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I am thinking about a degree in biology. Can I do this online?

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Asked by SBRAO Wednesday Apr 28th 2010 in Online Degrees
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Absolutely! While most people would think that earning your degree in a "hard" science, such as biology, online would be impossible, the fact is that they are becoming just as common as online degrees in education or business.

With the growth of high-speed Internet and online higher education institutions, the breadth of online degrees has expanded exponentially. Years ago in the dawn of online education most schools only offered degrees in areas of business and the humanities, but this growth in online technology has feed the growing need for online degrees in the various areas of the "hard" sciences, such as biology, chemistry, and physics.

So, if you are looking such a degree, here is a link to a list of online biology degrees.

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