Distance education can be an excellent way to earn a master's degree while attending college part-time. In some colleges a majority of master's program students are part-time, taking classes when they have time and money. Other students are full-time and take the accelerated learning route.
Accelerated learning puts a master's degree in your hands in as little as 12 months. Take one online course after another until the degree is finished. You reach your goals much faster than traditional programs while still maintaining your home, family, and job.
Most online students are working a full-time job and many have children. Accelerated learning programs give these students flexibility to earn a master's degree in far less time than two years, and distance education programs let students earn degrees from top ranked schools no matter where they live. It's possible to complete almost any type of master's degree online, so don't ignore the opportunity to go to grad school just because you're busy
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