Are online degrees considered as good to employers as actually going to class and earning a degree?

By | August 30, 2015

I am considering an online degree, because I worked full time, I think that night I do not need a local university courses. Online degrees are increasingly popular, more convenient to go full-time employees. My worry is that a pair of, rather than with the online degree, some employers willing to employ the traditional classroom level. What is the employer that a person has proper training / knowledge is, if an online degree?

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2 thoughts on “Are online degrees considered as good to employers as actually going to class and earning a degree?

  1. janedoe069

    I have received two Masters from Online programs, and yes, they are just as viable! Most businesses will not look at where or how you gained your degree- but whether or not the school is accredited! Good luck!

  2. MrsKat

    That is why I decided to get my degree online. It was the best thing I have ever done. I can work at my own pace (as long as I finish everything by Sunday). Do your homework before you select a school and make sure they have what you want and are within your price range. Google the school and find out what other people think of it…student opinions. That might help you see how respected the program is.

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