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These 20 community colleges across are offering some truly unique (and affordable) training programs that will help you break out of the box.
There's good news for people who want to add Harvard to their resume. That ivy league institution is making it easier than ever to gain access to their educational offerings through a variety of online programs.
So that begs the question of whether you can you get an online degree from Harvard. For now, the answer is no, you can't get a degree purely through online learning. However, you may be able to get a degree through a mix of online and in-person educational offerings. You can also earn professional certificates through various online learning programs without having to step foot on campus. That means that you can add "Harvard" to your CV without matriculating in a degree program.
If you're considering taking online classes to further your education, no doubt the University of Phoenix has come up in your searches over and over again. Thanks to extensive advertising, it's one of the most well-known online colleges in the United States.
But is the University of Phoenix a good school? "Good" means different things to different people and online reviews are mixed. However, we can tell you that University of Phoenix carries the same regional accreditations that brick-and-mortar schools do, so you can consider it a legit school.
If you’ve ever dreamed of taking classes at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), your dream just got a lot easier to achieve.
In an effort to foster innovation and reach more students, MIT has begun offering several programs of study online. While you can’t earn a degree solely from online coursework, you can earn the MITx MicroMaster’s credential, which allows you to enter an accelerated program to earn your master’s degree on-campus at MIT or at other participating schools.