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Return to college

By ChrisArrowood ·
I currently have an AAS in Comp Sci and really am getting tired of the Desktop Support game. It seems I never really get past doing that with any company. I want to go back to school for Web Design, but it will need to be online classes. Is there any credible online degree programs? UoP, ITT and Devry all seem wishy-washy to me. How credible are these degrees? My local school offers an AAS in Web Design, but an Associates is really not worth much now. Any advice or help would be most excellent.

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You'd be surprised

by NotSoChiGuy In reply to Return to college

Lot's of brick-and-mortar schools offer online programs to better attract working adult students.

I'm currently attending an online Master's program via DePaul (which has an extensive selection of distance learning programs in the Comp Sci arena for both undergrad and grad students... is their site). So far, I've been quite happy with the educational experience.

If there is a school you've always wanted to attend, I'd encourage you to check out their website, and look around to see if you can find a program that suits your needs.

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Online web dev degree

by wookieshaver In reply to Return to college

I can't not recommend my current school Champlain. They do have on online web dev degree.

I'm going for my Computer Forensics and Digital Investigations degree at this college currently and love it! Even the core courses are engagingly taught online, imho.

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Two-year-old zombie. No text.

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Online web dev degree

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