Are online undergrad and graduate degrees respected by employers in today’s job market?

By | November 17, 2015

I am considering an online degree search, but I do not know what the future employers will experience its quality. Anyone any comments on a human resources capacity, the employer, or someone who has successfully completed the on-line education will be particularly appreciated. Thank you.

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  1. Tom J

    As long as the college (online or campus based) is regionally accredited, any degree you earn should be accepted by any potential employers or other academic institutions.
    My best recommendation would be to contact a number of colleges to find the best fit for you and your needs (tuition, schedule, career opportunities, etc.). Too often people enroll in the first school they find rather than taking the time to find the best school for them. Taking that time now could save you a lot of time, money and frustration if you choose the wrong school.
    This site has some good info on regionally accredited online degrees and some colleges that offer them to help expand your search:
    http://www.ecollegefinder.org
    I think you can enter your info on there for any colleges you are interested in and they will send you more info for free. Good Luck!

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