Best Answer

Related Post

Spread the word

Digg this post

Bookmark to delicious

Stumble the post

Add to your technorati favourite

Subscribes to this post

1 Comment Already

mygif
jtwb568@yahoo.com Said,
January 12th, 2011 @8:45 am  

Online, correspondence, and distance learning degrees are gaining some acceptance and respect as programs are proven complete and successful. One thing to look at before jumping into one of the is the accredation of the company offering the course(s). In order for the credit that you earn with one of them to be transferable, the place offering the credit MUST be accredited by a national AND regional accrediting body. I STRONGLY suggest that you locate contact information for the accrediting body in your area and check it with them. If you simply ask the school that offers the credit for the program you are considering, you will be told something like, “Every institution evaluates credit from another school based upon their own criteria and we can’t tell you if our credits will be accepted by them or not.” That is a HUGE RED FLAG! Do your own research!!

Leave Your Comments Below

Please Note: All comments will be hand modified by our authors so any unsuitable comments will be removed and you comments will be appreared after approved