Career with Online Degrees
In 2009, the Sloan Consortium found that more than one in four college students were taking at least one course online and the number of students enrolled in online courses keeps on rapidly increasing by thousands every year. Career with Online Degrees aims to serve as a comprehensive resource for these online students. Here at COD we provide you all the information, tools and resources available to help you make a successful career with online degrees.
Are you a single mom who wants to go back to college? Or a mid-career professional who wants to get out of a stagnant career? Or are you simply a student who needs to support a family while you study? Then an online degree is the answer to your prayers. A few years ago people did not have the luxury of getting an education from the comfort of their own home, unless, of course, you go way back in time when tutors used to frequent aristocratic homes.
Getting an online degree is just the first step. You have gone through hours of self-study, working your family and work schedule around your study time and interacted virtually with tons of people from around the world. You have learnt a lot about your discipline of choice, but also a lot about time management, research and relying on your own self.
The field of Criminal Justice is expected to grow by 10% through 2018. Most federal, state and corporate level jobs require at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, and one of the best ways to meet these educational requirements is through an online degree.
Actuaries are business professionals who deal with the risks and uncertainty involved in finances. They are experts who provide assistance to financial security systems, individuals as well as companies by focusing on complex mathematical tools and their mechanisms.