Business Administration Degree ?
Q: I started taking classes for my BA degree about one year and a half
ago and since I am a full time mom and full time employee I am only
taking 2 classes at a time. It feels like if I will be going to
school for-ever. If anyone is doing the same thing or is already
finish, please let me know how long it took you to finish?
A:There are a number of alternatives. My wife is signing up for something that allows her to go to school full time, but she only has to go to school one night a week. I took a sociology once that only required me to attend three classes and take two tests. (Lectures were broadcast on the local public TV station. I just recorded the lectures and watched them whenever.) In addition, you can knock *years* off your schedule by taking the CCLP exams. In answer to your question, there are probably some people, somewhere, taking two classes at a time, and it will take them many years to finish their education. (And there is nothing wrong with that.) However, if what you want is to obtain a degree in a *reasonably* short period of time, you need to take look a better look at your options. By the way, what state are you in? There are some interesting options in the state of California, but I'm not going to bring it up unless you live in I started on my BSBA degree about 2 and a half years ago with the University of Phoenix (online). I am just about finished with the core program and just need a couple of electives to wrap things up. I travel extensively, have 4 kids, 3 of them are teens, and couldn't fathom getting my degree "on campus." However, they are expensive, over $400 per credit hour. They are fully acredited and have several tuition assistance programs. I'm even using my GI Bill/VA Benefits. The classes run 5 weeks, with an optional 1 week break between them. You CAN double up, eliminate the break, or whatever works. But, these are not "bunny" courses. It takes a lot of discipline to fit it in to a I did a similar thing a few years ago when I decided to finish my B
A: At the time I had an Associate Degree in business and felt it would be worth going back to at least get the BA for employment purposes. I enrolled in an Adult Degree Program with a local university (Capital U. in Columbus, OH) that was geared towards working professionals. Each class met one or two evenings a week, but you were required to do a lot of independent study. You may be able to find something similar in your state. In the end it took me four years, including summer sessions, to finish the last two years of college. I can say, however, that it was worth it, both from the professional standpoint and the feeling I had after being able to accomplish so much in a relatively short amount of time.