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GreatDegree.com is here to help you with your educational needs and questions. Whether you're looking for a specific program or you're still trying to decide if online learning is right for you, GreatDegree will help you find the answers you're looking for. Please feel free to contact us with any of your questions or comments.

At GreatDegree, you can:  

Browse online and traditional colleges and universities offering distance learning.

Get information about online degree programs in your areas of interest such as business, nursing, or criminal justice.

Find and enroll in career training or academic online courses.

Read articles and tips on distance learning basics, balancing work and study, and paying for college.

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Online Degrees and Degree Programs

Are all of the online degrees 100% online?

At GreatDegree.com, we list all degree programs: 100% online, 100% offline, and hybrid (programs with online and on-campus requirements). To determine whether the program you are interested in is online, please check the degree's profile page. After the school description on the page, there will be a sentence indicating whether the program is online.

 

Online Courses

Are all of the online courses 100% online?

Yes, every class listed at GreatDegree.com is 100% online.

Can I complete an online college credit course in less than 6 months?

Yes, the online college credit courses are self-paced; students can work as quickly as they'd like or they can take their time.

I'm interested in the online college credit courses. How will I know if my school will accept these credits?

Most schools will allow you to transfer these credits. Your college or university will accept credits from the online courses if it recognizes recommendations from the American Council on Education (ACE), the major coordinating body for all the United States' higher education institutions. Please see the list of colleges and universities in the ACE network and look for your school. If it is there, then your college will most likely accept the credits. If your school is not there, please contact a representative of your college and ask him/her specifically.