Being 60 years old, one semester short of a BA in drama/English literature from Baylor University and very active in the theater filmed in a foreign country, I want to know if it's possible to finish my BA and get a master's online and how.
How can I finish the BA in drama I started many years ago and go on to get a master's in drama all online?
Well, that is quite the question, and will include you doing a lot of work and research.
First, let's address your in-progress degree program. When it comes to college credits earned there is a statute of limitations for using those credits to complete a degree or transfer them to a new school. So, what you should do is contact Baylor University and discuss with them if the credits you have earned are still applicable to the completion of your degree. Now with that said, if you only have a semester left, I would suggest that you finish your degree program with Baylor University. Often times with transferring to a new school there are a number of credits that will not transfer, and will require you to take a number of extra courses to complete your degree. This could take you quite a bit longer and be more pricey. Also, many universities are offering a large number of online courses these days, so you might be able to complete the degree online.
Now, once you have completed your bachelor's degree, you can begin applying for online graduate degree programs in theater. Now, I must say that there are not a lot of theater degree programs that are offered online, especially at the graduate level. So, what I would suggest you do is do some research online with some more traditional universities, such as Baylor University, and discuss with the possibility of earning your theater arts degree online.
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