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Though the Stephen F. Austin State University isn't among the largest schools in the nation, it nonetheless aims to offer the same opportunities and conveniences that other major state schools offer. This includes online education, as Stephen F. Austin State University provides students with options to earn a degree completely online. For students who for one reason or another cannot make it to campus, this can mean the difference between getting a college degree and attempting to enter the workforce without one. Stephen F. Austin State University currently two online degrees: one graduate and one undergraduate. The undergraduate degree is a Bachelor of Science in Child Development and Family Living online degree completion program, while the graduate degree is a Master of Education in Early Childhood. Tuition costs for these two online education-based programs are discounted for Texas residents, even though they will not attend on campus. Financial aid is available through the FAFSA. Since the undergraduate program is a degree completion program, students must possess an associate's degree in Child Development and Family Living or equivalent to qualify for admissions. Some work experience and academic requirements may apply for both programs.

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$ 8,266/yr

Stephen F. Austin State University, Online
In-state tuition: $ 8,266
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With a recent consolidation with the Georgia Health Sciences University, you can bet that Augusta State University will be the place for Georgia students to go for solid academics and strong career preparation. But what if you can't attend classes on campus? If your interest is in graduate studies in education, there's not need to worry: Augusta State University now offers a graduate degree fully online, allowing you to earn your master's degree completely from home. The program is a Master of Education in Educational Leadership, providing academics that prepare students for a career in educational administration and supervisory positions. Coursework for this program can be completed in as little as one year. The program offers two start dates throughout the year, usually in summer and fall semesters. Admissions require GRE or MAT scores (with minimum score requirements), transcripts and at least a 2.5 undergrad GPA. Students in need of financial aid may apply through the FAFSA for federal sources. The ASU Financial Aid Office may assist you with the application process and help you find qualifying methods to cover tuition costs.

Augusta State College, Online
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American National University promotes a progressive learning format, so as you earn a diploma or associate’s degree, you can immediately use your training to advance your career as you continue your education in a growing number of fields at the bachelor’s and graduate levels – in high-demand areas such as information technology, network security, health sciences and business administration and management. What ANU Can Do for You American National University prides itself on providing quality instruction for students who are ready to take charge of their futures. Since 1886, we have been training and supporting people as they work to achieve their career goals. Consider what we can to do to help you become a more marketable professional. Why Students Choose American National University 1. Convenience and Flexibility Day and evening course schedules to fit your life. 2. Small Class Size Allowing for one-on-one interaction with your instructors. 3. Industry-Experienced Instructors Who will guide and mentor you throughout your program. 4. Career Services Helping with career advice and resources needed for today’s job search environment. 5. Refresher Courses Available to All Our Graduates Keeping skills in your field of study sharp and current at no additional tuition cost. The Online Campus of American National University is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award master’s degrees, bachelor’s degrees, associate’s degrees, and diplomas. The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools, founded in 1912, is listed as a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the United States Department of Education. Its accreditation of degree-granting institutions is also recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. Consumer Disclosures Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA): Retention Data: Educational Outcome Information: Annual security reports (Crime Awareness and Security): Graduation/completion rate information: Student Body Diversity: Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Review: