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Distance Learning Associate Degree

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So you’ve been looking at schools lately. You know you want to go. You know you need to go. But where? And more importantly, how do you find the time? If you’re struggling with making time for school, a distance learning Associate degree may be an option to explore.

Many schools today offer distance learning as a viable education option. This option caters not only to adults already in the workforce, but also to high school graduates who, for one reason or another, would prefer not to go into the classroom. Beginning any type of schooling can be scary; especially if you don’t know exactly which direction you want to go in. With an Associate degree, you can stop worrying and start learning. You can take your basic undergraduate courses, and decide later what your major will be, should you choose to go on and obtain your Bachelor’s Degree. If you already know your major, you can major specifically and qualify yourself for industry-specific positions sooner.

The pros of distance learning Associate degrees are many. First, you don’t have to worry about a commute or getting to school “on time.” You can complete your coursework on your own time and at your own paste (meeting deadlines of course). This often takes the fear out of education for apprehensive students. Getting a distance learning Associate degree also allows the student to continue working full time if needed, without disrupting his or her work schedule. This can be a large benefit to someone who needs to pay the bills or support a family. In fact, it can often be a deciding factor whether someone is able to go to school or not. Because of this, a distance learning Associate degree has become a popular choice among recent high school graduates and working adults alike.

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