Going back to school is a big investment — not just of money, but also of time, effort and hope. That’s why it pays to do your homework before you sign up for an online degree program, or any college program for that matter.
An online degree can offer great cost savings and flexible scheduling. That’s why they’ve become so popular with adult learners, particularly in the current economic environment. This year, over one million adults are taking degree or certificate programs delivered 100% online in the U.S., according to Eduventures, and the University of Phoenix reports that it’s average student is now 34 years of age. If you’re a working adult who needs a realistic way to increase your salary, a distance learning degree is particularly attractive.
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