Degree loopholes exposed
Online Degrees are the growing trend these days and is gaining more popularity in comparison to the "Traditional" degrees. The uniqueness of acquiring several high quality degrees online is cost-effective, convenient and comfortable. And it is the C3 factor that has hyped the online approach over the conventional approach. It is the advent of the internet that has changed things drastically from all walks of life. And now, it is even being counted as a resourceful educational phenomenon as well. With online institutes and universities there is absolutely no need to visit the campus, attend the lecture sessions or sit for examinations in order to get yourself recognized.
While this online degree acquisition may be a unique program for the people with limited time to spend upon school/ college work, there are some basic loopholes in this system as well. You join an online course for the first time, and you'll come across a number of technical difficulties. Keeping pace with the regular classes, following the session of each teacher, navigating the system, all this will take you sometime to get fully accustomed. And in any case if you fail to follow things, there are fair chances to be left behind and even to fail. Next is the question of credibility.
Although online degrees are being acknowledged by many of us these days, still there are people who feel degrees from accredited universities are better than those offered by the diploma mills. Now if you are a prospective e-shopper who is very much used to getting discounts and expects the same out of degrees offered online, then you are very badly mistaken. Costs for acquiring an online degree is likely to be a bit dearer than the ones that are offered in state funded colleges and schools. The last but not the least point to be considered is online programs may not be meant for students of all kind. But at times, these online courses and degrees do open up several avenues for individuals who want to gain a higher level of education that may not have been possible otherwise.
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