New Website Launches to Provide Information on Online Accredited Degrees
June 01, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsLas Vegas- June 1, 2006 - Millions of people want to earn their degree, but simply cannot leave their day job to return to college or don't have access to a college nearby. With the recent explosion of elearning they realize that there are options for earning their degree online, but may be confused when it comes to choosing an online resource because of questions on accreditation. With the launch of www.online-accredited-degrees.net consumers now have a resource to help them understand how to earn an accredited degree online and further their education goals.
www.online-accredited-degrees.net provides information on where to find accredited degree programs as well as what you should look for when choosing an online elearning resource. Not all online programs offer accredited degrees, and sometimes consumers can spend untold amounts of money and time earning a degree only to find out later on that the degree is not accredited and cannot be used to go on to post-graduate programs or get the job they always wanted.
Information on Degree Programs and Accredited Elearning Programs
The number of accredited degrees, as well as which colleges and universities offer them is changing constantly. www.online-accredited-degrees.net offers the latest, up to date information on a number of degree programs and programs that help you choose which program best meets your needs. Recent changes such as federal aid guidelines for students seeking to earn their degree online are covered, as well as new programs being introduced by colleges across the United States.
Keeping up to date with such information is crucial for those who are seeking a degree and looking for a program. www.online-accredited-degrees.net wants to be the premier online resource by keeping the content fresh, updated and relevant no matter what degree you might be interested in.
Education is power and the right choice in the provider of that education can mean the difference between a degree that can get you a raise or your dream job versus one that has value.