With the available of education online, you have more than one option to complete a degree. You may choose to complete your college via traditional way where you have to attend the degree program in a brick-and-mortal college; or you can opt to pursue the degree online. Both options have the advantages and disadvantages. But, the advantages of education via online option may not benefit you if it is not the best option for you. So, you have to decide the education option that best fits for you regardless of the current trend of getting a degree online. Below are the 3 tips that you can use to decide the best way to pursue a degree:
More and more young people are choosing non-traditional education to start and advance in their careers while completing and furthering their formal education. “Typical distance learners are those who don’t have access to programs, employees who work during scheduled class hours, homebound individuals, self-motivated individuals who want to take courses for self-knowledge or advancement, or those who are unable or unwilling to attend class” (Charp, 2000, p. 10). Three key elements surround the online learner: technology, curriculum, and instructor (Bedore, Bedore, & Bedore, 1997). These elements must be keenly integrated into one smoothly and operationally functional delivery tool.
The thing about life is that it doesn’t happen on a schedule. People get married young – they get married old, they start companies at 14 and get their educations later, they switch careers mid-stream – they change.