How to get an online degree
These days, it seems like everyone is busier. Whether you’re a single parent caring for your children or you work long hours, going back to school can seem impossible. But what if you want to better yourself to qualify for that new position at work? Or begin a new job entirely? You need a degree program that will fit into your hectic lifestyle.
And as the world turns faster and we dive further into the digital age, an online degree program may offer you exactly what you may need – more convenience. You can complete your coursework, anywhere you want. But that’s not the only benefit of online learning. If you live in an area that’s far away from any colleges, you can still access a plethora of degree programs online without having to worry about the commute. In fact, you won’t have to commute at all. Now more than ever, employers are accepting online degrees from accredited programs, especially from nonprofits.
At Remington College, we understand the schedule constraints of those seeking to better themselves and improve their education, which is why convenience and accessibility are two of our top priorities.
Remington College is an accredited nonprofit that offers students a multitude of diploma and degree training programs. Remington College Online is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education. Whether you want to develop a new personal or professional skill, continue your education or enter a new occupational field, Remington College may be able to help you achieve your goals.1
We are proud to offer online diploma programs, online associate degrees, online bachelor’s degrees, and even an online master’s degree through Remington College Online. With us, you can study Medical Office Administration, Health Information Technology, Paralegal, Criminal Justice or Organizational Management, earning an online degree from home or in your free time.
In addition to these programs, Remington College offers over a hundred affordable online continuing education courses, from design and business certifications to health and trades courses, that can help you cultivate new skills employers value.1, 3 These courses are open to the public, and students can decide if they want self-paced courses or instructor-led courses.
Along with our online programs, Remington College has 14 locations throughout the U.S. that offer job training programs. Some of our classes utilize a hybrid structure that contains online coursework with occasional labs on campus. This is just another option for busy working professionals and parents.
We know your schedule is demanding, but an online career training program may help you land employment opportunities you never believed were possible.1 By earning an online degree, you can open yourself up to success.
1 Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates.
2 Program completion time may vary based on individual performance/circumstance and course availability. Not all courses are offered each term.
3 Online Continuing Education Courses are not included in the scope of Remington College’s ACCSC institutional accreditation.
- Benefits of learning online
- What employers think of online degrees
- Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)