Rasmussen vs. University of Phoenix?

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Asked at 2012-08-29 20:23:14
I'm trying to decide which school to go with out of these two . I made an investigation now while stunned my mind! I have 25 years old, married , works full time , and have completed the FAFSA and only qualify for loans . I have an associate degree in accounting and a community college credits would transfer to get my degree in accounting . I prefer online classes . I tried both online and in class formation and prefer the line. By the way , I would have to pay for school and I 'm a normal average person paid . Any suggestions ? Thank you !
Answer1cool katAnswered at 2012-09-04 01:12:03
I would really like to stay away from for-profit schools like U of Phoenix and Rasmussen , because some employers actually * violently * dislike those schools , so much so that watch them on your resume will make you put your resume in the circular file (read junk ) . Because of its partners is an accredited university , rather you get your bachelors from a reputable traditional brick and mortar college - which also offers online courses . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Southern New Hampshire U offers an online degree in accounting : MedlinePlus http://www.snhu.edu/244.asp < / a> MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Other traditional universities that offer online degree in accounting include Regis U , U Liberty ( although it is linked to a specific Christian group , so you'd be comfortable with that before signing ) , U Benedictine , and Upper U. Iowa MedlinePlus MedlinePlus In general, you will find online degrees to be more expensive than going to school on the local state university .
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