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Which online colleges don't require recent work experience for a master's degree?

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Asked by mikedeal67 Friday Nov 5th 2010 in Online Degrees
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There are a large number of online colleges and universities who do not require their students to have recent work experience. The requirements for work experience is typically based on the type of program, and so it is difficult to pinpoint any one (or a few) specific college or university.

What I would suggest is that you make a list of the online programs you are interested in, and contact the admissions officer about the requirements for the program. There are a number of extenuating circumstances that might allow you to join a program no matter the work experience requirement, but the only the school will have that information.

Here is a list of Online Colleges and Universities, take a look at the programs you are interested in, and contact them. They will be more than happy to help you determine if you meet a programs requirements.

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