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Online bachelor’s degrees are becoming a popular way for students to earn undergraduate degrees. These online programs are designed for individuals who do not have the time or opportunity to attend as full-time, on-campus students and graduates of online bachelor’s degree programs earn the same credentials as traditional students. Online bachelor’s degrees may also be more affordable and may be self-paced, giving students even more flexibility for their studies.

Online bachelor’s degrees are a convenient way to earn an undergraduate degree if you have work or family commitments that do not allow you to study on-campus. Online degree programs are offered by many universities as well as online education providers, and students in online courses work closely with university and college professors using state-of-the-art e-learning technology.

With online bachelor’s degree programs in nearly every subject imaginable, choosing a field of study may seem overwhelming. Do not let that stop you! Start your search with the most popular online bachelor’s listed below.

Newly Added Programs

Post University
USA, Waterbury + 1 More
The University of Zambia ECAMPUS
Zambia, Lusaka + 1 More
REGENT Business School
South Africa, Durban + 8 More
Valahia University of Targoviste
Romania, Târgoviște
LAB University of Applied Sciences
Loyola University New Orleans Online
USA, New Orleans
IUBH University of Applied Sciences – Online
Germany, Bad Honnef
Ave Maria University
USA, Ave Maria
British Columbia Institute Of Technology BCIT
Canada, Burnaby
Southern Oregon University Online
USA, Ashland
Graceland University C.H. Sandage School of Business
USA, Lamoni
Colorado State University Online
USA, Fort Collins

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April 1, 2020

Online learning offers students the opportunity to work from the comfort of their bedrooms, on their couches, and in their living rooms. The rise of online learning classrooms and attending lectures virtually has only increased during this unprecedented time -- one of the main effects of COVID-19 for students in colleges and universities around the world. As classrooms shift to virtual platforms you might be tempted to stay in your pajamas all day, to never turn on your shower again. However, as students still enrolled in classes, which are still meeting online, you’ll need to show up and demonstrate to your professors that you are present, paying attention, and participating. There are some definite do’s and don’ts for students in the virtual classroom. Here are some reminders of how to b ...

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