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Which is better, Nation or Regional accredited schools?

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Asked by Hailey Monday Mar 1st 2010 in Online Degrees
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You definitely need to pass through the first step, which is the associate degree before reaching the bachelor's. However, the requirement to get enrolled is your HS diploma or your GED. If you plan to pursue directly your bachelor's, Just get enrolled directly in a four- year program. Please remember that your first series of program will be concentrated on general studies, then the program foundation and core courses, and the concentration (courses of specialty).I have a bachelor's in business without getting an associate. Depending on your goal, just get in...

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Even if you need more guidance then have a look here:- <a herf="">Why You Should Choose an Accredited College Degree</a>

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I feel both is needed if you can get a college which notionally and regionally accredited. just read this article :

<a href="http://www.worldwidelearn.com/accreditation/importance-accreditation.htm">Importance of Accreditation</a>

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The link doesn't work.

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When it comes to higher education in the US, national and regional accreditation are really the same. To better explain this to you, I am going to refer you to an online article that discusses education accreditation in greater detail. Online College Accreditation 101.

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