It is no secret that more education and skills can help you find a better job. There is a proven correlation between the level of education and income.

  • Worker’s with a university degree statistically stand to earn almost double the income of those with only a high school education (source: U.S. Census bureau, current population reports, 2001)

One of the most common obstacles to improving one’s education has always been a lack of time. Let’s face it, we all have very busy lives and more people are finding that there are just not enough hours in the day. An online college degree may not be an instant solution to your time constraints, but the fact that it is a flexible format may help. Everyone has different study habits, but to successfully complete your degree you can expect to spend about 4-6 hours a week per class.

You can pace yourself.

You may know in advance which time of year is busy for you and maybe reduce the number of classes you enrol in, and do the opposite when things slow down. If this sounds good to you, then maybe an online college degree is a perfect fit.

  • You can earn your degree while you continue to earn a living.
  • You can study on your own schedule while keeping room open for your work and family.
  • Access the course materials at your convenience.
  • Complete your studies from home.
  • No commuting to and from campus will save you time.