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Weather it’s for educational purposes, to get your dream job or to advance in your current position and earn more, obtaining a formal certificate or getting a higher degree is a worthwhile goal.What stops most people from achieving this goal than? Well some of us have family responsibilities, others are deterred by the costs involved with higher education and some are just not sure how to approach the subject (What degree should I pursue? Should I study on campus or offline? etc.)

Whatever your reason may be for considering to further your education, you will be glad to hear that now more than ever, higher education is widely available to most people. With the emergence of online education many people these days are more inclined and able to pursue a college degree.Online education provides flexible classes schedule a variety of programs (Business, Criminal Justice, Arts, Nursing to name a few),and many f financial aid, grants and scholarships options. It is no wonder than that so many people from different ages and demographics are pursuing a college degree.

For many people the main drive to get a degree is financial, higher education= Better salary. According to the bureau of labor statistics, median weekly pay per degree level supports that assumption:

Professional Degree- $1735

Doctoral Degree-$1624

Master’s Degree- $1300

Bachelor’s Degree- $1066

Associate’s Degree- $785

Some college/no degree-$727

High School Diploma-$652

Less than a High School Diploma- $471

So we can see that higher education will most likely yield higher paying jobs. The majority of colleges and universities offer the following degrees:

• Bachelor’s Degree (Bachelor of Art or Bachelor of Science)
• Master’s Degree (Mast of Art or Master of Science)
• Doctorate Degree

An associate degree (awarded mainly by two year institutions such as community colleges) has gained popularity in recent years as it is fairly easy to attain, it provides good pre-professional coursework and can smooth your way in towards completing your bachelor’s degree.

So how do you get started?

First of all, if you made the decision to pursue a higher degree, you need to ask yourself and answer the following questions:

What will you gain upon the completion of the degree (a better job/pay, a different job, self accomplishment etc.)?

Is online program what suits my needs best or maybe a mixture of online and on campus classes?

How long will it take me to complete my degree?

Is financial aid available for me?

You can find answers to these questions on our blog section.

By contacting one of the schools here (fill out a simple form and you will get a free call back from a college adviser).

Or by calling 877-259-2835/877-851-2209 

We hope to help you, the motivated student to achieve your educational goal! Please feel free to share and like this page.

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