Educational Technology

September 14, 2017

Home schooled: How to evaluate an online degree program

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:35 am

by Craig Guillot CTW

Institutions like Duke, MIT and Stanford now offer online programs, and many employers are holding some of these degrees in the same regard as they might from a 4-year institution.¬†Some working professionals find it more convenient to pursue online degrees while balancing a career and family, and are also enrolling in a growing array of online graduate programs.¬†While online programs now offer a high level of credibility with employers, students still must evaluate the programs carefully. The FTC warns consumers at its website about signs a school might be a “diploma mill.” Some of these warning signs include advertising a flat fee for the degree, a short completion time, pushy advertising tactics and accreditations from phony agencies.

http://www.nwitimes.com/business/jobs-and-employment/home-schooled-how-to-evaluate-an-online-degree-program/article_9fe52a7b-a0e6-5533-a817-a64104dd0fd6.html

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