What is the best online college/university to earn your Bachelors degree?

By | November 6, 2015

I know University of Phoenix, but it is very expensive. They also are not always on television advetised college said, I hope to have a college / university and recogzined national and / or international respect. Does anyone have an on-line courses and degree?

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3 thoughts on “What is the best online college/university to earn your Bachelors degree?

  1. Godsown

    Western Governors University is an online regionally and nationally accredited school and it is cheap! I’m going to get my masters from there. Website is wgu.edu. They have bachelors and post-bacc and masters degrees all online…

  2. RoaringMice

    There’s reputation, and then there are schools that employers tend to actually frown upon. Many of the typical “online” type schools – including U Phoenix – fall into this second category. Consider your options carefully.

    Online schools are very expensive – often moreso than fancy private, brick and mortar universities. These programs seem to be considered money makers for many schools, so there aren’t a lot of cheap rates available.

    There are reputable, “brick and mortar” schools that offer degrees online. Their good reputation for their on-campus programs will flow over into their online program. Some great universities that offer online degrees include:

    University of Massachusetts at Amherst
    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    University of Denver
    University of Maryland
    Duke University
    Drexel
    Carnegie Mellon
    Penn State
    Ball State
    U Nebraska – Lincoln
    Babson
    Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    University of Illinois

    And there are others. Check with your local state college, and your local community colleges. More and more of these have been offering quality online degrees lately, and you may qualify for the in-state tuition rate – which is a huge discount.

    But in general, when you’re looking for a distance learning degree, try to find a program at a school that has a good reputation for their “brick and mortar” campus.

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