What’s your opinion about online degrees?

By | December 4, 2015

The degree I want to pursue is computer-related anyway. Computer Science. It could even be from Stanford, of Columbia University. But, only degree? What do you think? They’re cheaper and I can study and complete the homework on my own schedule. So that will leave me time to work because I have, literally, negative money. It’s good, ok, not bad? Or they’re fake, not valuable, not a real education?

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2 thoughts on “What’s your opinion about online degrees?

  1. Derek

    Online degrees are not a good idea. The alleged “graduate” of an online program may have cheated by hiring an impostor to take the courses. As a result, ANY online degree is considered questionable-even if from a legit school. In addition, any studies that should require any hands on study or lab work obviously cannot be done online. Employers often automatically reject job applicants listing ANY online degree or ANY for-profit school. Many are outright scams. See RipOffReport.com for reviews of schools to avoid.

    There is a growing trend for well respected colleges to code their degrees and transcripts to indicate whether the studies were online, blended, or actual classroom based. No online program can be as good as the learning experience and personal interaction of actual classroom attendance. Attend college in person-You’ll be glad you did!

  2. Ray

    The online degree programs are beneficial for students who cannot attend the traditional on-campus classes for any reason. It is specifically designed for adult learners who want to complete their educational goals while keeping up with their full-time jobs or family responsibilities. Offered in easy, convenient, and flexible format, it provides opportunities for thousands of students to complete their educational goals and advance their careers

    1. Study from wherever YOU want!!!
    2. Study whenever YOU want!!!
    3. College Degree according to Your Needs
    4. Get Someone Else to Pay for It
    5. Earn Your Degrees Faster
    6. Building New Skills
    7. Apply Immediately What You Have Learned.

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