Accelerated Business Degree, Low Priced Accelerated Mster's Degrees ?
Q: I've added the beginnings of the links to value priced distance learning master degrees and good meta link sites. Some of these may be well known to some: others not. Sheffield Hallam University, UK, offers the MA in Imperialism and Culture. Pure self indulgence perhaps, but accessible to most at a snip under $3000 complete. M.Ed. from USQ at $3600 is fairly well known. The crop of LLM degrees from Northumbria University at Newcastle, UK, at $4500 including all books, perhaps less so - no JD or LLB required, and campus visits are optional. The US $4000 M.Ed.in Educational Computing from the University of South Australia requires just four (4) courses. Also the iCDL site, a well designed comprehensive database of UK DL offerings for those interested but who may not be aware of it. The GoodGuides, of course . . .
A:Small part of the Master's section in the BA in 4 Weeks web site is now operating. Among the programs featured are: . A UK MA for under $3000 - materials included . A Master's in Accounting for under $6000 . A real LLM with no need of JD for $4500 inclusive of all study materials. . A real M.Ed. in 4 courses for $4000 . A real MBA for well under $6K inclusive of all study materials . A real MS in IT for $7K inclusive of most study materials At these low prices the cost of books can comprise a significant proportion of total costs (typically, another $2000 above program tuition costs) and so the "inclusive" bit can become an important consideration for those on a tight budget. Note that all degrees detailed in the BA in 4 Weeks manuals or otherwise recommended in the web pages are conferred by US regionally accredited institutions or the foreign equivalent of US regionally accredited institutions. BA in 4 Weeks is a non commercial resource for adult learners. Several of these are 'conversion' degrees and are simply undergraduate modules repackaged e.g. the Masters in Accounting is actually a masters of Professional Accounting so it isn't even a MAcc - and it is a qualifying degree for professional registration membership. Its subjects are not masters topics, master level content, or master level assessments. Be aware before you buy - are you after a parchment or a quality masters degree?
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