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Unlike the University of Phoenix, where credit is earned for the most part in traditional classes, distance learning focused regionally accredited assessment colleges and universities accept 100% exam based credit include toward a degree. The main providers are ,Charter Oak State College ( COSC ), Excelsior College (formerly Regents college of the University of the State of New York (USNY)), Thomas Edison State College (TESC), and the Board of Governors (BOG) and Board of Trustees (BOT) BA degree programs offered by several universities in Illinois.
Both online bachelor of science and bachelor of arts degrees are, just like the University of Phoenix, offered in a wide variety of academic and professional disciplines in the Liberal Arts, in Accountancy, Business Administration, Computer Information systems, History, Nursing, Psychology, and on. All can be earned by testing out. Degrees from Excelsior College offer students using exam-based credit, the singular opportunity to construct a first class grade point average (GPA), which may prove useful in submission of academic transcripts to graduate schools or in application for employment.
Accelerated, accredited online master degrees are listed and will be reviewed in-depth. Distance learning online graduate degrees covered include MA, MBA, M.Ed., MS, M.Eng., MSc, LLM, and Ph.D. All graduate programs listed are 100% distance degrees, and the majority are administered entirely online via the World Wide Web. Many disciplines are represented, including, master degree offerings in Liberal studies and in the Sciences, in Accountancy, Business Administration, computer engineering and computer studies, political science, psychology, teaching, religion, and the Social Services. The graduate degree distance learning programs featured are screened for legitimacy and price. Typically, these master degrees will cost about 20% of the cost of any equivalent degree earned at the University of Phoenix and other universities and colleges of that ilk.
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1. Legitimacy of the institution – defined as, state funded, and recognized by the government of the country as an institution of higher learning, or, in the case of US institutions, they may be public or private, but they must be regionally accredited.
2. Programs must be truly distance learning programs – There must be no requirement for any visits to the administering institution or its agents, other than occasional local excursions for the purposes of writing proctored exams. Note that programs listed may recommend and offer face to face seminars and other personal encounters, but none are required.
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