How it Works

Flexible Schedule

October 20, 2022

Back to School Blues Going back to school is never fun. You’re probably worried about writing papers, homework, and reading long textbooks. You don’t have to worry because your classes don’t have these. Luckily for you, technology has been making huge advancements in education while you’ve been out of school. What Can I Expect? Everything…

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Multiple Ways to Earn Credit

October 14, 2022

The schools we work with have an amazing transfer credit policy. They will accept credits from 10+ years ago, credits from multiple schools, and will give credit for prior learning experience, certifications, licenses, military experience, certificates, and foreign language exams. We want to start this degree plan with as many credits as we can so…

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The Cost of A Degree

October 7, 2022

College is Expensive As the cost of college tuition continues to rise, more and more people are looking for an alternative path for earning a college degree. Public university students pay $9,400 per year for a total of $37,600 over 4 years, and the average private university student pays $54,501 per year for a total…

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School Accreditation

September 28, 2022

Regional Accreditation We only work with colleges and universities that are regionally accredited. Regional Accreditation is the type of accreditation most institutions have in America because it is the highest accreditation in the United States. Regional accreditation is considered the most prestigious and widely-recognized type of accreditation. Regional vs. National Accreditation When you earn a…

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Breakdown of a Bachelor Degree

August 18, 2022

A Bachelor’s Degree Explained Bachelor degrees require 120 college credits. You will need to take a total of 40 college classes because each class is usually worth 3 credits. The first 20 classes are referred to as general education requirements (gen eds for short). These include classes like English, math, science, history, and gen ed…

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