Welcome to OnlineDegrees.com, your one-stop resource for online degree programs. We offer everything a prospective online student could need, from detailed descriptions of degrees by major to articles on the latest college trends, where to find financial aid and beyond.
We believe in empowering you to make the right decision for yourself!
Online degrees are growing faster than ever. The latest research from the Babson Survey group shows that enrollments in distance education courses have increased faster than they have before with more than one in every four students taking at least one online course.
With a wide range of online degrees available, we understand that picking the right college and program for you can be difficult. On OnlineDegrees.com, you’ll find information about the delivery, cost, requirements, and reputation of online degrees from a wide range of colleges and universities.
We provide information on what you’ll learn; if you’ll need to be present on campus for practical work or residencies and what careers you can have with each major.
Some Tools We Offer:
You can browse online degree programs by areas of your interest. For example, if you are generally interested in computers and everything tech, take a look at our computers and technology page to learn about all the majors that fall under that bracket.
If you are looking for colleges by state, we’ve got that covered too! Just select the state you are looking to study in and you’ll know what the state has to offer.
If you’re confused about what path to take, try using our Degree & Career Match-Up Tool to see how the major you are interested in stacks up against others.
Unsure about online degrees in general? Check out our FAQs to have all your questions answered.
To top it all off, our Degree360 page has a whole host of resources for prospective students of online degree programs including resources like a Guide to Financial Aid Options, Infographics for bite-sized facts, articles on topics that are important to you and more.
We believe in being transparent about where our facts come from – which is why you’ll see a list of sources at the bottom of every page, so you can be confident that all the information you see comes straight from the experts.
Who we help
New to the world of online education? We’re here to help. Forget commuting to campus or sitting in class all day. With the convenience and flexibility of an online degree program, you can further your education on your own terms, when and where it makes sense for you.
Research by the Learning House shows that only 50 percent of students enrolled in distance education are millennials. The rest are between the ages of 18 to 22 and 55 to 73. So it really doesn’t matter how old you are, it’s what you want to do that matters.
Onlinedegrees.com is designed to help:
- Recent high school graduates: who are looking to take their first steps into the postsecondary education.
- Back-to-schoolers: adults who are going back to school to earn the degree they always wanted to.
- Working professionals: who want to advance their education and their careers.
- Career changers: working professionals who want an education to change their career paths entirely.
How do we do it?
We know how important it is for you to make an informed decision while choosing an online degree program. That’s why we go the extra mile to ensure that the data we provide you is free from any biases. Some of our favorite sources of information include:
- The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
- The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)
- The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
- The United States Census Bureau
- Research published by reputed education resources
While ranking online degree programs and schools, not only do we use data from the sources listed above but also take into consideration the number of schools offering a particular degree, the number of students enrolled in distance education and more.
Seaman, Julia E., I. Elaine Allen, and Jeff Seaman, Grade Increase: Tracking Distance Education in the United States, Babson Survey Research Group, 2018, https://onlinelearningsurvey.com/reports/gradeincrease.pdf
Clinefelter, D. L., Aslanian, C. B., & Magda, A. J., Online college students 2019: Comprehensive data on demands and preferences. Louisville, KY: Wiley edu, LLC, 2019, https://www.learninghouse.com/knowledge-center/research-reports/ocs2019-research-report/