Can you get your bachelor's degree through only distance education?
I have a scholarship for university in Florida, but I want to pursue a distance education for my bachelor's in psychology, then go to a different university in Canada and finish up my education. Will there be limits to how many credit hours I can obtain online instead of actually attending classes?
So, the deal with distance education in what are considered your "traditional" universities is that all of them have varying policies on the amount of online courses you can take. During my college career I was able to take as many online courses as I pleased; however, I had acquaintances at other universities who were only allowed to take "X" number of courses.
What you are going to have to do it contact you advisor or registrar's office, and discuss with them you option for distance education programs. They will be able to guide you in making the best decision for you academic career.
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