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Are online degrees considered as credible as degrees received from brick and mortar universities?

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Asked by dcheney326 Saturday Oct 31st 2009 in Online Colleges
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That is a complicated answer, but one that I can answer very quickly - YES!

Online Schools, like Brick-and-Mortar schools, vary in quality, and offer everything from diploma mills to Ivy League educations.

If you are considering attending an online school I would like to suggest that you do a lot of research before committing to any specific institution.

With that said, let me provide you with a few helping links that might help you.

Online Accreditation

If Online Education For You

Choosing An Online Program

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