Q: Will a college degree help me in meeting my career goals?
A: Yes. Employers covet candidates with college degrees.
A college degree could be the difference between getting a promotion or being passed over.
On average, college graduates are more successful within their respective careers and earn more money over the course of their life than non-college
According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, people with a bachelor's degree earn an average of 98% more income in their life than those that did not earn their degree. People with a master's degree earn, on average, 170% more.
Q: What is the cost?
This depends on the university and the program in which you are interested. Typically, attending an online university and receiving an online degree is far less expensive than attending a traditional campus-based university. To learn more, please contact us and we would be glad to assist you in any way possible.
Q: How much time is required?
The average time spent on a class is approximately 16-20 hours per week. You can login any time that is convenient for you. There are no required live sessions. The instructors provide the assignments and requirements just as in a physical setting. However, you will never miss a lecture or class since all of the lectures and notes are available online.
Q: Will my transcript say it is an online degree?
No. Your degree will come from the university in which you enrolled. It will not specify that your program was completed online.
Q: Will this degree work in my state?
Q: Are your programs accredited?
Yes. An accredited program is critical to ensure that your degree is recognized. All of our partner universities have the highest accreditation possible, which is regional accreditation.