Simplify Learning with Online Classes
Getting your bachelor’s degree virtually has become a growing trend in a variety of different fields, and business schools in particular have begun to follow the pack.
Whether students plan on pursuing an online associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree, it can be challenging to pick the right online program, especially for adults who are going back to school.
Western Governors University is facing massive enrollment expansion in recent months, showcasing the popular rise of pursuing an online degree rather than the traditional college campus experience.
According to a 2011 report by the Sloan Consortium, in the fall 2010 semester about 6.1 million students were taking at least one online college course.
When you’re going back to school, one of the biggest investments you should make is purchasing the right computer.
If you’re thinking about going back to school for a master of business administration degree, the affordable and convenient route of an online degree could be the smartest answer for you.
While a fundamental subject that students learn at a young age, mathematics is a field that triggers much anxiety from many learners across the country.
In an attempt to minimize student loans, expedite the college process and advance their careers, students are opting for alternative programs to earn their degrees.
The University of Wisconsin (UW) System recently launched a new self-paced online program for students to achieve their bachelor’s or associate’s degree in an accessible and affordable way.
The number of online resources available to students has grown exponentially in the past few years, from TED Talks and the Coursera program to StumbleUpon and Goodreads.