Your advice pls on choice of online Bsc Degree

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by jackrussell, Aug 13, 2009.

  1. jackrussell

    jackrussell Member

    Deeply appreciated! One thing I realized about this forum is that there are no lack of experienced and knowledgeable members that are willing to share their knowledge! WMNU looks perfect! I won't want to take too many courses I guess as I am also getting a PhD degree. I will be asking a lot of questions on that too again on this forum :) Thanks in Advance!
  2. jackrussell

    jackrussell Member

    I am veering way off course. Ed. D from Aspen University looks just the program for me. The course contents is a perfect fit for my career. But being on the Internet long enough, I am quite wary, when something is too good to be true, it normally isn't. Anything I should be wary of Aspen? I do know it is DETC which seems to be less preferred than RA.
  3. Malajac

    Malajac Member

    BSc Business Administration with Royal Holloway as lead college does not seem to have a Graduate Entry Route, but the BSc Business with LSE does (and a number of other LSE business and economics related bachelor's), so 9 instead of full 12 modules and minimum 2 years to complete.

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