September 26, 2008, Newsletter Issue #78: Knowing What Degree For Which You Qualify

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It is important to note that even though online programs tend to move faster and are sometimes easier to enter, there are still regulations and expectations in terms of your former education that will be considered. For example, you may have a high school diploma, but long to obtain a masters degree in criminal justice online. If that is the case, you will have to first obtain a bachelors degree from an online accredited program in the field before you qualify for entry into a masters program. The same will be true if you want a PhD. It will first be necessary to obtain a masters degree before you can be considered for a PhD program. Sometimes, you can be accepted to a joint masters/PhD program.

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