Owning an up-to-date computer is essential to complete today's high-tech online courses. If you're using a years-old desktop or perhaps public libraries, it's time for an upgrade. Gizmodo warned about average prices of $550 for PC and $1,000 for Mac computers. However, these costly figures shouldn't make you fear online higher education. That's because several . . .
The United States' education landscape is exploding with traditional and distance options to reach your post-high school goals. According to the NCES College Navigator, there are 7,151 Title IV institutions that enroll 21 million students, nearly 6 percent of the entire population. With so many schools available, picking just one to spend 2-4 years at . . .
Today's wannabe B-school students are faced with the conundrum of needing at least a four-year baccalaureate but not wanting to rack up debt. Fortunately, online business bachelor's degrees can provide a simple solution: cheaper courses! Online colleges have less overhead costs to keep tuition below the average totals of $56,840 to $104,400 cited on CNN . . .
Online associate degrees are two-year, lower-division undergrad programs that use internet classrooms to prepare for the workforce or launch bachelor's transfers. Earning an associate online is an attractive option for high school grads or GED recipients. First, Rasmussen University found an associate degree makes you eligible for 134 percent more postings or over 6.3 million . . .
Starting your career with an online associate degree can be a smart financial move. Community colleges stretch tuition budgets by charging cheap prices. According to the Lumina Foundation, the average full cost at junior institutions is $9,000 annually. Associate programs finish in 18 to 24 months to stop tuition bills faster. Online schools bring the . . .
You'll likely knee-deep in the confusing choice of where to study and are tempted by talks of the easiest, accredited online colleges. It's human nature to want to finish tasks as easily and quickly as possible. Especially when that task is a degree that can greatly uplift your résumé. After all, the Washington Post reported . . .
Easy and accredited online college programs can give all students, even the nontraditional ones, the unparalleled benefits of a degree without the fuss of campus commutes. And getting an accredited college degree has suprising benefits. In fact, during April 2017 the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the median weekly earnings for high school graduates . . .
Easy master's programs seem like an oxymoron because achieving an advanced, second-cycle degree for professional leadership should never be simple. However, accredited online colleges are increasingly easing the burden of master's curricula by offering 24/7 access, waiving GRE scores, condensing course lengths, shrinking credit requirements, and exchanging tests for theses. That's welcome news because CareerBuilder.com . . .
Master's degrees are post-grad, second-cycle academic offerings awarded by universities as advancement tools for specialized professional practice. Earning a master's is considered a prerequisite for many high-paying jobs, such as economist, school administrator, statistician, political scientist, financial advisor, marketer, and operations manager. According to Jobscan, 16 million U.S. adults now hold a master's degree. This . . .