Wanted: Online Education, Now!
Online and on-campus universities alike are offering more online education programs, because they meet the schools' bottom line as well as their students' demands. And online education programs like business degrees allow working professionals and parents to build career paths at any point in their lives.
Online Degrees for Working Parents
Melissa Landrum, a mother in her thirties, told a Florida publication about the business degree she earned online. She is among hundreds of students who have earned their education through an online university.
Ms. Landrum's degree program included around 350 students; she studied entirely online, working around her prior commitments. Now she has respected business credentials and can pursue a career with confidence. (Business degrees are the most popular programs pursued at online universities).
Students Want Online Education
Online universities are becoming more popular than ever, especially among working adults and parents. Even traditional universities are making a push toward online education, offering more online courses and degree programs every year. Some universities see the economic advantage of offering online degrees, and others are simply responding to feedback from students who want more online education.
Better Sense, Better Futures Online
Whether it makes better financial sense, enables working moms to earn an education, or simply allows more individuals to go to school, online degrees are here to stay. Students like Ms. Landrum are real proof of that.
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