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Is Online College Right For You?

By Christen

In today’s competitive job market, having a college degree is undoubtedly an advantage. Countless studies show that those with degrees on average make more money and face lower unemployment than those with only high school diplomas. However, in the current economy, competition, cost and convenience are major concerns for anyone interested in getting an education. Online universities are gaining momentum and recognition, as they are often much cheaper and more accommodating to students with busy schedules. With these programs becoming increasingly popular, many online universities are offering a wide range of classes and degrees, from associates to doctoral. Even acclaimed schools, like Boston University, are now offering programs online. BU has over 11 online masters and doctoral degree programs that are offered throughout the year for adults seeking post-graduate education.

There are many advantages to distance learning that accommodate a wide variety of students. Students that do not learn well in lecture settings are taught in written form, with complete course notes available to them online. Shy students can put their anxieties to rest, never having to worry about making mistakes in front of large classrooms again. More so, students attending traditional offline colleges that don’t offer particular courses can take those courses online at other universities, and in most cases, transfer those credits toward their degree at a fraction of the offline price. Likewise, there is not as much competition for online universities, as classes are able to accommodate many more students.

Distance learning, despite its great advantages, has its downsides too. A student taking an online class must be somewhat technologically savvy. Since online education caters to students with different schedules, some online classes lack the structure used in many traditional college degree programs. To succeed in these classes, students must have good time management and organizational skills, keeping track of when assignments and tests are due. Online, students often do not have access to resources like campus libraries and labs that those attending campus classes do. Some students feel isolated while taking online classes, and do not get the benefit of learning from their peers. Good candidates for online colleges include those who are willing to take charge of their learning, are motivated to stay on task, and are not overwhelmed or daunted by the lack of structure and study groups.

For the universities, online classes are becoming increasingly attractive as well. Offering courses off-campus eliminates capacity and space issues, as physical classrooms are no long necessary. As a result, universities are able to educate many more students without overextending themselves. Some professors are able to take on extra online classes, as curriculum can be written and scheduled before the semester begins. As competition between universities gets tougher, many more will certainly jump on the online education trend. Some experts believe that in the future, higher education institutions will have to offer online courses to stay competitive.

Is online college for you? Let us know in the comments below.