education online faster than going to traditional school? I don’t have so much free time, so the online option seems really good to me. However, I don’t want to get an online education if it means sacrificing a decent education.

    Any opinions?

  12. Fonda January 5, 2014 at 1:04 pm Reply

    I’m planning to take online courses to earn a bachelor degree since I’m oversees for a family situation. What are the disadvantages I should consider? apart from the fact that It’s nothing like a traditional campus and thus, it can cause an isolation.

    Thank you.
    After the college, I’m thinking of medical school.
    I’m an autodidact πŸ™‚

  13. George February 22, 2014 at 3:40 am Reply

    how can you work full-time and earn an online education?

  14. Juan February 22, 2014 at 5:51 am Reply

    Hello. Well as everyone else out there has figured out having a degree is always a smart choice. I am thinking about getting a bachelors degree and I will tell you a little about myself and hopefully someone out there can give me what I am looking for. I am active duty military and I have around 15 months left in active service. I really love being outdoors and I am also interested in Law Enforcement. I have been thinking about BLM. I have a goal of opening my own business but if god forbid that were to fall through and set me back financially. Well I am using going to be going through the ArmyEd program and this last year of my service I am gonna knock out some courses. I would like to do all of this online. I hear a lot about people here getting there BA online and never setting foot in classes. I am looking for that I am a hard worker and an even better student. The Army is not for me so I am getting out but I want to have my path laid out long before I do actually separate. So to the big question. I understand that I may not be able to get my whole degree online but I need to be wary about the online courses that I take not be transferable to a college I would like to attend at a later date. So I am pretty sure I will have to figure out the college I may want to take the last 1-2 years of schooling at prior to even enrolling into an online school correct? I also know to contact my Ed center on post. It just never hurt to ask on here in case someone has already been in my shoes. They tend to give the best advice. So please share any and all information that you may think would help me!

    Much appreciated!! -Josh

  15. Hoyt February 22, 2014 at 6:05 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

  16. Dyan February 22, 2014 at 8:41 am Reply

    can some one tell me where i can get an online bachelor’s degree in education ?
    maybe k-6 or k-12 or to become a teacher. I am working and i need a program that is 100 percent online but also has credibility. What are the best online schools to get my degree in edu?

    can some 1 help me out?

  17. Laree February 25, 2014 at 4:24 am Reply

    I’m wondering when the four-year program became standard for completion of the Bachelor of Arts degree. I notice that when reading historical biographies, the subject often seems to complete their degrees in a shorter time (or different time) than we assume today.

  18. Hipolito February 25, 2014 at 1:52 pm Reply

    Could you give me your best defination/all the information you know about a Bachelors Degree? πŸ™‚

    Thanks,
    Renee

  19. Gale February 25, 2014 at 1:52 pm Reply

    I have approximately 54 college credits.. looking to transfer from a brick and motar school. So it can fit the demand of my military career. Thank you, please answer with maturity.

  20. Damian February 25, 2014 at 1:52 pm Reply

    ACCA

  21. Yoshie March 7, 2014 at 11:28 pm Reply

    Has anyone online went to an online college and had that get them good employment, or helped their career? If so, what are the best online college, and how does a degree from an online college, or private university compare to a state college or university/ Thanks in advance for all answers and this question will be put to a vote..

  22. Adrian March 7, 2014 at 11:29 pm Reply

    After I get my Associates I am considering going to school online to get my Bachelors this way I could work a full time job while still going to college just wondering if this would have any affect on my resume or how future employers would consider me for a job.

  23. Miguel March 12, 2014 at 7:35 am Reply

    Are more people taking online classes due to Student Aid changes? “End of Ban on Federal Student Aid for Most Online Institutions Provokes Few Changes” By Dan Carnevale Jan 19, 2007 The Chronicle of Higher Education –
    Six months after the demise of a rule that had prevented most online institutions from participating in federal financial-aid programs, few colleges have taken advantage of the change. . . . Michael P. Lambert, executive director of an accrediting agency called the Distance Education and Training Council, said colleges do not want to rush into Title IV eligibility, for fear of making a mistake. They want to make sure they can handle the requirements first, he said. “We are going about this very slowly and very deliberately,” Mr. Lambert said. “Consequently our schools are taking their time.”
    …are more using Student Aid money to pay for their online classes?
    is blogging being used in more classes to give the in-person class more “cool factor” to attract students? my college calls them HYBRID classes

  24. Alexander March 12, 2014 at 8:27 am Reply

    I have a Bachelor’s Degree from Excelsior College, which is a non-competitive college in up-state New York. My Degree is in Liberal Science, and most of my courses are in Criminal Justice and Psychology. My GPA is a 3.29, and I have also been in the Coast Guard for 7 years. How difficult would it be for me to get into the online Master’s Degree program for Criminal Justice at Boston University? I know BU is a top school, and I am concerned about the school I received my Bachelor’s Degree at not being up to par. I think my Coast Guard experience will help, but I am unsure. Any insight would be great. Thank you.

  25. Masako March 16, 2014 at 1:51 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.

    ~NEO

  26. Billi March 16, 2014 at 1:51 am Reply

    Hi i was planning to attend ashfords psychology bachelors degree program onliine. I would like to know what you guys think of this. Also do you know that it is generally dificult to keep up or even begin to attend or assis in this form of educatoin, which is online?

    thanks!

  27. Ezekiel March 17, 2014 at 10:31 pm Reply

    well basically i want to get an associate of science in computer information technology at miami dade college but after is it really worth getting bachelor degree in the same subject or is it best to start working after i get the associate degree
    thanks guys but the thing is you guys are not thinking about is how much this bachelor degree is gonna cost because am drawing out a student loan hoping to get some scholarships while am at the college because Miami dade college offers scholarships if you get a high GPA and etc but hey thanks people for the answers

  28. Karri March 27, 2014 at 1:17 pm 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?

  29. Tiffaney April 7, 2014 at 9:47 am Reply

    What’s different between online and other colleges in tuition fee.
    and also does anyone know how can I find some online colleges for accounting in California.
    (i want to get an accounting certificate)

  30. Emmy May 6, 2014 at 2:45 pm Reply

    Okay first of all I was not aware that thier was such a thing as a bachelors in ECE. My dream job is to teach third grade and under and right now I am getting my elementry degree. My worry is that once having my elementry degree I may not be able to teaching those younger grades because that is what ECE is for. What are the advantages and disadvantages for both degrees I always thought a teaching degree would be better
    sorry I have spelling errors I am typing very fast

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