Tempe, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/06/2012 -- According to a 2011 study, more than six million students—nearly a third of total enrollment at post-secondary schools—were taking at least one of their courses online. For students who are more interested in earning a degree than participating in the traditional campus experience, online degrees offer a great and often very flexible way to earn a diploma.
As a result, colleges and universities around the country have added more online classes to their schedules, which has resulted in many students who otherwise wouldn’t be able to attend college finding an online university that will help them achieve their educational dreams.
For many aspiring college students, however, knowing which schools are best and which offer the best online degrees can be a time-consuming process. And for busy people, who are already juggling work, family and other responsibilities, extra time is something they do not have.
A website has been creating quite a buzz lately for its in-depth and helpful array of information on everything related to online degree programs.
Intelicus was created with the busy student in mind, who needs an easy-to-use and free resource to learn all that is needed to know about why an online university program is such an attractive option, and which types of degrees can typically be pursued there.
Interested students are welcome to browse through the free website to learn more about their educational options; for example, clicking on “Online Degrees” at the top of the site will bring them to a page devoted to these programs.
In addition to detailed descriptions of many of the online degree programs that are currently available, the right hand side of the page lists dozens of popular degrees, nursing programs, MBA degrees, education degrees and more, all of which have one thing in common—they are all available online.
For example, an article about online criminal justice and criminology degrees advises students about which type of online degree they may wish to earn.
“In the realm of criminal justice degrees, there is not one degree that is necessarily better than the other. It all depends on what it is that you want you want to learn about and what path in the industry that you want to embark upon,” the article noted, adding that as a bonus, the majority of these degrees are available to be pursued online.
Intelicus is a website that is devoted to helping prospective students learn all they need to know about online degree programs. The site features educational articles, tips and advice about schools, degree programs, and much more. A comprehensive list of available online degrees helps students narrow down their choices of programs.
For more information, please visit http://www.intelicus.com/onlinelearning/degrees-certificates/