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Do all the online courses require that you've already obtained a high school diploma or the equivalent?
I'm currently enrolled in a home-schooling program but I will receive an actual diploma (not a GED) when I complete the necessary credits. I've recently decided that I'd like to become a web designer/develop. When researching the field and available online courses, I saw this site and that it had many courses pertaining to the field that might be of my interest. Some said that the course required that a student already have a high school diploma or the equivalent and others didn't. So I was wondering if the authors just forgot to put that in or if these courses were available sans diploma.

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Asked by lydiladybird Monday Feb 23rd 2009 in Home Schooling
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Hi Lydi,

Thank you for visiting! The courses listed in our course catalog here: http://www.distance-education.org/Courses/ do not require a high school diploma to be enrolled in. Any of the certificates or degree programs labeled as a "degree" do require a high school diploma and some colleges require some previous college experience to enroll with them. I would start you search with the link above to our course catalog. Click on the enroll now links to get information on enrollment dates and other info.

We have many wonderful web design courses listed in our catalog. If you need any help picking out any courses or have any additional questions please feel free to contact us:
http://www.distance-education.org/contact.php

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