I graduated from WNMU's MAIS degree program earlier this year, where I received concentrations in History and English. I now work at a local community college as a writing tutor. I often have people asking about my credentials (mostly just light-heartedly), so I say I got my master's from WNMU, and then they proceed to ask me about what it's like out West? hahaha. Now I've been out West, and even to New Mexico, but I usually tell them I did most of my coursework online. Somehow this feels like it cheapens my hard work is some people's eyes. But, I feel it shouldn't. So, my question here for DegreeInfo folks is, how do you talk about your graduate studies? Are you more forthright in talking about your online degree, or do you try to skirt the issue? I would like to have some good answers so I can better defend my hard work to my colleagues and students. Thanks!