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Online Accredited Degrees

The options for getting a serious education using just a computer and internet connection are becoming more attractive with every passing day but it is important to make sure any course of study undertaken in this fashion will provide online accredited degrees, just like those offered in a campus-based, classroom setting.

The accreditation process is the same for online classes as well as classroom studies. In fact, all educational facilities in any particular region fall under the jurisdiction of the same governing body, making all online accredited degrees equivalent in value and scope to those gotten in person.

One way to make sure any course of study in question will result in online accredited degrees is to verify accreditation status with your state's board of education or with the agency that licenses businesses for operation within your state's boundaries. These government agencies can tell you which schools are properly accredited and which schools are not. Avoid those that are not.

While it's easy to assume you'll earn online accredited degrees from well-respected schools that have long offered legitimate courses of study in the traditional classroom setting, there are a lot of copycat institutions out there, too. Many of them have taken on names designed to confuse.

Before enrolling for computer-based study programs, check with the admissions office of the school the online accredited degrees are supposedly affiliated with. If the affiliation is true, the admissions office personnel will be happy to assist you in enrolling for online classes, just as they would if you were to attend class in person.

Still another way to make sure only online accredited degrees are under consideration is to ask about financial aid to students for educational purposes. Many schools of dubious affiliation may say they offer student loans or can suggest third-party funding, but it's only the properly accredited schools that offer funding backed by federal or state governments.

The options are many for earning online accredited degrees but there is still a general air of mistrust associated with many things available via the internet. It's never a bad idea to beware of deceptive practices and to verify the legitimacy of any internet-based business.

But please do remember that there are many perfectly safe and admirable online accredited degrees available, too. Just make sure you enroll with one of these fully accredited programs before transferring any tuition money or accepting any student loan money and your education should be safe, sound, and highly beneficial.


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