All Across the Country: A US College Search

Services and the service industry are becoming the main driver of the American economy, overshadowing and surpassing the industries that the country was founded upon such as manufacturing and farming. These service-leaning trends mean that more education is required for employees to be successful in obtaining employment within the American labor markets from here on out. Reading some literature on the economy, and the movement of it indicates the need for education and should convince more people to do a US College Search for higher learning, and certainly graduate high school.

What to Base Your Decision On

There are a number of factors that should influence a reasonable person's college decision. The main distinction to choose between initially is attending a brick and mortar institution or an online college. Both sources of education are credible and certified by national agencies which ensure the quality of education is up to par of industry standards. Deciding which one to choose largely depends on your current priorities and life situation. If you need to earn a steady income while being in school to support a family, than online school is certainly the way to go due to the flexibility it offers. If you want the traditional social experience of a brick and mortar college, than by all means, attend that type of institution. Another thing to consider is that online schools are cheaper than traditional ones since they don't need to support the infrastructure required for a brick and mortar institution. Once you decide which one to attend, it is important to consider other factors about each type of school in your US college search.

Online Schools

Since you learn from the comfort of your own home and at your own pace/leisure, location and social settings are not aspects which can be considered when choosing an online college. You should read up on their accreditation, and some reviews of the school. Try calling some companies in the field you're interested in pursuing and asking them how they regard a degree from the online colleges you are choosing.

Traditional Universities

With schools that have campuses, there are more factors to consider besides simply their academic quality. It is important to feel comfortable with the people attending the school, the social life in the community, and the denseness of the school (urban,rural,suburban). When performing a US college search, you must keep all these things in mind throughout the process.

Online Schools (31)

Below please find www.ValueOfADegree.com's list of accredited Online Colleges. Click on the school of your choice and fill out the form to request free information.

University of Phoenix Online Program offerings:
  • Accounting (Master's degree)
  • Accounting (Associate Degree)
  • Accounting and Business/Management (Master's degree)
  • Accounting and Business/Management (Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years)
  • Accounting and Business/Management (Bachelor's degree)
Strayer University Program offerings:
  • Accounting Concentration (Bachelor's degree)
  • Accounting Concentration (Bachelor's degree)
  • Accounting Emphasis (Post-master's certificate)
  • Accounting Information Systems Concentration (Master's degree)
  • Accounting Information Systems Emphasis (Post-master's certificate)
Kaplan University Online Program offerings:
  • AAS in Accounting (Associate Degree)
  • AAS in Business Administration (Associate Degree)
  • AAS in Criminal Justice (Associate Degree)
  • AAS in Fire Science (Associate Degree)
  • AAS in Fire Science (Associate Degree)
  • Advertising (Bachelor's degree)
  • Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects (Bachelor's degree)
  • Apparel and Accessories Marketing Operations (Bachelor's degree)
  • Commercial Photography (Bachelor's degree)
  • Computer Graphics (Bachelor's degree)
Walden University Program offerings:
  • Accounting and Business/Management (Doctor's degree)
  • Accounting and Business/Management (Master's degree)
  • Adult and Continuing Education Administration (Doctor's degree)
  • Business Administration and Management, General (Bachelor's degree)
  • Business Administration and Management, General (Doctor's degree)
  • Accounting (Bachelor's degree)
  • Accounting (Associate Degree)
  • Accounting and Business/Management (Master's degree)
  • Accounting and Finance (Bachelor's degree)
  • Accounting and Finance (Master's degree)
  • Advertising (Bachelor's degree)
  • Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects (Bachelor's degree)
  • Fashion Merchandising (Bachelor's degree)
  • Graphic Design (Associate Degree)
  • Graphic Design (Bachelor's degree)
  • Business Administration and Management, General (Bachelor's degree)
  • Business Administration and Management, General (Master's degree)
  • Business Administration and Management, General (Associate Degree)
  • Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration (Bachelor's degree)
  • Design and Visual Communications, General (Bachelor's degree)
  • Accounting (Associate Degree)
  • Accounting (Bachelor's degree)
  • Accounting (Master's degree)
  • Accounting & Finance (Master's degree)
  • Applied Psychology (Master's degree)
  • Business Administration and Management, General (Associate Degree)
  • Business Administration and Management, General (Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years)
  • Construction Management (Associate Degree)
  • Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration (Associate Degree)
  • Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General (Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years)