Are there any completely online Bachelors (All 120 credits)?

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by iquagmire, Mar 25, 2011.

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  1. iquagmire

    iquagmire Member

    My cousin is looking for a completely online college. He has a high school diploma and is 19 years old but cannot to go on campus.

    Any credible, regionally accredited college that takes a person from soup to nuts?

    Thanks

    G
     
  2. japhy4529

    japhy4529 House Bassist

  3. BrandeX

    BrandeX New Member

    All "online" schools, and "most" brick and mortars these days perhaps too.
     
  4. major56

    major56 Active Member

  5. GeeBee

    GeeBee Member

    The programs with which I am most familiar are degree completion programs; for example, all of the online Bachelor's at UIS require one to have an Associates or equivalent before admission.

    Chadron State College is a regionally accredited, B&M school that does offer a number of degrees that can be earned completely online.
     
  6. heimer

    heimer New Member

    UMUC for starters
     
  7. Shawn Ambrose

    Shawn Ambrose New Member

    If your cousin is willing to start at a community college, I'll recommend Clovis Community College in MN and earning an Associates Degree there - then transferring the degree. Including the online fees, an out of state resident pays $1170/tuition for 15 credits ($78/credit hour).

    Shawn
     
  8. Bruce

    Bruce Moderator Staff Member

  9. james_lankford

    james_lankford New Member

  10. BrandeX

    BrandeX New Member

    NM, if it was MN I would have attended there myself :)
     
  11. scaredrain

    scaredrain Member

    Sure there are a few! My brother will finish up at Southern New Hampshire University, a bachelors in english, which he stated 3.5 years ago and will finish this May. SNHU has many online programs and they have a real brick and mortar campus:

    Distance Learning Online | SNHU
     
  12. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    There are a lot of 100% online degree programs. Too many to list. Can you be more specific as to the subject area or some other criteria that would help to sift out appropriate choices? Here's another offering:

    21 online Bachelors degrees from UMass

    Degree List - UMassOnline
     
  13. funInSun

    funInSun New Member

    UMUC requires one proctored exam in every undergraduate class. You can take that exam at a local CC's testing center, but that's still not totally online. I had heard they got a grant to study whether this "proctored" exam can happen online (since the exam is largely just validating who is taking the course), but I can't imagine how that would be possible.
     
  14. BrandeX

    BrandeX New Member

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