The education industry is grappling with the seismic changes that have been occurring over the last decade. As the advantages of online education are becoming apparent, the trend for more and more students is to get an education online. More people than ever are earning degrees, even online masters degree programs, but fewer and fewer … Continued
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Online degree programs, like the ones offered at Colorado Christian University, are allowing students to earn college degrees without ever coming onto campus. In fact, thousands of students have earned their degrees from CCU, and all they needed was a desire to learn, a computer, and Internet access. Everything you need to complete your CCU online degree program can be accessed via computer including syllabi, assignments, and classroom presentations. You submit your work online and can even participate in topical discussions with classmates! Online education degrees include Accounting, Criminal Justice, Psychology, MBA and Information Systems Management just to name a few. Find out more information about the CCU Online Admissions process for the online degree you would like to pursue and get started today!
Agreement provides adult undergraduate students with lower-cost degree opportunities. Effective immediately, transfer students from 14 community colleges and online programs across Colorado can now complete up to 75 percent of coursework toward bachelor’s degrees at the lower community-college price. The offer is based on an agreement signed late last month by officials from Colorado Christian … Continued
This is a question educators have been asking for the last few years since high speed internet service is becoming commonplace. Since both the phone company and cable television providers both offer broadband internet service for as little as $15 per month, anyone can afford enough speed for live class participation. Not only can classes … Continued
Chances are, the words “college education” conjure up images of fresh-faced twenty-somethings, dusty libraries, dustier professors, large brick buildings, and a big pile of cash. My, how times have changed. It’s 2011, and college education is no longer happening only in big lecture halls. It’s happening within the space of the screen you’re looking at … Continued
If the date was 1971, or even 1981, and you were considering college, the decision would be pretty simple. Mail out some applications (yes, with real stamps on real envelopes), and wait to get accepted. Once you get accepted, load up the car, hug mom, hop in, and zoom off to college. For those of … Continued