If you have your associate's degree and go full time job would you go campus directly or distance learning? If yes, why? If no, why not?
...it would all depend on time...travelling etc. and ease of studying on your own time...have done a few quick courses that were easy to get through without support of any kind - i've attended on campus - and sometimes when time was tight i'd speak to the prof about not actually attending lectures and just handing in papers and dropping in for exams - prof was up for it...it was all good..basically they just want your $'s anyway....just worked with whatever time i had when i was studying and working...and other times attended lectures because i had the time. I've also done some distance courses that worked well at the time because I had developed a good routine (rhythm) of when and how to study the most efficiently.
Hope that helps.
by Timothy Arends 3 years ago
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by brnielsen44 5 years ago
Do you think an online education should be just as credible as a brick and mortar school education?
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Do you know anyone who does not own a televison set?
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