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What are online bachelor degree programs?

I’ve recently completed my final high school year and I hope to pursue higher studies at a reputable university or college. At the moment I’m carrying out a research on different learning avenues in order to come up with the most comprehensive information that will help me get the best school for my specific needs. Therefore, I’d like to be enlightened about online bachelor degree programs. In addition, I need help with how to apply for online history degree program. Finally, I will appreciate, if someone can help me understand how to distinguish between genuine and fake online undergraduate degrees.

Carlton Burgess

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Aaron Lee on May 8, 2018

There are different learning avenues for students hoping to pursue higher learning. The type of higher education that you will pursue will be dictated by the grades you score in your final high school examination or entrance tests. Regardless of whether you qualify to attend a community college, vocational training center, college or university, you may choose to either physically attend college for full time learning or enroll for home-based/distant learning.  

Distant or online bachelor degree program is an undergraduate study program that is conducted purely on the internet. Online learning is cheap and deal if you do not have a lot of cash or if you wish to save for other things. On the other hand, if you intend to work part-time as you study, distant learning will be the best option for you. Moreover, your lectures and tutorials will be conducted according to your schedule. Home-based learning brings students from all over the world and through interacting with them you’ll have a far much bigger perspective of global trends and cultures, and your new friends could be very helpful in opening up new employment and market platforms for you. Personally, I prefer online learning since I will not be bounded by tight school schedules and I will be able to save a lot of money that could otherwise be spent on stationeries, accommodation, and traveling.

In case, you wish to use this home-based learning approach, you will need to apply online via the website of your preferred college. Since online applications follow the same criteria as a paper application, you will be required to scan your test scores reports or exam certificates/transcripts, national identification document, school leaving certificate, 2 passport-size photographs as well as any other document needed by your college.

Programs leading to online history degrees can be applied from anywhere. You simply need to have all the necessary application documents, a good scanner and a secure and fast internet connection. Most college websites have application portals that are highly user-friendly and allow students to submit their application in less than five minutes. Since there are schools that are more preferred to others, it is advisable that you choose a list of about three schools and then apply to all of them so as to stand a better chance of getting an admission letter. Also, ensure that you carefully craft your application essay and submit it along with high-quality scans of your documents to ensure that you stand a greater chance of being accepted.

It is not easy to differentiate between fake and genuine online undergraduate degree. The only way to ensure that you are not scammed by uncertified institutions is to carry out a background study on the colleges on your list. Seek testimonials and visit the education website for the full list of accredited colleges.

Tad Frazier2 years ago

I entirely agree with the above explanation regarding online bachelor degree programs, distant history degrees and how to know credible undergraduate colleges. The answer is informative and offers the most important basics of online learning. The world is changing so fast and so are education matters. Nowadays, if you’re from Kenya or Malaysia and you wish to pursue a computer programming course in MIT or Stanford University, you do not need to start applying for a visa to travel to the United States. You will only need to submit your application online and then wait to be given an admission/registration number.

In addition, international colleges that are reputable offer certificates that will prove that you fully learned the required modules and sat for the necessary exams. Most importantly, if you feel that you have to attend to other important things that will need your physical presence such as family issues, work or nursing your health, you do not need to stretch your mind and worry a lot about attending college; distant learning programs got you covered. 


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