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Guinnysmom Said,
November 29th, 2010 @8:38 am  

Most online schools are scams and are not recognized, even if they are accredited. Many teachers use programs like University of Phoenix, but that is only good for post-grad, not undergrad. Go through your state school and take online courses. Almost all are offering them now and they are recognized just like you had taken the courses on campus.

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Ben Said,
November 29th, 2010 @8:54 am  

You can easily compare info about these schools in this site – schools.iblogger.org

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Chris Said,
November 29th, 2010 @9:37 am  

Actually online colleges and degrees are becoming more and more popular. There have been articles done on how they are growing so fast and business are happy to recognize people’s hard work of getting their degree online. Online colleges give you more flexibility in your life and flexibility with how you would like to study and complete the course. http://www.uscollegesearch.org/online-colleges.html Good luck with your schooling!

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Ervin Payne Said,
November 29th, 2010 @10:01 am  

You should not face any problem if your online degree is from an accredited institution. Such degrees are considered at par as traditional classroom-based degrees. Online courses have gained widespread popularity and present a viable option for those who cannot go to a regular brick and mortar school. As far as recommendations are concerned, I would suggest you take a look at Independence University. My 43-year-old aunt recently completed an online degree from this school and she seemed pretty happy with her experience.

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