Are online or campus colleges better? What about hands on training if you choose online? Ultrasound/sonography is my interest.
What about hands on training? Obviously studying online is one thing working on skills and machinery is another.
What about financial aid? I'm 45 now. Can I even apply for aid and or loans?
As much info I can get would be great.
If you are not working, then you should better opt for campus college. In campus, you will be able to learn and practice more about sonography. In online courses, you will have to study at yourself or you have to join coaching institutes to be guided.
As far as if online are campus colleges are better, that depends a lot on the person and his or her style of learning. There are pros and cons to each type of learning. Online schools tend to offer a lot more flexibility, but traditional colleges can offer more hands on training. I would recommend that you look through some of the articles on this page: Is Online Learning for You?
As far as hands on training, there are a few degree programs that require an in-person component. You can find a some of these in this article: Six Online Degrees That Require an In Person Component.
There is no age limit on financial aid or who can fill out the FAFSA. You can find out a lot of valuable information about financial aid on this page: Financial Aid.
Finally I would recommend that you look into this program for sonography: Bachelor of Science in Medical Sonography.
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