Earning A Teaching Degree Online vs. Traditional Classroom

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Is an online degree a second class degree?

Earning A Teaching Degree Online vs. Traditional Classroom

The Internet is changing the world everyday. Students take classes from professors half way around the world and events that were only on the pages of newspapers are now at our fingertips to see.

Colleges and universities are taking advantage of the Internet's wealth of possibilities by offering classes and online degrees. Penn State, Tulane University, and Villanova University are just a few of the universities offering online degrees to those who need more flexible class schedules. But are online degrees as valuable as a traditional degree?

“Academically, online degrees are equally rigorous, and in many cases more difficult than traditional programs,” explains S. Lee Beaumont, Director of Administrative Affairs, Distance Learning & Graduate Studies, Liberty University. “The bottom line is regardless of how your classes are delivered, the benefit a student receives from his/her education is based on how much effort a student puts into his/her studies.”

   

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