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George B Said,
January 4th, 2011 @10:54 am  

You might want to seriously reconsider online college.

The only ones I would suggest are ones that have real college campuses in addition to an online component. Getting a strictly online degree might not get you very far in life.

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Roy Said,
January 4th, 2011 @11:34 am  

Avoid online schools. If money is the problem then try community college for the first 2 years. Online education is best for continuing education credits.

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MomSezNo Said,
January 4th, 2011 @11:52 am  

If the admission requirements aren’t clear from browsing the schools’ websites, then call the Admissions Office of the school you’re interested in. The requirements may be the same whether you want to attend the campus or do your work on line. That’s something you’d need to find out.

Take some acetominophen and then take a look at the websites and/or make some calls.

Good luck! [And, smart move, not falling for the diploma-mill come-ons.]

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Mario Said,
January 4th, 2011 @12:07 pm  

You can easily compare info about these schools in this site – edu.2kool4u.net

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Stone Said,
January 4th, 2011 @12:50 pm  

You can easily find out the required info at http://www.thedegreeexperts.com/online-college.aspx about various top ranked US universities and colleges. You can use their “online degree finder“ option to select the desired course.

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