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Old 3 March 2015, 20:08
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That route is a lot more writing intensive, and required participation online in fora and discussions. I didn't enjoy it much, but it did mean I could get it done in the wee hours when I had time.
I did my undergrad through Ashford University's online program, and I loved it. Each class is only five weeks long, but the upside is that you only have to take on class at a time (the downside is that you have to write a 12 - 15 page research paper every five weeks). Over a calendar semester, it's still a full load, so the GI Bill covers tuition with no problems. They also have a great veteran's program that took care of the costs of all my books, which was really helpful when it came time to pay back my student loans.
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