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Im 58 years old - looking for an associates degree in human/social services. Which is the best school for my age group?

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Asked by Darvelia Thursday Jan 26th 2012 in Online Degrees
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There are many Benefits to Being an Adult Learner, and many schools that would be great options for you. Online colleges are great for adult learners, especially those still in the work field. I recommend that you read this article: Seniors Returning to School: Six Myths About Older Adult Education. I also would highly recommend that you look through the programs on this page: Online Human Services Degrees. Once you find programs you are interested in, I suggest you request more information from those schools. The school can give you more information about each program and help you find which one is right for you and your schedule.

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