What do you think is the easiest online degree?

Discussion in 'Business and MBA degrees' started by catlin0915, Oct 20, 2016.

  1. Life Long Learning

    Life Long Learning Active Member

    If you look at Excelsior's Colleges annual fact sheet its 50% nurses, 40% military, and 10% others of a large student body.

    What do you teach?

  2. RFValve

    RFValve Well-Known Member

    Computers and Business Math. My original degrees were in different areas so the BS helps to get more work.
  3. Life Long Learning

    Life Long Learning Active Member

    I thinks its neat that you teach at the community college. As an university business professor stated in a radio show last year its the only level in the US that even tries to be job relevant.

  4. bceagles

    bceagles Member

    Same as my signature line, per my transcripts.
  5. bceagles

    bceagles Member

    This migh be pushing it a bit. I would assume (yeah, I know) that the proper way to write your degree on a resume would be:

    Excelsior College, Bachelor of Science, Liberal Arts, Administration & Management Studies

    My transcript breaks it out as follows:

    Degree: Bachelor of Science

    Program: Liberal Arts

    Focus Area: Admin/MGMT Studies
  6. Life Long Learning

    Life Long Learning Active Member

    That may be a Canadian way?

    Most professional CV's or Resume's here put degree first and name of College after. Most CV's is even one line.

    Thanks for sharing the EC Transcript break. That is useful to know. How hard was it to get what area of focus you wanted listed?

  7. bceagles

    bceagles Member

    I didn't choose it, I think it just worked out that the courses/exams I completed gave me an Admin/MGMT Studies focus.

    The BSLA at the time (I'm not sure if the rules are the same now) was so flexible that you could easily plug together a bunch upper and lower level exams and you got what you got. At least in my case.

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