I'm going back to school (again) but there are no local schools that offer the courses I want to major in. I searched for nearly a week and finally found a school located in New Hampshire (I'm in South Carolina) that has my desired major, it is much more affordable than other schools I've found online offering my major, and it's not an online school per se...they have been around a long time and have only offered solely online classes for a few years...so they are physical campus as well with sports teams and all that jazz also. I'm still a little nervous though... their online courses have gained a lot of press for being affordable, so I'm afraid a potential employer will think "online school" when they see where I graduated. I've heard online colleges aren't taken as seriously...as well as some of the "career colleges" like Strayer and Brown Mackie College.
So my question is...has anyone here graduated from an online school? Have you had any problems in terms of employers taking your degree as seriously? Were you able to find work in your chosen field? Thanks!
Asked by Anonymous at 8:47 PM on Jul. 10, 2011 in Just for Fun
Answer by MAFIAMAMI at 5:43 PM on Jul. 11, 2011