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Mark Said,
July 14th, 2010 @4:32 pm  

I would concentrate on your degree on campus and make sure that you do well with that. However, you can take classes from http://www.lsu.edu/ that should go towards the other degree. I would talk to your adviser to check that these classes would transfer. You have like 9 months or so to complete these classes, so you are not so pressured.
Edit: you do not have to be resisted as a student to take courses in distant education from LSU, unless you plan to get your degree from LSU. Just make sure that you take enough classes to qualify for a degree from the school you are going to. Most schools require so many hours to be taken at the school to get the degree from them. However most of your educational core classes and electives will count towards both degrees.

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Robert H Said,
July 14th, 2010 @5:05 pm  

Yes, you can go for online and on campus college at the same time for two different degrees. Its better you choose your online education at CalUniversity, which offers distance learning programs, admission’s counselors will make your education experience smoother and easier than you ever thought possible. You can take up any of the new courses among several Masters and Doctorate programs available.

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